Big hair, hourglass measurements, and aspirations of stardom can lift a pretty girl to celebrity status. But these same traits can also steer any auspicious ingenue into a lesser-known show biz limbo from which she can give succor and inspiration to legions of diversion-starved lads who are satisfied with the small pleasures of simple entertainments. Such is the acting career of household no-name Kelli Maroney. While plenty of her Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) co-stars became famous (Phoebe Cates, Jennifer Jason Leigh) and even Oscar winners (Sean Penn, Nicolas Cage, Forest Whitaker), Kelli’s credits include stints on daytime TV, such as Ryan’s Hope (1979-1983) and One Life to Live (1984-1985). By nightfall, the boob tube babe lent her sexy presence to drive-in fare with the science fiction comedies Chopping Mall (1987) and Night of the Comet (1984), which showcases Kelli’s curves in a white lace brassiere and panties! Yet, here at Skin Central, we’re partial to the sultry starlet’s performances in horror hacker flicks which feature her fabulous flesh. In fact, you’ll need to pump your own iron after watching the be-thonged beauty bare her sweaty breasts as she lifts weights in Scream Queen Hot Tub Party (1991). If that’s not hot enough, the blonde hottie reveals her rack and rump during a couple of simulated humps in the suggestively titled drama Face Down (1997) starring Joe Mantegna. The R-rated movie has Ms. Maroney playing a seductive schizophrenic. In other words, seeing two of her will double your viewing pleasure!