Joyce Jillson began her ascent to stardom just like Ronald Reagan. Before newspapers printed banner headlines like "The Astrologer Who Runs the White House"--she was infamous for doing the President's horoscope--Joyce was hitting the boards on Broadway. She debuted on the little screen in a bit part on the hit series The Man from U.N.C.L.E., but it was her recurring role on Peyton Place that made this busty blonde a household name. What made her a skin name, and gave her a panting place in skinstory, was her film work. First and foremost there was Superchick (1973); she lived up to the title's promise as her super tits were forever flopping out and bouncing about. Considering the audacious start, her career fizzled out within a few years. She had a cameo as herself in The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington (1977) and played a carhop in Slumber Party '57 (1977), but after that . . . nothing. Maybe with her powers of perception she saw the end coming. At least we got to see her end briefly too.