Jolene Carroll made her debut in the actioner Search and Destroy (1988), a prescient tale of terrorists destroying a chemical plant, which releases a virus that gives people a strange psychosis. That could describe our feelings about this hour-glass figured act-chest. She’s not a conventional beauty, but her body is full and round and fun. We’d love to take it for a ride, and we did, metaphorically speaking, in her final screen credit on the made-for-TV historical drama Iron Jawed Angels (2004). It’s the story of defiant young women’s suffrage activists, who put their lives at risk to earn women the right to vote. We put our sperm at risk when Jolene gets naked with some other ladies and we see them from behind. And what a behind it is.