At the tender age of twenty Kelly Preston already measured a respectable 34-24-34, and her top-heavy talents only expanded (way, way out!) from there. She took that fine figure on the road as an Elite Agency model, then turned to a role on the now-defunct soap opera Capitol before heading off to cinematic efforts like Christine (1983), SpaceCamp (1986), and Twins (1988), which would prove to be her breakthrough role. She has since appeared in Citizen Ruth (1996), Nothing to Lose (1997), Jack Frost (1998), and one of the many Kevin Costner baseball movies, For Love of the Game (1999). She married noted Scientologist John Travolta and converted to the controversial faith, which fortunately does not forbid nudity, because she has a legacy of it onscreen. Kelly started her skinful ways when she shed her bountiful boobage in the back of a car in Secret Admirer (1985). Next, she turned it up a notch with a full-frontal turn in Mischief (1985). Kelly has since appeared in all her boobtacular glory in 52 Pick-Up (1986), Spellbinder (1988), A Tiger's Tale (1988), and Double Cross (1994). A quick snippet of titlet in Jerry Maguire (1996) rounded out her skinematic career. Let's hope Kelly is back to Preston those big girls onscreen soon.
View from the Top (2003) - as Sherry
Mrs. Munck (1995) - as Young Rose