Vibrant, buxom, ravishing and voluptuous redhead beauty Joy Boushel only acted in a handful of movies and TV shows for just ten years, but she nonetheless made a nice favorable impression with her winning blend of bubbly vitality and unbridled sex appeal. Boushel made her splendidly spirited debut as the sassy waitress Sally in the enjoyably lowbrow comedy "Pick-Up Summer" (1980). Joy was likewise solid and credible as a primitive cave woman in the excellent "Quest for Fire" (1981). Moreover, she had memorably sexy roles in the horror films "Terror Train" (1980), "Humongous" (1982), and David Cronenberg's outstanding "The Fly" (1986), giving an especially notable turn in the latter as the enticing young woman Jeff Goldblum picks up in a bar. Alas, despite a funny part in the hit comedy "Look Who's Talking" (1989) her acting career came to a sudden complete end in the early 90s.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Η μύγα – The Fly (1986)||August 15, 1986|