Prior to breaking out on the smash series Step It Up and Dance, Hollywood had been unkind to lithe and lissome Elizabeth Berkley. The movie industry's seeming indifference to this mesmerizing, sexy creature can be the result of nothing other than blind jealousy. How else can the industry fail to see the dedication to craft and character exhibited by Elizabeth in the seminal stripper-noir masterpiece Showgirls (1995)? It's not like Berkley hid anything from view. She exposed her all, engaging in rampant lesbianism, hot-tub trysts, floor dances, table dances, pole dances, and lap dances, all in an almost perfect state of muff-thrusting undress. Her entire wardrobe must have cost about sixteen dollars, but the results were worth millions and millions of bucks. Elizabeth had been a steady-working actress prior to Showgirls, putting in four years as the nerdy but luscious Jessie Spano on Saved by the Bell. Post-Showgirls and pre-Dance, the lovely Liz appeared front and rear in Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday (1999) and boobs-out in Moving Malcolm (2003). Miss Berkley is forever perkley!