With her flashing gray eyes giving off glittering reflections of any color of the rainbow, her tasty little mouth forever twisting into a teasing, attainable smirk, and her long, brunette locks casting about for a pillow to thrash on, French-born actress Lydie Denier had us before she even popped open a button on her blouse. Her TV roles alone, in such fare as General Hospital, Tarzan, and Acapulco H.E.A.T., are winningly eroticized, an effect magnified once light is cast upon her cleavage and crevices. A lean and ready-to-ride robustness makes Lydie's sensuality seem like the most natural thing in the world when she flashes flesh. The first exposure came in The Night Stalker (1987), and lissome Lydie has shown a bit in almost every role ever since.
No Place to Hide (1993) - as Pamela Hanley
Mardi Gras for the Devil (1993) - as Valerie
Blood Relations (1988) - as Maria