Debi Mazar could kick Fran Drescher's ass--and that's a catfight we'd love to watch. The Queens native with the hard-as-nails New Yawk voice has been called a Fran clone from the very first time she appeared on film. There are some similarities between the two, but where Fran is a likable TV character, Debi is a big-screen bad ass. She looks like one of those pinups from a '40s mechanics calendar or a tough-talking mob girl in films of the same era. Debi is not what you might call traditionally beautiful, but her offbeat looks and "screw you" attitude bring the whole package home into one fabulous babe. She got her big break playing a coke whore in Goodfellas (1990), but we prefer her role in Money for Nothing (1993), where she wore nothing while rubbing down her li'l fun pair with dollar bills. She made a TV splash in the cast of L.A. Law and hit the gossip rags by being romantically linked to men as diverse as Quentin Tarantino and perverse as Pee Wee Herman. Maybe she'll hook up with Fran in real life and turn our fantasy life into a white-hot turn-on. In 2004, Debi debuted as a power-playing Hollywood hottie on HBO's Entourage, where she'll make your lap-Turtle ache to emerge from its pants-shell.
Bad Love (1992) - as Delores