Throughout the '80s and '90s, everyone's chesty besty Wally Ann Wharton appeared as a phony guest on the talk shows Donahue and Geraldo, molding herself to fit the part the producers needed for each episode's topic. It's a good thing the internet wasn't around back then, since picking a woman with juicy jugs like hers would mean the jig would be up pretty quick, as scores of horny guys took to the web to play a sexy version of "where's Wally?" Although it is sometimes claimed these talk show producers tried to keep her from landing movie roles so people didn't realize she was an actress, Wally’s whoppers have wandered into feature films since her debut in the stoner comedy Up in Smoke (1978). You'll need a cigarette after seeing how much Wally shows her WAWsers in Cheerleaders Wild Weekend (1979). Sometimes known as "The Great American Girl Robbery" it's the story of a bunch of old football players that kidnap some cheerleaders that does not rob us of any nudity. In it, we see Wally topless flashing some tailgater turned masturbator following behind her schoolbus, flashing a man with a revolver in his hand, doing a sexy dance that also shows her bum, and joining a topless lineup of cheerbabes with their pom poms out. It's a pyramid of sexual cinema! We just wish we saw Wharton doing the business! She joined the legendary Andy Kaufman in Heartbeeps (1981), Phil Hartman and Charles Grodin in Last Resort (1986) before, in 1993, she started taking roles in hardcore porn flicks. XXX fans will recognize her from flicks like GoldenRod (1996), Hot Ice (1999), Slave to Sin (2007), and a super racist series of mid 2000's pornos that use Wally as a faux documentarian investigating white chicks that are into big black cocks, full of racial humor that's meant to shock, but whose titles use an outdated term now rarely heard outside of the all black college fund. It didn't age well, but we can't cancel a woman with cans like that! These days Wally has been doing some writing and drawing, including doing political cartoon and caricatures as well as creating paper dolls and coloring action figures. Good golly, the multitalented Wally Ann Wharton will have you sportin serious wood!