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Keywords: Brief Nudity, White, Blonde Hair, Medium Breasts, Real Breasts, Average Body

Nude Roles: 2

Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, US

Date of Birth: 04/01/60

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Jennifer Runyon will forever be revered to the 1980s generation for her utterly electrifying embodiment of Gwendolyn Pierce, the ultimate blonde bombshell dream babe of Scott Baio and Willie Aames on the initial 1984 - 1985 season of Charles in Charge, when the show aired on CBS before commencing its long and successful run in original syndication (and where Jennifer Runyon returned for a triumphant guest shot as Gwendolyn Pierce in 1987). Jennifer Runyon made her on-camera acting debut in the Christmas themed slasher flick To All a Good Night (1980), directed by David Hess, the notorious star of Last House on the Left (1972). From there, Jennifer Runyon lit up boob tube series such as Another World, The Fall Guy, and Boone before making a proper leap to big screen immortality twice in one year. First, Jennifer Runyon is the incredibly hot student body whom Bill Murray tests for clairvoyant ability in the beginning of Ghostbusters (1984). And then Jennifer Runyon near nude in the titillatingly taunting role of Heather Merriweather the wild white-water raft-racing teen sex comedy Up the Creek (1984), in which a bunch of misfits took part in a white-water-rafting race where the only white-water that counted was the gallons that wound up on the girls' wet T-shirts. Finally, we get to see Jennifer Runyon nude in the shoot-em-up flick Killing Streets (1991), in which she finally revealed the rosy-nipped chest bombs we've long suspected her of smuggling. Jennifer seemed to step away from show biz after her appearance in Carnosaur (1993), but she then came roaring back decades later — and hotter than ever — in Silent Night, Bloody Night 2: Revival (2015), Terror Tales (2016), and Bloodsucka Jones vs. The Creeping Death (2017).