- PMOM: July 1982
- Pictorials: Playmate Review 1982, January 1983; Bloopers, Boners & F**k-Ups, January 1985
- Special Editions: Bathing Beauties, 1989; Blondes, Brunettes & Redheads, 1985; Book of Lingerie 5, 1989; Calendar Playmates, November 1992; Celebrating Centerfolds Vol. 5, 2000; Country Girls, 1987; Girls of Summer, 1983; Girls of Summer, 1984; Girls of Summer, 1990; Holiday Girls, 1987; Playmates - The Second 15 Years, 1984; Wet & Wild Women, 1987; Women - Sexy, Sassy & Sophisticated, October 1991; Women on the Move, 1988
- Cover: July 1982
- Calendars: 1984
- Movies: Evil Town (1977), American Pop (1981), Joysticks (1983), Private School (1983), Preppies (1984), Avenging Angel (1985), Malibu Express (1985), Wheels of Fire (1985), Real Genius (1985), Teen Wolf (1985), Touch and Go (1986), Imps* (2009)
- TV: R.S.V.P. (TV movie) (1984)
- Videos: Red Hot Rock (1984), Shape Up for Sensational Sex (1985)
- Born: May 30, 1963, Washington, DC
- Died: Dec. 16, 2012, Ramona, CA
Lynda Ann Wiesmeier was the daughter of an United States Air Force doctor. She traveled with her family throughout the United States and Germany before the family settled permanently in Los Angeles. She was working part-time as a receptionist in a doctor’s office when she was discovered by the magazine, though she was already working steadily as a bit-player actress and model. Her pictorial was titled Life with Lynda.
Following her pictorial, Lynda worked steadily for the magazine for more than five years, appearing in special editions and videos, and later as a promotional model and feature reporter for the Playboy Channel.
She also appeared in a number of movies.
She eventually drifted away from the movie business, got married, and had two children. She settled in Lafayette, LA, where she was a records manager in a law office. Following a divorce in 2004, Lynda left Louisiana, settling first in Encino, CA, then in Sherman Oaks, CA, and then in an unincorporated area within San Diego County.
From 2005-2006, Lynda appeared at various fan conventions, most notably Glamourcon as well as The Hollywood Collectors Show and Wondercon. After a year and a half hiatus, Lynda reappeared at Glamourcon 43 in May 2008.
Lynda was married and divorced twice. She had two children, a son and a daughter, from her first marriage.
Lynda died in December 2012 at age 49 due to a brain tumor.