Actually, I’d say I was kind of a jock – but I always wore a ton of makeup to the games.” Maggie started modeling young, doing print and catalogues, but it wasn’t until later that she struck out on her own.“My mom wouldn’t let me do it full time,” she says.After June and Louise’s childhood stardom on the vaudeville circuit thanks to their pushy mother who lives vicariously through their success, the once talented and enthusiastic June decides to step back from show business, contrary to her mother’s wishes.As the popularity of the vaudeville era fades, Louise, the quiet and reserved sister, lands a surprising role in a racy burlesque show set in Wichita, Kansas.
Playboy’s Miss August 2014 is Maggie May, a small-town girl from Wamego, Kansas who was raised in Wichita. She was already an established international model.And she was a finalist in the 2004 Sports Illustrated swimsuit competition and a star of the 2012 Sirens fashion summer campaign.Growing up in a place with not much to do, May was the definition of a tomboy.Then I saw the Kate Moss issue, and I thought, if she can do it, so can I! Photographer Josh Ryan shot her pictorial on location seaside, which was perfect for Maggie who is an avid lover of all things beach and sun.“My pictorial was a ‘Hamptons’ theme,” she told Playboy. I know it looks like the ocean, but we actually shot the boat scenes in a lake!