Jodie Foster wishes she knew what it was like not to be famous. She began her career at age two as The Coppertone Baby whose bathing-suit bottom is pulled down in the teeth of a ribald dog. From that skinful debut, Jodie went on to TV and kiddie movies such as Bugsy Malone (1976) and Freaky Friday (1977). But it was her role as a streetwalker at age thirteen in Taxi Driver (1976) that hooked Mr. Skin. And Foxes (1980), her teenager-in-lust classic with ex-Runaway Cherie Currie, was a howl. It was a decade until Jodie matured enough for true skinage as an assault victim in The Accused (1988), which did for pool tables what Jaws (1975) did for the ocean. For a more appealing look at Jodie's apple-sized jugs, and a glimpse of her peach fuzz, check out Backtrack (1991). While The Silence of the Lambs (1991) made Jodie a superstar, she refused to keep her clothes on for fame's sake and delivered a nasty performance in Nell (1994), flashing that pint-sized pair again and taking a nighttime nude dip. It's a shame she didn't heed the title of The Brave One (2007) though—she employed a double. Foster may be Australian for beer, but it's American for babe!
A Very Long Engagement (2004) - as Elodie Gordes
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) - as Rynn Jacobs