Lynn Lowry is one of the first and best in the sexy category we like to call Scream Queens. What is a scream queen? Well, it amounts to a lack of clothing and the propensity to be cast by low-budget horror-film directors in everything that they do. Lynn debuted in the no-budget schlocker The Battle of Love's Return (1970), which was directed by and starred Troma Films honcho Lloyd Kaufman. But Lynn made her nude debut in I Drink Your Blood (1971), stripping down for a sexy Satanic ritual. She scored a better-than-average role in Sugar Cookies (1973), which featured Lynn's sugar cookies and all of her full-frontal glory for the first time ever. After a brief turn on the equally brief series How to Survive a Marriage, Lynn returned to horror flicks. She got the lead in Shivers (1975), in which she portrayed a nurse who fell prey to a parasite that had been secretly introduced to her by some mad-scientist type and made her turn into a sex-crazed maniac. She then, through her sexual exploits, infected the majority of the people living in her Canadian apartment community. She ended up cat food in Cat People (1982) and has been missing in action since the mid-'90s. Even scream queens have to rest.