Kerri Green is best known for playing Andy in the beloved family romp The Goonies (1985), whose mostly male ensemble cast does also feature an early role for Martha Plimpton (nude in I Shot Andy Warhol and Eye of God). In fact, 18-year-old Kerri Green's sexy moments sprinkled throughout that Spielberg-produced adventure favorite is the sole reason that — yes, skindeed — The Goonies is listed on the Mr. Skin website. New Jersey-bred redhead with wide-spaced, earnest eyes, an imploring mouth, and a compact baby-flesh body with nubile nubbins and toddler legs who is always ready to break out from a pleading pout to a surprisingly flashy smile, cute as a Kewpie doll Kerri Green is loaded with knockout next-door-neighbor appeal. Hitting her prime during the mid-1980s after winning hearts and minds with the good, clean, exciting thrill-ride fun of The Goonies, Kerri’s full list of characters will forever be limited to daughters and precocious teens. Kerri Green pretended to be big-hearted John Candy’s kid in Summer Rental (1985), played the suburban ingénue opposite teen heartthrobs Corey Haim and Charlie Sheen in Lucas (1986), and went up against Sheen again in Three for the Road (1987). Alas, our patience with Kerri Green went all for naught. Little sister Kerri Green grew up to take on roles behind the screen, returning in front of the cameras only on occasion, such as when she lit up guest appearances on TV series on the order of ER (2000), Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (2001), and Complacent (2012).