Born in Loch Arbour, New Jersey, Haviland Morris spent much of her childhood across the world before returning to the U.S. to make it big in the entertainment biz. It’s fitting that blonde bombshell's signature role should have been in the high school laugh-until-you-cry drama Sixteen Candles (1984). The film marked the directorial debut of master of 1980s teen angst John Hughes, launched puffy-lipped redhead Molly Ringwald as a post-pubescent geek-girl icon, and also capitalized on Haviland Morris’s extensive experience as a student. Not only did Haviland earn a BFA in acting from New York’s SUNY Purchase, she would travel halfway around the globe to matriculate at the Royal Academy of Dancing in Hong Kong. Perhaps that’s where Haviland learned the tricky footwork that she used to slip a body double in for herself before stepping into a steaming Sixteen Candles shower. Sadly, that body double work has been Haviland's only "nudity" on screen. Since the faux nip slip, Haviland has appeared in the screwball comedy Who's That Girl (1987), the black comedy A Shock to the System (1990), the horror flick Gremlins 2: A New Batch (1990), the science fiction action film The Fifth Element (1997), the thriller Cherry Crush (2007), the romantic werewolf film Jack & Diane (2012), the military movie Burning Blue (2013), and the romantic comedy Better Off Single (2016). Clearly, the actress is still working, so there's still time for some real nudity, or, at the very least, a scene in a bra and panties. Haviland, give us some Morris!