An entrepreneur with more than a decade of experience in the beauty and modeling industries, Divini Rae has gained international fame as a cover model for some of the world’s leading publications, including Playboy and Inside Sport magazine, as well as numerous fitness magazines.
Accomplished fitness model Divini Rae traveled worldwide for photo shoots and appearances with Playboy and other publications before settling in Los Angeles to start a family and pursue a career as a small business owner, beauty consultant, and wellness expert. A generous philanthropist, Divini Rae finds time around her demanding schedule to support and raise funds for several charitable groups, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the American Cancer Society.
Raised in a remote village in Alaska, Divini Rae graduated, with honors, a year early from high school and went on to study psychology and journalism at a college in Oregon. She moved to Sydney during her junior year and soon after began a career as a lingerie and swimwear model. Displaying an aptitude and passion for cosmetics, Divini Rae worked as a makeup artist around her modeling schedule. She also pursued a career as an actress, appearing in several Australian television programs and talk shows, including The Sports Betting Show, for which she interviewed professional athletes. While based in Australia, Divini Rae was also selected as a cover model for Inside Sport magazine, the country’s version of Sports Illustrated, and she launched her own magazine, SWAY (Sydney Will Amaze You), an insider’s guide to the capital city’s attractions, celebrities, and nightlife.
In 2003, Divini Rae achieved a major career milestone when she was chosen as a Playmate of the Month (November) by Playboy magazine. She went on to appear in several Playboy videos and Special Editions, and she traveled to Thailand, Turkey, Germany, Mexico, South Korea, and other countries appearing at press events for the media company. Presently, Divini Rae focuses on raising her daughter; running her companies, including DiviniFit; and developing new business ideas. She contributes to Healthy Food in Schools, WomenHeart, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Save the Children, and other nonprofit organizations.