Diana Rigg is such a staple of British pop culture that she was knighted in 1994. Call her Dame Diana, please. It's a fitting title for one of the hottest dames ever to squeeze into a leather jumpsuit. Diana is renowned the world over via her role on the hit '60s series The Avengers, where she played Mrs. Emma Peel, and, oh, to see her peel! Diana also made for an indelible Bond Girl in the only George Lazenby installment of the film series, On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969). Not that Diana is simply a shockingly beautiful piece of ass. This talented lass has appeared in everything from Shakespearean theater to horror flicks, and she's both talented and hot as hell. Of course, we are moist grateful that the stunning Diana got out of those tight leather outfits that she made so popular on The Avengers just long enough to show a little skin in The Hospital (1970) opposite George C. Scott. It isn't much, admittedly. We wish we could Rigg more skin time for this Old Britannia.
A Good Man in Africa (1994) - as Chloe Fanshawe