Joanne Whalley, perhaps best known as Joanne Whalley Kilmer, ditched big ego-ed hubby Val Kilmer in February 1997. Whalley watchers are excited to see what this cunning canary can do now that she's flown the coop. Beloved to fans since her enchanting performance as the red-haired, wispy Sorsha in Willow (1988), Joanna has a history of playing a wide variety of roles, from the curvaceous crooning nurse in the British serial The Singing Detective to the former first lovely lady Jacqueline Kennedy in the series Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis to the tasty trouble-making tramp about town in Scandal (1989). This curvy chameleon is most colorful when turning toward more skinteresting flesh tones. Although Joanne used a bootilicous body double in Scandal, she did bare her perfectly perky pair in Breathtaking (2000). They certainly are! From her recent stint as the mature, mammarificly hot mamma in the TV mini 40 (2003) to her groping groupie days as a briefly featured band banger in Pink Floyd The Wall (1982), all of Whalley's work is worth a watch. Here's hoping this red-hot, British brick house is here to stay.
Secret Rapture (1993) - as Katherine Coleridge
Kill Me Again (1989) - as Fay Forrester