Worshipful Screen Goddesses
I admit it. I'm a guy. I think women are attractive. At least I think these
women are attractive... and so do other guys. Here are links to their
pages, mostly organized alphabetically.
Balk. Absolutely lovely. Ms. Balk is exemplary of my pathetic weakness
for women with black hair and blue or hazel eyes.
Jovovich. Pretty pretty pretty! And what an actress. If you have a
chance, go see her in the smash hit, The Fifth Element. Hey, it's got
Bruce Willis too. What more could you want?
- Hudson Leick. Very pretty, and she was such
a great villain on the (yes, I actually watch it now and then, odd TV
schedule in my town and nothing else is on) "Xena: Warrior Princess" series.
Roberts. For some reason Ms Roberts has always impressed me. It's not
just the few performances I've seen. I'm probably more impressed by her
off-screen political ventures and the lack of any substantive dirt in her
background - no grist for the tabloid mills I guess. Whenever I've seen any
interviews, she was very calm, self-possessed and actually almost somber,
very serious, alert and completely "un-dizzy". She's also been accepting a
lot of roles which better showcase her talents as an actress than her
physical charms. (I must add here that as of 2 June 1997, I just saw her
interviewed on "Access Hollywood" and am under her spell. I must also add
that in this interview she said she had just discovered the internet, and
the interviewer asked her if she'd search for herself. She acted totally
shocked when told that there were probably thousands of sites and scads of
information, but seemed to take it in stride quite well. Another reason for
respect.) Here's an
- Krista Allen. My
goodness, isn't this former Miss Texas a lovely one!
See also assorted stars and starlets in my Images Repository. Please be warned,
there may be some nudity. Children are advised to not look.
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