Subtly sultry Jami Gertz may have broken into the big time as a stuffy prep queen named Muffy on the cult '80s nerd-com Square Pegs, but she's somehow always managed to keep her lap fluff under wraps. In fact, despite appearing in such archetypal teen sex comedies as Sixteen Candles (1984) and Mischief (1985), along with R-rated fare such as The Lost Boys (1987) and Renegades (1989), the closest Gertz had come to showing her pertness was a microscopic, think-about-blinking-and-you'll-miss-it nip slip in the wasted-youth drama Less Than Zero (1987). Fifteen years later (and at least fifteen times sexier), Jami popped that same fleeting teat tip back into view in Lip Service (2001), where her deliciously dark, Hershey-Kiss-like milk spout spilled out from under her bed sheets. Shortly after unveiling her coco puff anew, Jami landed back where she began, bagging the hit CBS comedy Still Standing before heading onwards to the ABC series The Neighbors. Coincidence? Mr. Skin thinks not, so all you skingy starlets out there should take note—and take it off!
Silence Like Glass (1989) - as Eva March