Jill Carroll's career got off to a totally awesome start as one of the four "Valley Girls" in the comedy The Vals (1982). That led to supporting parts in such respectable pictures as Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983), Psycho II (1983), The Man Who Loved Women (1983)--aka The Mr. Skin Story--and Snowballing (1984), which was not nearly as titillating as the title suggests. All the while, Jill was balancing a budding career on the boob tube with guest spots on such hit series as T.J. Hooker, Highway to Heaven and Matlock, among others. By the late '80s, though, her career seemed to have been killed off after an appearance on Murder, She Wrote. Then she made a triumphant return with a spot on an episode of Profiler, so there's life after death. But Jill's most mammorable moment on the silver screen has to be The Unholy (1988). A fine addition to the always scary preist-fighting-demons genre, there's one (genital) hair raising scene where Jill's perky pillows are exposed in her only onscreen skin ever. She's trying to tempt the aforementioned priest into doing the horizontal hokey-pokey with her, but for some unbelievable reason, he resists. Thankfully we're not held to the same high standard.