Tisa Farrow proves that even when you have it all, there are no guarantees for stardom. Blessed with high cheekbones, blue eyes and a fit figure, the willowy brunette was born to movie director John Farrow. Mother Maureen O’Sullivan had been a flashy, hot-bodied movie star swinging through the trees in a skimpy animal-hide with Tarzan. Her sister Prudence Farrow was the inspiration for The Beatles song “Dear Prudence” and her other sis Mia Farrow made successful movies with Roman Polanski and Woody Allen. Yet Tisa somehow lived a relatively obscure life despite working as a film actress. Perhaps that’s because she plied her trade in European exploitation pics (And Hope to Die, Anthropophagus, Zombi 2) and lesser-known Canadian-American flicks (Homer, Search and Destroy). The gorgeous ingénue even posed semi-nude for the July issue of Playboy in 1973. Also that year, she made the R-rated movie Some Call It Loving. The erotic drama includes Brandy Herred, Richard Pryor, and Tisa’s nude boobs! By 1978, the pretty performer popped up in the TV movie The Initiation of Sarah and appeared alongside Harvey Keitel in the crime film Fingers. Next came the comedy Manhattan (1979) featuring Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway, Meryl Streep, and a cameo by Ms. T. Farrow. She then showed off her acting chops (as well as her bare breasts) in The Last Hunter (1980). Alas, that’s the last we saw of Tisa, who decided to became a nurse off camera. Well, at least, that’s one way to raise Mr. Skin’s pulse!