Lysette Anthony has acting in her blood--literally. She is the fruit of a union between noted British actors Michael Anthony and Bernadette Milnes and started her career just about when she learned to walk, appearing in various productions with her parents on both stage and screen. She made her first "major" big-screen performance in the classic fantasy/adventure flick Krull (1983), which made everyone who saw it want to play with their swords. Lysette has since gone on to appear in such varied productions as Husbands and Wives (1992), Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995), and Robinson Crusoe (1997), as well as on series such as Dark Shadows. A great actress, Lysette uses every part of her body to get the job done . . . and done right. When a character must be nude, she strips without hesitation--bless her round rump and melon-sized sweater mamas. Whether it's Looking for Eileen (1988) and its full-frontal, juicy furburger, or her wet goodies bouncing delightfully in Switch (1991) and Save Me (1993), Lysette is a carnal craftsman. If only all actresses were as dedicated to the art of the tart.