Redhead Jane Asher was already aflame with her career by the tender age of five, when she made her big screen debut in Mandy (1952). By the time she was fifteen, Jane had appeared in eight films, made nine TV appearances, over one hundred radio appearances, and was in five plays--but the breast was yet to come (as were audiences lucky enough to follow her carnal career). Jane's father taught music, and her older brother is the former in the '60s pop group Peter and Gordon. But Jane went directly to the top of the pops when she spent five years as Paul McCartney's girlfriend during the heady days of The Beatles. The rocker was rocked by the "rave London bird," and many of his famous songs were inspired by Jane, including "We Can Work It Out." Sadly, they couldn't work it out, not when Jane caught Paul in bed with another bird in 1968. After that heartache, Jane began to share with the world what had since then been solely McCartney's. In Dead End (1970), where she takes one last skinny dip before dying, and Closing Numbers (1994), Jane proved that she was more than just a one-tit wonder. Nowadays, she's sort of the English Martha Stewart, only with nicer tits.
Closing Numbers (1994) - as Anna