In the pantheon of actors who came of age during the s, few seemed as destined for superstardom of Rebecca De Mornay. Then again, few '80s actors could lay claim the same blend of wit, humanity, and raw not to mention refreshingly unapologetic sexuality that seemed to put De Mornay a cut above most of her contemporaries. Indeed, it was those very qualities that helped get her a foot in Hollywood's coveted door and land a minor role in Francis Ford Coppola's largely forgotten musical romantic drama One from the Heart.
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Golden-haired, milky-bodied Rebecca De Mornaythe daughter of hotheaded right-wing TV talker Wally Georgedebuted as a hooker with a heart-on in Risky Businessscorching the classic and classy sex satire so incandescently that even headliner Tom Cruise looked like he was genuinely digging her steamy sex act. In And God Created Womana remake of the movie that made Brigitte Bardot a universal synonym for heat, Rebecca did the French tart one better with zipper-popping skin. The Hand that Rocks the Cradle rocked the crotch, too.
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The French doors blow open and in breezes a young woman with alabaster skin and lake-blue eyes, a vision so sexy that to the groggy teenage boy on the couch she could be a dream. As Lana, the Chicago call girl who teaches a suburban adolescent Tom Cruise everything he ever wanted to know about love and money, Rebecca De Mornay makes an alluring screen entrance in the sleeper hit Risky Business. That scene delights Rebecca.
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External image. She plays a woman who loses her husband, and her baby in quick succession. Her husband was a obstetrician and a repeat sexual offender. The basic plot is that a pregnant woman Annabella Sciorra is assaulted by her doctor, and tells her husband.