Sybil Danning

Playboy Celebrity, August 1983

Sybil Danning Bio

May 24, 1952 / Gemini / Age 72

Sybil Danning is an Austrian-born actress and model. She was born under the sign of Gemini on May 24, 1952 in Wels, Austria. Her birth name is Sybille Johanna Danninger. She is also known in the industry as Cybil Danning or Sybil Danning Lasse.

The renowned Sybil Danning graced as a featured Playboy Celebrity in August 1983. Her measurements are 35-24-35. Sybil Danning has natural breasts, sparkling blue eyes, and luminous blond hair.

Sybil's rise to fame was marked by her roles in a variety of films that captured the imagination of audiences worldwide. She became a familiar face in movies like "Malibu Express," "Battle Beyond the Stars," "Reform School Girls," and "Chained Heat." These appearances showcased her versatility as an actress and her ability to captivate audiences with both her talent and her striking looks.

In August 1983, Sybil's allure was immortalized in the pages of Playboy Magazine. Her nude pictorial, which also featured her on the cover, was a testament to her status as a sex symbol of the era. The spread highlighted not only her physical beauty but also her confidence and the bold persona that made her a standout in the film industry.

Featuring Sybil Danning in Playboy Magazine is a celebration of her unique blend of cinematic charisma and bold beauty. Her journey from genre films to becoming a Playboy model is a narrative of empowerment, versatility, and the timeless allure of a woman who defies the ordinary.

Sybil Danning Measurements

  • Height: 5'7 (170 cm)
  • Weight: 130 lb (59 kg)
  • Breast: 35 in (90 cm) / natural
  • Waist: 24 in (62 cm)
  • Hips: 35 in (90 cm)

Sybil Danning Details

  • Zodiac: Gemini
  • Ethnicity: caucasian
  • Hair color: blond
  • Eye color: blue
  • Tattoo: no
  • Piercing: no
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