We most certainly wouldn’t mind being shamelessly devoted to the luscious Suteara Vaughn who is enticing viewers on television this week. She has a recurring role as Ariel and in the episode ‘I Am A Storm’, Suteara works with Fiona (Emmy Rossum) to drum up business by throwing a speakeasy party at Patsy’s Pies. Emmy gives a tour-de-force performance as Fiona who has descended into jadedness. Perhaps preparations for the party could lift her spirits and as Ariel there’s will be more of the foxy Suteara to fawn over in future episodes too. Suteara made a positive impression in her scenes with Emmy and she has the budding talents to dazzle this industry. She’s already usurping two stereotypes on TV, that of being curvier and not stick skinny as well as being cast as an Asian American character on a hit show. We did lose a beloved one on “The Walking Dead” but perhaps they could cast Suteara one day. Another strong women on that series should stir things up even more!
Thanks for reminding me Summertime. And the gif is awesome. Do check it out on above link.
And love this of David Tennant and Billie.
And why not some lovely pictures of Madeline Smith more noted from Hammer horror movies in the 70s and of course in 1973 she played the Bond girl Miss Caruso in the post-titles sequence of Live and Let Die, the first James Bond film starring Roger Moore. She was recommended for the role by Moore himself, having previously appeared with him in an episode of The Persuaders! on TV.
She won the “Miss Teenage Memphis” contest in 1966 and the “Model of the Year” contest in 1968. She became a fashion icon and went on to grace the cover of every major magazine, as well as famously act as spokesperson for L’Oreal. This lead to her acting and on her screen debut in Peter Bogdanovich’s The Last Picture Show (1971). Nominated for Most Promising Newcomer, Shepherd continued to build her film career with influential roles in The Heartbreak Kid (1972) and Taxi Driver (1976).. but most of us probably remember her from Moonlighting tv series in the 80s with Bruce Willis. Well I do at least.
Just love her and she was so profilic in the 70s with a lot of movies under her belt.
Lynda Carter is an American actress and singer, best known for being Miss World USA in 1972 and as the star of the DC Comics TV series Wonder Woman, which lasted from 1975 to 1979.
Sometime I just can’t win but am ok to have lost with my Swedish girl against this hot tamale of Ukraine sexiness. So to celebrate her win from my last posts Ukraine vs Sweden, here is some hot shots of her. Update: Forgot to close the poll and now Sweden is winning, whatta hell are you people doing to me
“Thank God I’m single! I hate jealousy, I hate possessiveness. I’m nobody’s possession.”
– Olga Kurylenko
You probably remember her from Buffy but she has grown up since then, still the same face which is slightly creepy but her body has filled up in amazingly nice proportions. One sexy girl as she shows in FHM Magazine
I do love NCIS for it’s well written and entertaining but mostly I do love the character of Abby. She rocks my world…
Pauley Perrette (born March 27, 1969) is an American actress, best known for playing Abby Sciuto on the U.S. TV series NCIS, a role that has made her the most popular actress on U.S. primetime television. She is also a published writer, a singer and civil rights advocate.
and who can forget her in her Marilyn Monroe outfit, I re-watched that episode quite a lot.
TRACY PHILLIPS is a striking agglomerate of risque sensuality and nostalgic radiance, a glamorpuss at the pinnacle of her feminine wiles. There’s an extroadinary woman! Those were the very words uttered when TRACY appeared in all her Belly Dancing glory from a scene in “Charlie Wilson’s War” where she beguiles leery eyes to further diplomatic ties. She followed that up with a tease of an appearance in “Hell Ride” clad in the most cleavage friendly of revealing black dresses.
thanks to Gorno Blonde for pointing out this sexy babe.
Ingrid Bergman (29 August 1915 – 29 August 1982) was a Swedish actress who starred in a variety of European and American films. She won three Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards, and the Tony Award for Best Actress. She is ranked as the fourth greatest female star of American cinema of all time by the American Film Institute. She is best remembered for her roles as Ilsa Lund in Casablanca and as Alicia Huberman in Notorious (1946), an Alfred Hitchcock thriller co-starring Cary Grant.