Lauren Hutton , a native of Charleston, SC, graduated with the Class of 1959 from Chamberlain High School in Tampa, FL. She was also one of the first students at the University of South Florida in Tampa, FL, but later transferred to Tulane University where she graduated with a BA in 1964. As an actress, Lauren, who at the time was modeling for the Ford Modeling Agency in NYC, and who also had been a spokesmodel for Revlon, made her film debut in the Paper Lion (1968), and she won interesting notices for her performances in James Toback’s The Gambler (1974), opposite James Caan. She played the wealthy adventurous adulteress in the American Gigolo (1980). Important roles in major films were relatively few, however, and her acting career slowly diminished during the 1980s, with most of her appearances being in minor European features or American films that fizzled at the box office, such as Lassiter (1985), Once Bitten (1985), and Guilty as Charged (1992). Hutton’s modeling career blossomed anew in the 1990s with a highly successful return, and then more acting offers following suit. Considerable media coverage as she approached the age of 50 highlighted her still exceptional, unashamed middle-aged beauty, her love of world travel and anthropology, and her mature, mellow attitude towards the trappings of fame. 1995 was a notable year for Hutton, since she was cast in the ensemble of the obscure CBS soap-opera Central Park West, playing the wealthy socialite Linda Fairchild; and also her late night talk show Lauren Hutton and … also debuted. The talk show was short-lived, but Hutton continued to work steadily, appearing in film roles and in the occasional assignment as a hostess.
In October 2005, at the age of 61, Hutton agreed to pose nude for Big magazine. “I want them (women) not to be ashamed of who they are when they’re in bed”, Hutton told ABC’s Good Morning America. Huttons’s travels have taken her often to Africa, where she enjoyed the beauty of that continent as well as its people. Lauren is now signed to IMG Models in New York City. She also serves as co-hostess, with Daphne Zuniga, of an infomercial for her “Lauren Hutton face disc” cosmetics. Also appearing is her friend, fellow veteran actress Beverly D’ Angelo.
Little Fauss and Big Halsy (1970)
Permette? Rocco Papaleo ( 1971)
Stunning vintage photo of Brigitte Bardot from 1973 – FIlm stills from “Don Juan”, super sexy nude embrace and kiss with actress Jane Birken, whom Bardot “ravishes’ in film. Photographer Leonard De Raemy.
Maud Adams is best known for playing the title role in the James Bond movie, “Octopussy”, she also appeared in a previous Bond flick, “The Man With the Golden Gun” and a subsequent one, “A View to a Kill.”
Danielle Lloyd is a British beauty queen. She’s won numerous titles, but losing one is what made her most famous. In the spirit of Vanessa L Williams and Katie Rees, Lloyd lost her Miss Great Britan crown after posing for Playboy Magazine. Most recently she can be seen in men’s magazines Nuts and Loaded. She is known for making a number of racist comments on Celebrity Big Brother.
Actress Rose McGowen was born in Florence, Italy to American parents that ran a chapter of the religious cult known as Children of God. She grew up in their communes all over Europe. She spoke no English when she moved with her father to Washington State at age 10. She was fluent in English 5 years later when she legally emancipated herself from her parents.
Her first role was in the Pauley Shore classic Encino Man (1992) but her break out performance came as “Amy Blue” in The Doom Generation (1995) which earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for a role that Jordan Ladd was originally slated to play. She teamed up with screen legend Pauley Shore once more in Bio Dome (1996) then went famously blonde in Scream (1996). She was nominated for an MTV movie award for her role in Jawbreaker (1999).
McGowan used to let Marilyn Manson have sex with her, which effectively ruined her for the rest of the male population of the planet. She made headlines when she slutted around with him at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards wearing chain mail dress that covered approximately 1% of her body.
Rose McGowan shot earlier this year when the photographer captured the American actress for the latest issue of lifestyle title Apartamento.
Traci Bingham began her career with minor acting roles. In 1991, she appeared in the video for “Good Vibrations” by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. Aside from “Baywatch,” Bingham’s appearances include the television series “D.R.E.A.M. Team” and “Beverly Hills 90210,” and the film Demon Knight (1995). She also played minor roles in the popular American sitcoms “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and “Married with Children.”
In addition to her acting work, Bingham has posed for Playboy Magazine on a number of occasions. In June 1998, she posed for a “Babes of Baywatch” issue along with Donna D’Errico, Marliece Andrada, Pamela Anderson, Yasmine Bleeth, Carmen Electra, Gena Lee Nolin, and Erika Eleniak.
Bingham appeared as a house-guest in the second season of the reality series The Surreal Life in 2004. Her castmates included Ron Jeremy, Vanilla Ice, Erik Estrada, Tammy Faye Bakker and Trishelle Cannatella. During her stay, she playfully tried to get porn star Ron Jeremy to undress. In June 2004, Bingham lost two court cases (04w00379 and 04w00380) in Los Angeles Superior Court to R.D. Dobson for failure to pay back loans. The judgments, in excess of $12,000.00, are still outstanding.
In 2005, Bingham was hired as a spokesmodel by Empire Poker, an online gambling site. For publicity purposes, she was sent to various media events (usually uninvited) wearing a skimpy, low-cut t-shirt with the company’s logo on it. In 2006, she appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in the United Kingdom, where she made it to the final six contestants and was evicted on the final night of the show. During her time on the show, Bingham was on the receiving end of a much publicized scathing attack from Pete Burns.
Also publicized was speculation over her involvement with fellow housemate Dennis Rodman. She selected Families of SMA as the charity to receive a donation from her participation in the show because her niece had died from Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). In 2007, Bingham appeared on VH1’s The Surreal Life: Fame Games and won the $100,000 Goldenpalace.net Grand Prize.
Nicole Narain is an American model who is best known for her work in Playboy Magazine. She was chosen as a Playmate in January 2002. She has also appeared in many music videos such as R.L. Stine’s song “Got Me a Model”, LL Cool J’s “Luv You Better”, and Mario Winan’s “Don’t Wanna Know”. In these videos Nicole showed off her acting range as she was able to play a sexy dancer, girlfriend, and police officer convincingly. In 2005 there were rumors of a sex tape involving Narain and actor Colin Farrell, unfortunately Farrell successfully sued to have the video hidden from the public.
Garcelle Beauvais moved to America when she was a little girl and was quickly swept away by the American way of life. When she was 17 she decided she wanted to become a model and moved to New York City. After finding moderate success she moved to LA to pursue acting. It was there that she joined LA’s comedy troupe The Groundings. Thanks to the success of this group she was able to find work on numerous sitcoms and movies, including Coming to America and Wild Wild West (also starring Salma Hayek). Her last film was I Know Who Killed Me with Lindsay Lohan.
Janet Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana. She was the youngest of ten Children, but luckily the daughter of super parent Joe Jackson, who understood that the best way to raise children is to force them to do songs together as soon as they learn to speak. When Janet was just a toddler, her brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael were already performing as the Jackson Five. When their success started to diminish, father Joe decided the answer was to “jacksonify it up,” adding the remaining children into the act, effectively making sure they’d all have large amounts of time spent in therapy when they became adults. From there, Janet began acting in television shows such as “Good Times,” and “Diff’rent Strokes,” playing various recurring roles. By 1982 she had released her first album, which sold over 300,000 copies. But it wasn’t until the 1986 release of her album “Control,” that Jackson really hit the big time, with five of her songs landing in the top 5 at different times. In a show of defiance from her father, she fired him as her manager, and just to rub it in, decided not to take part in the “We Are The World” music video, a move that hurt her relationship with both her father, and the world, deeply. On her own, Janet has since made over 300 million dollars in contracts and sales in the recording industry and has performed on stage with skanks Britney Spears and Beyonce. Unfortunately for Janet, she’s a Jackson and can not escape controversy. In 2004, during the halftime show of Superbowl XXXVIII, she had her top removed by fellow performer Justin Timberlake, exposing her nasty breast and weird pasty thing to the audience. The result was the death of innocence in America on a scale so great that children everywhere could no longer think for themselves, let along suck on boobs for sustenance. Thankfully, the Canadian government responded by aggressively censoring any and all things that even hint at offensiveness. see Wardrobe Malfunction This resulted in the outstanding network television programming we see today. Thank you FCC. Janet Jackson terminated her relationship with her label, Island Records, and it was formally announced by her publicists on September 22, 2008. Jackson was signed to Island Records in July 2007, and released her album Discipline, which debuted at No. 1, on the label in February.
Many child-stars crash and burn, but few have rebounded like Drew Barrymore. Born into Hollywood royalty, by the time she was eight she had starred in a half-dozen movies, been nominated for a golden globe and hosted Saturday Night Live. It only follows that she was drinking by nine, rolling doobies by ten and doing nose dives by 13.
As the granddaughter of the great John Barrymore, Hollywood connections were never a problem for Drew. Her godfather is Stephen Spielberg and her godmother is Sophia Loren. She made her big screen debut in Altered States, a movie about a dude who does so much acid he regresses into the missing link. Next she played “Gertie” in E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial, which was the highest grossing movie of all time for about 10 years. She went on to star in Fire Starter, Irreconcilable Differences and Babes in Toyland then she hit the bottle.
She was in and out of rehab twice by the time she was 14 and her fall from grace was one of the most publicized in recent memory. Then she used her giant breasts to stage a comeback, playing a teenage seductress in the film Poison Ivy and then again for a pictorial in Playboy. She had her breasts reduced to a 34C then about four years and five really bad movies later she appeared in Scream (Neve Campbell, Rose Mcgowan) and her career was back on track.
She formed her own production company called Flower Films and has put together a string of hit movies including Charlie’s Angels (Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu) Donnie Darko (Maggie Gyllenhaal), Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle (Demi Moore), Fever Pitch (Ione Skye) and He’s Just Not That Into You (Ginnifer Goodwin, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Connelly). Drew made her debut as a film director in the forthcoming roller derby flick Whip It (2009) starring Ellen Page and Kristen Wiig. At one point she manages to pull off moderately challenged good-looking in Donnie Darko, until finally she reverts back to her signature ‘tries too hard tard’ look, that’s been coined by Giovanni Ribisi and Juliette Lewis to varying effect.
In 2010 Drew won the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actress in a Television Movie or Miniseries for her work in Grey Gardens. In 2011 she was the Executive Producer of the short-lived Charlie’s Angels television series re-make.
Bad Girls (1994) – IMDb
Catherine Deneuve was born Catherine Fabienne Dorléac, as one of four daughters to French stage and film actor Maurice Dorléac and actress Renée Deneuve. She made her screen début at the age of 13, with a role in the 1956 film Les Collégiennes, and went on to make a string of films with directors such as Roger Vadim before getting her breakthrough role in Jacques Demy’s musical, Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (1964).
The burst of stardom that accompanied Deneuve’s portrayal led to two of her archetypal ice maiden roles, first in Roman Polanski’s Repulsion in 1965 and then in Buñuel’s 1967 Belle de Jour. Deneuve’s startling portrayal of an icy, sexually adventurous housewife in the latter film helped to set up her as one of the most remarkable and compelling actresses of her generation. She further demonstrated her talent that year in Demy’s Umbrellas musical follow-up, Les Demoiselles de Rochefort, which she starred in with her sister, Françoise Dorléac.
Deneuve continued to work steadily through the 1960s and 1970s in films such as the 1970 Tristana (her second collaboration with Buñuel) and A Slightly Pregnant Man (1973), in which she starred with, Marcello Mastrioanni. Deneuve chose to avoid Hollywood, limiting her appearances in American films to The April Fools (1969) and Hustle (1975). Deneuve also did prolific work through the 1980s, appearing in such films as François Truffaut’s Le Dernier métro (1980) and Tony Scott’s The Hunger (1983). The latter film saw Deneuve playing a bisexual vampire alongside David Bowie and Susan Sarandon, her performance won her an indelible cult status in the States among lesbians and gothics.
In the 1990s, Deneuve garnered further international acclaim for her roles in several films, including the 1992 film Indochine (for which she won a César Award for Best Actress and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress) and two films directed by André Téchiné, Ma saison préférée (1993) and Les Voleurs (1995). In 1994 she was Vice President on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival. In 1996, she paid homage to the director who had first given her fame by taking part in the documentary L’Univers de Jacques Demy. In 1998, she won acclaim and the Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival for her performance in Place Vendôme. Closing out the final years of the 1990s Deneuve remained consistently working in many films; in 1999 alone she appeared in no less than five films: Est-Ouest, Le temps retrouvé, Pola X, Belle-maman, and Le vent de la nuit, continuing to turn in compelling performances.
In 2000, Deneuve received much critical attention when cast along eccentric Icelandic singer Björk in Lars von Trier’s melancholy musical Dancer in the Dark. Though it polarized critics and audiences alike, Dancer in the Dark nevertheless won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2002, she shared the Silver Bear Award for Best Ensemble Cast at the 2002 Berlin International Film Festival for her performance in 8 Women. In 2005, Deneuve published her diary A l’ombre de moi-meme (In My Shadow); in it she writes about her experiences shooting the films Indochine and Dancer in the Dark. In 2006, she headed the jury at the Venice Film Festival.
Pola X (1999)
In early 1983, sixteen-year-old Samantha Fox posed in her bedroom, wearing lingerie, while her mother Carole took pictures for The Sunday People newspaper’s “Face and Shape of 1983″ amateur modeling contest. Fox came joint runner-up in the contest, The Sunday People published her pictures, and a photographer from The Sun newspaper invited her for a professional photo-shoot shortly afterward. On Tuesday, February 22, 1983, with the full support of her parents, Samantha Fox made her first topless Page Three girl appearance in The Sun. She was still almost two months shy of her seventeenth birthday. Fox’s bubbly blonde looks, winning smile, working-class background, and curvaceous 36D breasts, which looked disproportionately large on her diminutive 5 ft 1 in frame, quickly made her an iconic figure. Months after she started modeling, she famously insured her breasts for a quarter of a million pounds sterling. Fox went on to win The Sun’s “Page Three Girl of the Year” award for three consecutive years (1984, 1985, and 1986), and her popularity helped usher in the 1980s taste for top-heavy Page Three girls: Busty models such as the 36DD Tracy Neve and the 38DD Maria Whittaker achieved much success in the wake of Fox’s celebrity. Fox also appeared in soft-porn magazines such as Mayfair, although very few full-frontal nude shots were ever published. Fox announced her retirement from Page Three modeling in 1986, at the age of twenty. In 1995, aged twenty-nine, she made a one-off appearance in The Sun to promote Page Three’s 25th anniversary week. After an overwhelmingly positive reader response, she appeared in the slot every day during the anniversary week, with Friday’s last topless picture given away as an A3-sized poster. In 1996, aged thirty, she appeared in Playboy magazine. These were her final published nude photos.
In Danny Boyle‘s film Trance, Rosario Dawson goes full frontal — complete with her very there, very bare lady bits on full-frontal display for all to see. And while kneejerkists the Internet over may cry foul and/or objectification, it seems far more likely that her character Elizabeth Lamb’s date with the razor was the movie’s biggest puzzle piece. An artful moment that ultimately was the dime on which the film turned.
Geri Halliwell is a British singer who is world-famous thanks to her alter ego “Ginger Spice” who was part of the mega popular nineties “band” Spice Girls.
Before Geri Halliwell was a Spice Girl she was a nude model with aspirations to become a singer. She found four other women who had similar aspirations and together they formed the machine that was The Spice Girls (The other four were Victoria Beckham, Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, and Melanie Brown).
Dian Parkinson in Playboy’s Nude Celebrities
Major collectors say these hard photos were taken by Roger Vadim, when they were recently married. But who has the proof ? These photos were private …It’s the only explanation I have heard for decades.
Caprice Bourret is an American born businesswoman, model, actress and television personality. She lives in London where she runs her company, By Caprice Lingerie Ltd. Caprice Bourret has appeared on more than 250 magazine covers which have included Vogue, GQ, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Maxim, FHM and the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated. She was named the world’s sexiest woman by the News of the World, GQs Woman of the Year and Maxims International Woman of the Year for three consecutive years.
In 2000, Caprice Bourret entered into a licensing agreement with one of UK’s leading department stores, Debenhams, putting her name to a lingerie range. Six years later, she bought back her licence, invested her own money into the business and then founded By Caprice Products. She now sells on three continents and in Britain is stocked by high street giants and dozens of independent retailers
Simonetta Stefanelli will always be remembered as Michael Corleone’s doomed first wife in The Godfather (1972) and not just because . Her unforgettable acting has also made Simonetta a legend of Italian cinema. Her sinister sexiness in Lucrezia giovane (1974)–a retelling of the saga of Lucrezia Borgi.
In 1957, Isela Vega was chosen “Princess of the Carnaval” in Hermosillo; shortly afterward she began modeling. In 1960 she began her acting career, which continues to this day. Her most widely known role is that of Elita in Sam Peckinpah’s Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia. She also wrote the song, Bennie’s Song, which appears in the film. She was subsequently photographed nude for the July 1974 issue of Playboy magazine.
Jane Birkin emerged in the swinging ’60s in London, starring as one of the models in the controversial 1966 film Blowup. In 1968, Birkin went to France to audition for the lead female role in Slogan. Though she did not speak French, she got the role. In “Slogan” she would play alongside Serge Gainsbourg, who became her collaborator. She sang the theme song for “Slogan” with Gainsbourg which became their first of many musical collaborations. In 1969, she and Serge Gainsbourg released the song “Je t’aime… moi non plus” (“I love you… me neither”), written by Gainsbourg and featuring both of them singing, which caused a scandal for its sexual explicitness. Arguably due in part to the publicity it got from being banned by radio stations in Italy, Spain, and the UK, it was a commercial success all over Europe. The song’s fame is a result of its salacious lyrics (sung in French) against a background of female moaning and groaning, culminating in an orgasm at the song’s conclusion. Jane Birkin took a break from acting in 1971-72, but returned as Brigitte Bardot‘s lover in Don Juan (or if Don Juan were a woman) in 1973.
In 1975, she appeared in Gainsbourg’s first film, also entitled Je t’aime… moi non plus, which created a stir for frank examination of sexual ambiguity. For this performance she was nominated for a Best Actress César Award. Jane Birkin has starred in the Agatha Christie films Death on the Nile and Evil Under the Sun, and recorded several albums, including Baby Alone in Babylone, Amours des Feintes, Lolita Go Home and Rendez-vous.
This print and photo were used as drafts of the cover for Penthouse magazine; minor changes were made before the magazine went into final print. Cover model is famous actress and singer Pia Zadora, shot by Bob Guccione for October 1983 issue.
From Bob Guccione’s archive (corresponding to the printed pictorial
Lonely Lady – Penthouse October 1983, pgs. 105-119, photos by Bob Guccione)
(These) erotic 35mm slide(s) of model Pia Zadora (were) taken by photographer Robert Hanley “Bob” Willoughby in April of 1982. Robert Hanley “Bob” Willoughby was an American photographer. Popular Photography called him “The man who virtually invented the photojournalistic motion picture still.”