Did you know that Maygan Sensenberger is an up-and-coming actress? Yeah, neither did we, until Postmedia’s Marc Weisblott uncovered Candy Doll, a digital parody featuring the 24-year-old wife of former Liberal senator Rod Zimmer.
“Candy, the doll that satisfies all your needs, knows a dozen words and 150 sexual positions. She even knows how to count,” a voiceover tells us. Candy also knows how to play pool. “Me, I have the big ones. You have the small ones,” Sensenberger says in one scene. We counted – she says 30 words.
Sensenberger made headlines last year following a domestic dispute on a flight between Ottawa and Saskatoon. She later pleaded guilty to causing a disturbance on a plane and was given a one-year suspended sentence.
When she was arrested Aug. 23, 2012, after touching down from an Ottawa-to-Saskatoon Air Canada flight, Sensenberger was also charged with endangering the safety of an aircraft, which was later withdrawn.
Sensenberger, who has a previous drunk driving conviction stemming from a crash in her hometown of Collingwood, Ont., in 2008, admitted that alcohol might have been a factor and agreed to addictions treatments.
The aspiring actress made her debut as Grand Mother Serena Le Fey in 2012’s cringe worthy, First Ladies.
Zimmer stepped down earlier this month from the Red Chamber, reportedly over health concerns.
The 70-year-old senator was appointed to the upper chamber in 2005 by former Prime Minister Paul Martin.
Sensenberger will collect Zimmer’s pension until 2079, according to the Canadian Taxpayers' Federation. Assuming both of them live until the age of 90, Sensenberger stands to take home $532,568.
But until then, does Sensenberger have a future in Hollywood? Watch Candy Doll and vote in our poll.
-With files from Jessica Hume, Jessica Murphy and Lisa Mrazek