We’d love to attend a class reunion at Britain’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art since the English establishment boasts such alluring alumni as Gemma Arterton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Andrea Riseborough, Sophie Okonedo, Cynthia Erivo, Allison Janney, Janet McTeer, and Joely Richardson. Of course, we’d be remiss not to add Serena Gordon to this list. The RADA grad made her uncredited film debut in the Merchant and Ivory period piece Maurice back in 1987. But the blonde ingénue had better luck with the small screen since she actually received credits for her guest spots on The New Statesman and Queenie later that year. Even though Serena remained clothed, she was able to expose her range on a variety of shows, from the sitcoms Blue Heaven and The House of Windsor (both in 1994) to the drama Other People’s Children (2000). Through the years, the boob tube babe played Tricia Mabbott on BBC1’s legal series Kinsey (1990) and Acting Superintendent Amanda Prosser on the long-running ITV drama The Bill (2005). In between, the busy beauty could be seen in the 1993 TV movies Jilly Cooper’s Riders and Dancing Queen. The London lass had a small role in the James Bond film GoldenEye (1995), but she shakes and stirs us more per her titillating turn in Chiller. Initially aired in 1995, the supernatural series features Serena’s super naturals! The skintastic sight occurs when she pulls her bare breast out to feed a ghost baby. Oh, mama! Suffice it to say, Serena will make you feel serene!