A petite powerhouse of neon-hot sex appeal who perfectly matched the look and feel of the go-go '80s, Diane Franklin specialized in horny high-school comedies and modeling her marvelous mug for brands like Coke, Trident, and Jell-O. Diane's exotic look--all ink-black curls and milk-white skin--made her a natural to play the foxy French exchange student John Cusack falls for in Better Off Dead (1985), as well as the most righteous Princess Joanna in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989). The bushy-headed beauty's most hair-raising performances, however, focused on her fluffy fro down below. As the inhuman heartbreaker named Karen (figures) in the immortal teen-sex tragedy The Last American Virgin (1982), Diane shows off her Di-cans while deflowering a lucky young man, and gives a teasingly quick flash of bush while undressing at the doctor's office. Her perfect, pink-nosed pair also made a hauntingly hot appearance in Amityville II: The Possession (1982), again proving that she possessed some of the prettiest titties in Hollywood. Up next was the oddball religious comedy Second Time Lucky (1984). Diane plays Eve, of Adam and...fame, who is sent alongside her go forth and multiply mate to a variety of eras ranging from the roaring twenties to ancient Rome. Diane feels no shame showing off all three B's including a tasty tart of forbidden apple bottom at nearly every stop. Diane has been mostly working in her daughter, Olivia De Laurentis' web series' of late, but after causing a bit of a stir when was replaced by a much younger actress in Bill and Ted Face the Music (2020), though she had already been replaced in Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey (1991), she appeared in Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies (2020). The still very sexy Diane noted that doing nudity took people's perception of her as an actress from girl to woman and from "actress to artist." She might be the artist, but we're the ones starving for another look at Diane's sexy bod.