Gary is recognized most for starring in the Jaws films as Ellen Brody. She retired early from acting after starring in Spielberg’s 1941.
However, she came back briefly for a reprisal of Ellen Brady in Jaws: The Revenge in 1987. Since her reprisal of the 1987 Jaws sequel, Gary has once again retired from the spotlight. She is married to entertainment industry executive Sidney Sheinberg, and the pair has two children. She spends her time volunteering as a member of the Humans Rights Watch Africa Advisory Committee and the Human Rights Watch Women’s Rights Advisory Committee.
Sophia Loren started acting in 1950 at age 15. She started her career in small roles until getting signed by Paramount with a 5-film contract. Her international fame came after her performance as Cesira in “Two Women” for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress. She became the first actress to win an Oscar for a foreign-language film. Her career further grew with roles in movies such as “Man of La Mancha,” “A Special Day,” and “Brass Target.”
Her final appearance came in the 2014 short film “Human Voice.” She may no longer be acting, but she is definitely still beautiful.
Cheryl Ladd gained recognition for playing Kris Munroe in the hit series “Charlie’s Angels,” from 1977-1981. In 1978, she had her first single “Think It Over,” reach #34 on the Top 100 Billboard chart. She released three more albums following that. In 1980, she gifted the Super Bowl with her voice while singing the National Anthem.
Since the ’70s, her most memorable performances were in “Millennium” in 1989, and “Poison Ivy,” in 1992. In 2016, she played in the hit mini-series “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.” She has continued to appear in various T.V series and movies.
Also known as Maria Tafari, this woman is best known for her page 3 career. She was born in 1969 and at the early age of 16 already appeared on the so-called controversial page. By the 1980s she was already considered one of the most successful glamour models.
She had her long 15 minutes of fame on "The Beny Hill Show" in 1983 and had a role in "Whoops Apocalypse". She was married to the music producer Rebel MC yet today is single.
Helen Shapiro was of the most successful British Jazz and Pop singers. In the 1960s, being only a teenager, Shapiro had a voice considered "far beyond her teen years". This magnificent woman toured with the Beatles in 1963.
Shapiro has starred in the hit "Call the Midwife" and has contributed her voice to the soundtrack of "Butterfly Kiss" and "Ring-A-Ding Rhythm". It is unknown if she is still performing.