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Artie said a few years ago he was a guest photographer for Playboy and his agent told him he could pick any playmate he wanted to shoot so he picked Walcott. Artie said Walcott might be his favorite Playmate of all time so he was really excited. Unfortunately, Walcott didn't share Artie's enthusiasm and turned down his request.
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