Fly girl Lisa Arrindell Anderson started the '90s by strutting her foxy fine stuff onscreen. She debuted in One Good Cop (1991), but it was Livin' Large! (1991) that proved sister's got game. It was directed by Michael Schultz, who knows a thing about racial equality. After all, his first time behind the camera was helming Together for Days (1972). The story of the forbidden love between a black radical and a white woman, it starred Lois Chiles, who is breast remembered for her topless scene in Creepshow 2 (1987). Sadly, Schultz wasn't able to get such a radical performance from Lisa. In fact, she's not much of the free-love type at all, having never shed her clothes onscreen. She continued to be skingy, not showing her knockers in Clockers (1995), keeping her housecoat buttoned on the TV shows In the House and As the World Turns, and having her shirt remain quite visible in the misleadingly titled Disappearing Acts (2000). The closest she's come to flesh is in A Lesson Before Dying (1999). Here's another lesson you should learn before dying, Lisa: Get naked!