Lucy Lawless is a born beauty. She won the Mrs. New Zealand pageant in her homeland, which landed her a part on the hit comedy series Funny Business. There was nothing funny about this brunette's appeal. She rode the vehicle of her good looks to other indigenous productions like Within the Law (1990), A Bitter Song (1990), and The End of the Golden Weather (1991) before landing a role on the hit series For the Love of Mike. For those who love Lucy, she took her career to the next lusty level, moving to the U.S. and finding work on The Ray Bradbury Theatre, The X Files, and, most importantly, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. She was first cast as Lyla but later tried out for the ass-kicking Xena, was cast, and dyed her hair to distinguish herself from the prior role. Xena was such a tempting warrior that her character was spun off, and the rest is history. Lucy gave us a peek at what's beneath her breast plate when the lungful beauty belted out the National Anthem at a Redwings game in Detroit on May 6th, 1997. She also belted out one of her meaty boobs as it rolled out from her descending top while she reached for that illusive high note. That was all we saw of Lucy's juiciness until she landed a lead on the Starz series Spartacus: Blood and Sand in 2010. Lawless hit the ground running, delivering the randy Roman goods in Blood and Sand, its prequel series Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (where she went graphically Sapphic with Jaime Murray), and Spartacus: Vengeance. They ought to call it Spartacus: Boob and Ass!
Celebrity Duets - as Herself
For the Love of Mike - as Helen
Funny Business - as Various
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - as Xena / Lyla
High Tide - as Undercover policewoman
Peep! - as Helen
Tarzan - as Kathleen Clayton