Gorgeous Susan George began acting at age four, and she's still going strong. The Strange Affair (1968) contains the first appearance of Susan's skin, which may explain why famously macho director Sam Peckinpah got so hot to cast her as the sexually ravaged wife of milquetoast-gone-vigilante Dustin Hoffman in Straw Dogs (1971). That film, and its unblinking brutal assault scene, continue to be automatically associated with Susan, even though she doffed her top in the slave-trade exploitation classic Mandingo (1975), the Jaws (1975) rip-off Tintorera (1977), and the gory spooker The House Where Evil Dwells (1982). Sweet Sue continues to perform in England, where she lives with her husband, actor Simon MacCorkindale. Mr. Skin wishes she'd uncork her bubblies at least one more time. Cheers!
Kiss My Grits (1982) - as Baby