It takes a sex symbol to play a sex symbol, and Keeley Hawes broke out big when she played young Diana Dors in the UK TV bio The Blonde Bombshell (1998). Other things broke out big in Keeley's next film, The Last September (1999)--which, as it turns out, provides the perfect month for guys to pick some magnificent melons. Hawes's heapin' helpin' of hooters was then matched with some furburgerage in the sexy film Complicity (2000). All that was missing was a little lesbianism, so guys were properly Keeleyhauled by her fine Sapphic soothing in the BBC TV movie Tipping the Velvet (2002). Keeley's finally become a hot property with recent A&E cable airings of her critically acclaimed spy show Spooks, repackaged here in the States under the title MI-5. The series also made the UK gossip columns when Keeley left her husband for co-star Matthew MacFadyen.
The Blonde Bombshell (1999) - as Younger Diana Dors
The Beggar Bride (1997) - as Angela Harper