Amply-endowed Anat Atzmon, well known as both an actor and singer in her native Israel, proved herself a big-boobed badass early on by enrolling in the Israeli army straight out of high school. She made her movie debut in 1978's Lemon Popsicle, and judging by a few of the film's more mamorable moments, the tan lines on her ta-tas suggest that she was spending a little too much time floating in the Dead Sea, soaking up sun. Ms. Atzmon bared her bon bons a few more times in the following years, in films like Dizengoff 99 (1979) and Ha-Ayit (AKA The Vulture) (1981), but lamentably chose to keep the clothing on in pretty much everything she appeared in since. These include the movies Dead End Street (1982), Forced Testimony (1984), Every Time We Say Goodbye (1986), Chozeh Ahavah (1986), Shell Shock (1988), Double Edge (1992), Angels in the Wind (1992), and Frank Sinatra Died (1998). Anat's acting career appeared to die in 2001 as she switched over to music, releasing a slew of singles. Thankfully she returned just over a decade later in the movie Not in Tel Aviv (2012). She's in the midst of a resurgence: the movies Children of the Fall (2016), Amor (2016), Children of the Fall: Director's Cut (2017), and Tel Aviv (2020) can be counted among her recent credits, as can the series The Exchange Principle, Sisters, and The Station. It’s time for Anat to pop out her ravishing roundies to round out her revival tour.