Los Angeles native Deborah Winters is no frigid. She is a warm, sexy sexpot with decades of work in the business. She is also one of the rare Hollywood hotties who has been married to the same person, Warren Chaney, since 1984. So she seems like she has it all together! She is best known for acting in The Winds of War (1983) as Janice Lacouture Henry as well as acting in Kotch (1971), Behind the Mask (1992), The Outing (1987), Blue Sunshine (1977), Class of '44 (1973), and her feature film debut Me, Natalie in 1969 where she played Betty. She has not worked since 1992, but her early work is skintastic. Her very first role ever was in an episode of CBS Playhouse in 1968 called The People Next Door where she played Maxie Mason. That was such an interesting episode that two years later it was developed into a full-length film. She reprised her role as Maxie in The People Next Door and she is the ultimate girl net door as this sun-kissed 70s siren gets dressed in her bedrooms. She is the maximum amount of hot as Maxie Mason. She is equal parts innocent and sexy as she gets down to her white bra and panties. Check out her glowing tan skin and her long honey-colored locks as she darts around her bedroom to figure out what she should wear. How about nothing at all? It must be warm outside. Make it hot like summer, Miss Winters!