Sara Jean Underwood is currently a correspondent for Attack of the Show. She was previously a Playboy Playmate.
Sara participated in the 2011 American Ninja Warrior try-outs. She failed to pass even the first obstacle.
Sara is afriad of spiders.
Sara woorked for the Hooters restaurant chain in Beaverton, Oregon.
Sara had some small roles in films such as Miss March, The House Bunny and Epic Movie.
Sara graduated from Scappoose High School, Scappoose, OR in 2002.
Sara discovered model Ida Ljungqvist, who wasat the timeworking at a Bebe clothing boutique. Ida went on to become the Playmate of the Year in 2008, the year after Sara was the Playmate of the Year.
In 2007, students at Oregan State University put up a banner to celebrate the acheivement of alumni Sara Underwood being the 2007 Playmate of the Year. It was done in part to show how the university will showcase morally acceptable success of alumni but not those that might offend some. The banner was taken down shortly after being put up.
On her first modeling spread with Playboy, Sara wanted to have her highschool friend's, Derek Anderson, jersey number painted on her. His number was 14 which the photographer said would be too big for Sara's body and they went with the number 7.
Sara was featured on a Victory Poker advertising campaign, later she was offered a spot on their poker team.
Sara graduated from Oregon State University in 2002.
Sara was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Year for 2007.
Sara: (on whether she will be seeking out a film/tv career after college) No, I really only have done parts that have come to me because of my title. I never really planned on that being my full time career. I have had parts in House Bunny and Miss March that were fun and appeared on Girls Next Door a couple times. I am going to go back to school now to finish up my degree in Business Marketing. After I graduate I am not sure what I will do.
Sara: (on Hugh Hefner) He is an amazing person. He is super smart and hard working. He still gets up and works 5 days a week, despite him being in his 80s.
Sara: (on how she got started with Playboy) They were having the girls of PAC-10 try outs and I went over on a whim. I was just in school studying and never really thought I had what it takes to be in Playboy, much less Playmate of the ear. I ended up getting picked to be on the cover. Then I got chosen as playmate of the month in July 2006. About a year later I was picked as playmate of the year.
Sara: (on highschool friend and NFL player Derek Anderson) I don't think that I'm famous, so I have to say Derek. It's a lot of work trying to look good, but Derek, to me, is the real star.