Playboy Playmate IRINA VORONINA To Star In New MÖTLEY CRÜE Video

Wild Models, Inc. recently booked former Playboy Playmate Irina Voronina in a new music video for rock legends MÖTLEY CRÜE.

The stunning, statuesque, Russian-born Voronina is no newcomer to the spotlight, having been featured in commercial/print for such high-profile, recognizable brands as Michelob Ultra, Skyy Vodka, and Miller Light, as well as appearing in an extensive PR tour as the iconic St. Pauli Girl for the St. Pauli Brewery 2008 ad campaign.

Voronina has extensive film and television experience; appearing on the HBO hit series "Entourage", "Reno 911!: Miami", "MADtv", "Punk'd", "Epic Movie", "Saul of the Mole Men", and is currently filming "Svetlana". Her featured guest appearances on the talk show circuit include: "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", "Chelsea Lately", and "Howard Stern on Demand".


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