Holly Palance is proof that hot chicks come from cool cucumbers. Her father is the hard-ass character actor Jack Palance. She started her career opposite another granite-faced actor, this one being the comic John Cleese, in Golf Etiquette (1973). She subsequently spent her youth in one bit part after another in such films as The Omen (1976), Dickens of London (1976), and The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know It (1977). She finally landed a good supporting role in The Comeback (1978) and went on to appear in such semi-notable productions as Under Fire (1983), The Thorn Birds (1983), and The Best of Times (1986). Her career abruptly ended after her turn in Cast the First Stone (1989). It's a drag that Holly never got that superstar role that she must have yearned for, but, thankfully, her career didn't come to its screeching halt before she had a chance to bare her beautiful bosom for the camera in Tuxedo Warrior (1982). The movie is no classic, but it's definitely worth the look just to see Daddy Jack's little girl all grown up, if you catch our drift.