Lynne Frederick is perhaps best known for her short-lived marriage to Peter Sellers, but she was a talented actress in her own right. Her career, however, was spotty at best. Lynne started out with a small part in No Blade of Grass (1970) and appeared in such notable pictures as Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), The Amazing Mr. Blunden (1972), and as Catherine Howard in Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1973). But somehow she found herself mired in projects like Vampire Circus (1972), Phase IV (1974), and The Prisoner of Zenda (1979), which was her last feature performance. Yet it was with these lesser works that Lynne's greatest works were exposed. She made her skinful debut in A Venezia Muore Un'Estate (1972), showing off just about all of her body, but alas, the muff shots are rather brief. She showed off her luscious hoots again with a topless turn in Four of the Apocalypse (1975), but for the best look at Lynne's goodies, check out Schizo (1977). She shows it all off again, this time for a much more "extended" period, so to speak. Sadly, alcoholism claimed this beautiful lady in 1994. Mr. Skin won't drink to that.