Firm derriere, perky pretties, and a golden, Enchanted Forest-like triangle—that's our official scouting report on the wickedly hot Wendy Lyon. This Canadian cupcake showed every glorious inch of her bodacious bod in Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987), an unrelated sequel to the 1980 Jamie Lee Curtis horror hit. Wendy played Vicki Carpenter, an innocent high-schooler possessed by the spirit of angry, dead trollop Mary Lou Maloney. Under the maniacal mind control of Mary Lou, an oft-naked Vicki dabbled in murder (bad) and lesbianism (good). One of Wendy’s earliest roles, she continued to rise up the entertainment ladder, and scored the regular gig of Rebecca Sims in the Canadian/UK series The Campbells from 1986-1990. More recent fans of Wendy will know her better as Irma Weibe in the WGN series Pure in 2017, and as Carrie Rhodes in 2019 in the US network primetime series Designated Survivor with Keifer Sutherland. She was also Sally in the Oscar-winning silver-screen movie The Shape of Water (2017). And somewhere between being 20ish and being 50ish, she was also Donna Barnes in Hidden Agenda (1999) with Christopher Plummer, Elsie in Focus (2001) with William H. Macy, and Norma in Regression (2015) with Ethan Hawke. If you’re an anime fan, you might recognize her voice as Queen Serenity or a number of other characters in the animated series Sailor Moon in 1995; or if you lean more toward PBS, you’ll recall seeing a very young version of her as Prissy in the mini-series Anne of Green Gables in 1985, which they slap on air every couple of years or so when they’re looking for money. The allure of Wendy is strong; Mr. Skin subscribes to everything she’s offering.