"Every summer there she is oiling and lotioning, lotioning and oiling... smiling. I can't take this no more!" She might be best known for playing Wendy Peffercorn in the baseball classic The Sandlot, but there's more to Marley than an iconic lifeguard swimsuit. She started out as a child actor named “Marlee,” but Marley Shelton dropped the extra “e” as a hot young actress. She hasn’t, however, been especially generous about dropping her bra or panties, although, in the 1994 TV movie, she does flash some sweet (albeit distant) cheekage before jumping into a lake for a giddy skinny-dip. That taste of tuchus has only whetted the pub(l)ic's appetite for more of Marley. One tantalizing tease occurs in the slasher flick Valentine (2001), wherein Marley wraps herself in a towel while audience members wrap their hands around their ... other kind of members. Marley also made a wholesome love interest for Tobey Maguire in Pleasantville (1998) and was equally sexy in the kinky comedy Bubble Boy (2001). In addition, the former prom queen got us shaking our pom-poms as a knocked-up cheerleader in Sugar & Spice (2001). Marley’s just as sexy offscreen, too, as she proved by her bouncing conversation while guesting on The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn.