Canadian cutie Alison Pill starred in nearly thirty film and television productions by her eighteenth birthday, but you probably didn’t notice her, as she stuck to mostly family fare and the skin-shunning confines of made-for-TV movies before she was of legal ogle-worthy age. Since then she’s grown into a ravishing redhead who can hold her own as an adult but is still youthful enough to match teen angst with starlets such as Lindsay Lohan and Katie Holmes, in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004) and Pieces of April (2003), respectively. Alison then went surly playing a rock drummer in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) and went yuppie as an ambitious young journalist on The Newsroom, but she'll really make you bang your bongos in the indie Dear Wendy (2005). 37 minutes in, she opens her shirt and shows off her Pills--all with a smile on her face. That’ll cure what ails you.