Katherine Cannon first shared her girl-next-door good looks with the viewing public when she landed the role of Sheba on Harold Robbins's The Survivors. She liked the little screen and bounced her buxom body in guest-starring parts on shows such as Gunsmoke, The Streets of San Francisco, and Cannon, no relation. That was much to William Conrad's relief, as the heavy-set actor probably tried to get Katherine to play with his cannon on occasion. Everybody found out why Katherine was such a hot property when she ended up in Private Duty Nurses (1971), and the svelte brunette exposed her charms for the only time onscreen. She played one of a trio of naked candy stripers who found time to fight a drug ring, racism, and murder while getting it on with their happy patients. It's sure to raise your blood pressure. She followed that up with Women in Chains (1972), which sounds promising but was a made-for-TV movie and not skin friendly. Katherine never broke out from the clothing restraints of TV, appearing on Baa Baa Black Sheep but not revealing her more wolfish side. She still works, her most recent film being Luxury of Love (2001), and Mr. Skin hopes she'll return to her nursing days soon.