Jamie-Lynn DiScala is a nice little Jewish girl of Cuban and Greek derivation who made a big, big name for herself by playing that most Italian of Italian-American young ladies, Meadow Soprano, mob boss Tony Soprano's little girl, on the sensational series The Sopranos. New York-born Jamie-Lynn has popped up in only a couple of projects since her debut as, you guessed it, a mobster's daughter in A Brooklyn State of Mind (1997), but she's yet to fully serve up her magnificent meatballs or any other dish in her tasty-looking antipasto. The tastiest treat we've received from Jamie-Lynn so far, in fact, came when she played a criminal herself. In the 2004 made-for-cable movie Call Me: The Rise & Fall of Heidi Fless, her serious nudity was provided by a body double, but look close at the uncut DVD version and you'll get a peek at Meadow's peaks.
Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss: Unrated and Uncut (2004) - as Heidi Fleiss