Elizabeth Berridge couldn't get arrested until she holstered her big guns as a frumpy, no-nonsense police officer on the one-time hit The John Larroquette Show. But underneath that very non-sexy uniform lies one hot mama. Since her acting debut in Natural Enemies (1979), Elizabeth has been one busy beaver. She has worked pretty much nonstop, landing a recurring role on the hit TV series Texas and roles in made-for-TV movies such as Silence of the Heart (1984). But it's her theatrical endeavors that make Elizabeth famous at Skin Central, like her supporting role in Amadeus (1984). In the Director's Cut, she scampers about in nothing but a powdered wig and skirt, with her huge hooters beating her chest like kettledrums. Rock me, Amadeus! That wasn't the first time she pulled out her funbags. Check out The Funhouse (1981) for an eyeful of Elizabeth's oversized talents. She's been relatively quiet as of late, her biggest role being an uncredited Hooter in Bar from Payback (1999). To Mr. Skin, though, that's a step in the right direction.