Judy Pace was one of the most gorgeous young actresses of '60s cinema, but this black beauty didn't let herself get stuck in any kind of genre. After debuting in a schlock-horror classic as one of 13 Frightened Girls (1963), Judy appeared in upscale classic films such as The Fortune Cookie (1966) and The Thomas Crown Affair (1968). Her sexy presence was put to good use on the TV series Peyton Place, and she was unforgettable in Three in the Attic (1968), where she was part of a trio of cuckolded cuties who locked up their cheating boyfriend so they could drain him of his manhood. She was also in the sexy semi-sequel Up in the Cellar (1970). And when Judy finally decided to do blaxploitation, she chose the classic Cotton Comes to Harlem (1970) to show some classic nudity. She retired in 1973 and left a gap in sexy cinema that hadn't been seen since Greta Garbo went off to be alone.