Carey Lowell had big dreams of becoming an actress. And more hotties like her should get their luscious butts onscreen. She debuted as background scenery in Dangerously Close (1986) and as a model in Club Paradise (1986). But she sure made sweet eye candy. Carey made a brief skin debut in the classic talking-penis comedy Me and Him (1988). She looked like she would make it when cast as Pam Bouvier, the newest Bond Girl, in License to Kill (1989), her sexiest role to date with cleavage aplenty. But that promise was cut short after appearing in The Guardian (1990). Thankfully, that film offered Carey's true talents to the world, uncovering her breasts for a nice little bedroom scene. That same year, Carey landed a recurring role on the hit series Law & Order, which raised her image. Gerbil connoisseur Richard Gere noticed, and after she left the series and he left model Cindy Crawford, the two shacked up. She may have left movies behind, but we'll never forget her behind.