Marguerite Diane Empey, aka Dianne Webber was born on July 29, 1932 in Los Angeles, California. She was the daughter of writer/producer Arthur Guy Empey. The busty 5’ 2” goddess later became a two time Playboy Playmate of the Month (POM), first at the age of 24 in May, 1955 and then a year later in February, 1956. Two years later in a Playboy first… she became the first cover girl of the famed calendar in 1958.
The buxom, all natural brunette bombshell married Joe Webber in 1955. She later became an avid nudist, and was also a popular pin-up girl of the 50s and 60s that saw her appear on many covers of varying men’s magazines such as Frolic, Escapade, Monsieur, American Nudist, Tiger, Esquire, and more. She also was featured on the cover photos for the music albums "Sea of Dreams" by Nelson Riddle, "Jewels of the Sea" by Les Baxter, and Marty Paich's Jazz For Relaxation. Diane acted in a handful of films and TV shows as well including Hitchcock Presents and Peter Gunn.
Marguerite had eyes to get lost in, a drop dead gorgeous face that was rarely seen with make-up, and her smoking hot body could have easily been dismissed, except without clothes on most of the time being a nudist and all… that just wasn’t going to happen too frequently! She worked as a chorus girl at Bimbo’s in San Francisco while taking formal ballet training which turned into a lucrative career as a belly dancer and instructor from 1969 to 1980 at Every Woman's Village in Van Nuys, California. Her last movie role was coincidentally as a belly dance instructor in the film The Trial of Billy Jack in 1974.
Later she became immortalized in print with "The Wonderful Webbers" written by June Lange, which documented the Webber's nudist life style. In the 1980 Gay Talese book Thy Neighbor's Wife, the story tells of a man who carried Diane Webber's nude picture in his wallet for fifteen years as his masturbatory fantasy. Ummmmmmmmm – Heck yeah! Not only do we envision this classic tale, but may practice this fantasy our selves… for scientific purposes only of course. In 1975 Diane was found guilty in a postal obscenity case, but the verdict was later overturned. Most likely because this was her livelihood?!?! As the wise Homer Simpson would digress…Doh! Diane Webber died at age 76 from complications following surgery for cancer on August 19, 2008 in Los Angeles, California.