Anne Archer was born into acting. The daughter of John Archer and Marjorie Lord, she got her career started in the '70s on an episode of Hawaii Five-O. McGarrett may have said, "Book 'em, Danno," but the audience wanted to bed 'em when it came to Anne's brunette beauty and her big kahunas. She went on to the hit series Falcon Crest and the silver screen opposite Jon Voight in The All-American Boy (1973), but fame eluded her. That is, until she played the hot wife whom Michael Douglas inexplicably cheats on in Fatal Attraction (1987). Anne went on to star as another perfect accessory for a grumbling old man, this time Harrison Ford in Patriot Games (1992) and Clear and Present Danger (1994). But if you think you've seen Anne's assets in Nails (1992), Body of Evidence (1993), or The Man in the Attic (1995), think again; those were body doubles. For the true skinophile, check out Lifeguard (1975) for some nipple slippage about an hour into the film when Anne's making out with Sam Elliott. And Short Cuts (1993) has a short cut of Anne's ass. It's as close to an Archer bull's eye that we've got.