Sultry, tall, brunette, cutting-edge culture icon Mary Woronov is similar to cult drag star Divine, except that Mary is really a woman. In the 1960s she sampled a strong taste of fame and anti-fame when she was hanging around artist Andy Warhol and the creative misfits who populated his famous Factory. Her proximity to the basic sensationalism of such Warhol films as Trash and Flesh taught Mary that art could be achieved in low places and that almost any movie can be improved if a lanky, brooding, dark-haired woman takes off her clothes and teases her nipples to erection. It is also beneficial if she makes out with another naked chick or if she stands and flexes her exposed ass muscles at the camera. See the formula worked to perfection in Sugar Cookies (1973), Death Race 2000 (1975), Eating Raoul (1982), and Angel of H.E.A.T. (1982).
Kemek (1970) - as Mary Wonderly