"They're real," declared Teri Hatcher to a frustrated Jerry Seinfeld before stomping out his apartment door, "and they're spectacular!" That famous TV moment catapulted the voluptuous brunette's career up, up, and away, as her now "larger profile" convinced network execs to cast her as Lois Lane on the now-defunct ABC hit Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. But before Superman had his eyes on her super mams, Mr. Skin was already watching Teri's tomatoes ripen on the vine in The Cool Surface (1994), her first and breast exposure. She went the full monty in Heaven's Prisoners (1996), though a pesky balcony railing makes it difficult to see Teri's hairy thatcher. She's since gone on to one of filmdom's hottest catfights with Charlize Theron in 2 Days in the Valley (1996), disrobed for 007 in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), and became one of the hottest Desperate Housewives in history. Teri was born from smart stock—her father's a nuclear physicist and her mom's a computer programmer—but she's left the brains to them and has used her body to succeed from an early age. While at Fremont High School in California, Teri was captain of the Featherettes, a cheerleading dance team, and was voted Most Likely to Become a Solid Gold Dancer by her graduating class in 1982. Instead she became a member of the 1984 Gold Rush, a professional cheerleading squad for the San Francisco 49ers. The 34B-23-34 temptress had better places to shake her pom-poms and made her show-business debut as a dancing mermaid on The Love Boat. The rest is history—that is, the history of a legion of dead se(a)men.