LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Winter Ave Zoli (photos below) headlines Playboy Magazine’s March 2011 issue, discusses her hit series “Sons of Anarchy”, and explains to news how a career of bad girl roles is a stark contrast to her real life.
Winter Ave Zoli was born in the U.S. but was moved to Prague at age eleven. But she tells news this month, that by age thirteen, she was already determined to become a successful actress. By 19, she was back in New York and studying at David Mamet’s Atlantic Theater Company.
After roles in “The Oh in Ohio,” “The Pagan Queen” and “Hellboy” , she moved to the FX hit “Sons of Anarchy”. But she tells Playboy this month that her roles bare no resemblance to her real life. “I spend as much time as possible at my stable in the Hollywood Hills,” she tells Playboy “It keeps me sane.”
In related news, Lamar Odom heated up the same publication for this month’s issue. He tells Playboy that his relationship with Khloe Kardashian worked immediately since they both were interested in marriage. “Most people don’t want to get married. Being married, that’s a responsibility. I always used to tell that to women. I don’t want a girlfriend because that means I’ve got a responsibility. I have a responsibility to call you.”
Odom says responsibilities help a relationship. He says the two spend every free minute together. “I have a responsibility not to be with another woman. I have a responsibility to be there on time when you need me. With her I was like, If I do what I normally do, I’m going to lose her. And if I lose her, I think it’s going to hurt a lot. Right then and there I knew. We were together every day.”
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