Lesley Vickerage in Between the Lines
Angie Everhart in her prime
Dana Andersen in O.C. and Stiggs
Tiffany Helm in O.C. and Stiggs
Raven Dauda in an episode of "Bliss"
Beatie Edney in Highlander. She's still working, but I'm guessing
that things didn't turn out as she hoped they might when she got a
major role in Highlander at age 23 and had every fan-boy on the
planet drooling over her. I'll bet she spends the majority of her
time signing Highlander posters. Next year will be the 25th
anniversary of Highlander. Memento mori.
Roxanne Hart in Highlander. She's nearly 60 now, so her nude
scene days are over, but she was an important character in this
year's episodes of "Hung." She played the lonely, shy, wealthy
middle aged lady who thought she was paying for a gigolo - except
that the guy she was with had no idea he was being paid for, and was
in love with her to boot. It's a long story, more touching than
funny, so not really worth expanding.
Lucia Jimenez in Occhi di cristallo ("The Eyes of Crystal"; 2004).
It's one of those Italian flicks where the stars are from different
countries. This time the cast comes from Spain, Italy and (surprise)
Bulgaria. Lucia is Castillian. (Samples below)
Melissa Brasselle in a film unjustly ignored by the Oscar committee:
Lusty Busty Babeaque. (Samples below)
Isis Cabolet, Charlie Dagelet, and Anna Raadsveld in "Lelle Belle."
This is sort of a made-for-Dutch TV effort which aired on the
state-funded Dutch TV network despite some fairly explicit erotica.
What can ya say? The Dutch have their own way of looking at things.
Mariel Hemingway film festival from her mid-period, just after the
implants, but before the TV series:
Star 80 (1983),
The Mean Season (1985). (She got the implants after Personal Best,
before Star 80. Those two movies were filmed only months apart, but
with very different Mariel bodies.)
Elizabeth Berkley in Any Given Sunday
Natalie Britton in Perrier's Bounty