Christie Brinkley ruined many vacations in the mid and late 1980's. After her appearance in the 1983 classic 'National Lampoon's Vacation', every young man and dad stuck traveling with their kids and wife was on the lookout for a hot blonde in the Ferrari to come breezing by the family truckster. She never showed up. Luckily, the real Christie Brinkley was all over the place in the 80's and 90's.
Who didn't have a raging crush on Alicia Silverstone in the 90s? Riddle us that.
She was cast in not just one, but three Aerosmith videos for 'Cryin,' 'Crazy,' and 'Amazing' and deciding which video she was the hottest in is like a Sophie's choice scenario we want no part of...
Lark Voorhies' character on 'Saved By the Bell,' Lisa Turtle, singlehandedly upended the dance world, when she and Screech upset power duos the Spandex Twins and The Powerhouse Preppies in a dance off at the Max by inventing The Sprain.
You see, Lisa Turtle's character had the misfortune of hurting her ankle right before the big dance competition hosted by Casey Kasem...
Beer commercials became tolerable to football fans with short attention spans when ad men realized that guys like blonds in skimpy clothes with perky breasts. The day our screens gave us a shot of the gorgeous Klimaszewski sisters, the 'Coors Light Twins,' we built an altar to the glory of Madison Avenue for bringing them into our lives.
You might remember Jenna Von Oy if you were a fan of 'Blossom', where she played Six LeMeure, or 'The Parkers' on UPN. So, what's she been up to? Well, a lot of voice acting...and...country music, from the looks of things.
Claire Forlani was born in Middlesex, England in 1972. She did not hit our radar in the US until 1993, when she starred in the television mini-series 'JFK:Reckless.' Forlani got her first big break as Brandi Svenning in the 1995 Kevin Smith classic film 'Mallrats.'
Appearances in the films 'Dazed and Confused,' 'Bio-Dome' and 'Mallrats' brought her into our lives, but Joey Lauren Adams truly hit the spotlight in 1997 as the girl Ben Affleck pined for in 'Chasing Amy.'
Keri Russell rose to fame in the early 1990s as part of the amazing TV star factory known as 'All-New Mickey Mouse Club' that also spat out Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Ryan Gosling and Justin Timberlake. Russell hit her career high in the late 90s and early 2000s in the show Felicity.