Lynda Day George is the queen of TV. The big-breasted, gorgeous brunette first lit America's fuse on Mission: Impossible, where she played "Lisa Carey" in the early '70s. Beyond that classic slab of boob-tube history, Lynda sweetened sitcoms as a guest star on series such as The Love Boat and Charlie's Angels. She met her husband, Christopher George, while starring in Gental Rain (1966). George, best known from the series Rat Patrol, wooed the beauty, and, after the release of the John Wayne film Chisum (1970), the two were married. George got to fill his beloved with a crotch load of his Chisum. But Lynda never shared her sugary charms with the camera, sad to say. The two continued acting together, but after the prophetically titled Mortuary (1983), George died of a heart attack at fifty-two. Too grief stricken to act, Lynda eventually gave up acting and any chance of sharing her mammoth talents with her cheated fans. Thanks, George, for making Lynda ruin our Day.