Taryn Power was conceived by a blow from the infamous flesh sword of super swashbuckler Tyrone Power. She started her career in the Spanish-language Colombian production María (1971). Of course, she played the title role in the film, but, unfortunately, 1971 wasn't exactly a banner year for Colombian cinema in the States. Taryn next followed in her daddy's footsteps and took a turn toward the hallowed hills of Holly-wad, although from the distance of a role in the made-for-British-TV movie The Count of Monte Cristo (1975) with the likes of Richard Chamberlain and Tony Curtis. It was a step in the right direction, anyway. Finally, Taryn landed her first American skinematic gig as the gentle collegiate love interest of war-torn Dennis Hopper in Tracks (1976). It's a triumphant treat, representing the best-ever looks at Taryn's real powers, namely those sitting high on her chest. Sure, they're brief looks at best, and the right hooter makes its appearance a full half-hour before the left one, but voyeurs can't be choosers. Taryn returned to the blimey shores of Bri-tit-ain for a turn in Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977). In spite of its misleading G rating, this fantasy offered prime bunnage and brief breastitudity from both Taryn and none other than Jane Seymour--and you do "see more"--not bad for a kiddie flick. Unfortunately, Taryn pretty much dropped off the map after that, landing roles here and there in flicks such as Serpiente de mar (1984) and Eating (1900), neither of which served to flash any more flesh than she had flashed before. Her absence is Taryn us apart!