Born in Texas of Swiss/Norwegian parents, Renée Zellweger was destined to be big and beautiful. She does not disappoint. The pretty blonde with the squinty eyes and permanently pouting mouth is a turn-on who turned out to be one of the most successful actresses in Hollywood. But, like her juicy melons, her beginnings were humble, debuting in bit parts in Reality Bites (1994) and Empire Records (1995). But it was in Love and a .45 (1994) that viewers got their first and, frankly, only look at Renée's lovely body. She didn't flash the breast bits but got leggy in her silky panties, was cheeky rolling about in a bedroom scene, and flapped her floppers in a wet baby-T. That led to her being cast as co-star to Tom Cruise in the mega-hit Jerry Maguire (1996). While she didn't show us the honey, Renée was still charming in a girl-next-door-that-we'd-love-to-bang kind of a way. After a brief engagement to funnyman Jim Carrey, Renée put on some pounds and squeezed into a Playboy Bunny suit for her next smash hit, Bridget Jones's Diary (2001), and then lost it for a sleek and sensual turn as a femme fatale in the blockbuster musical Chicago (2002). Oscar gold swooned for her performance in Cold Mountain (2003), but country star Kenny Chesney loved and lost her warm hills in 2005--their quickie marriage was annulled after only four months. Renée finally had a butt flash in the Western Appaloosa (2008), but, alas, that assaloosa belonged to a body double.