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I apologize for the duplicate post, but for the life of me I can't figure out why DL keeps smooshing together everything I write, even when I put hard returns and line spaces between sections. Any advice on how to better control the formatting will be much appreciated. As a gesture of gratitude I furnish you with another pick of the Swedish wonder--
REPEAT OF PRIOR POST, with hopefully better, intended spacing intact:
For women who were stars throughout their teen years, I would have to say the leaders in the race are La Liz, Brooke, Natalie Wood (great pic R241), and yes, Lisa Welchel (check out R158's pic for confirmation). With Shields and Welchel, it's interesting how both of them remained beautiful but lost their truly stunning quality once they hit their twenties, whereas with some other actresses their most intense passage of beauty does not arrive till later. Kim Basinger, who I think is the most gorgeous actress of the last fifty years, was at her most ravishing between the ages of 35-40. Prior to that she was undeniably beautiful, of course (and since as well), but she reached her pinnacle of pulchritude in that 35-40 window.
R105, thanks for finding that teen photo of Lana. Very interesting. She really does look about 40-45 there. R198, your comparison of her to a hotel maid from Sarajevo made me laugh out loud. :-)
Seeing all these pics makes me realize someone should have written and cast a movie in 1986 with Jennifer Connelly, Phoebe Cates and Mia Sara playing a trio of nubile sisters. And despite all the theories in the thread, it would appear that we are no closer to discovering the true story behind the shocking disappearance of JC's astounding breasts.
Milla always struck me as the heir apparent to Shields' looks. But she too ditched modeling to get into acting with quite meh results. One thing I never understood is why she didn't pursue music further. She released an excellent, major label album called The Divine Comedy filled with lovely songs she sings well and which she wrote herself (the sound/style was very Lilith Fair, but pre-Lilith). She released an experimental album four years later that sank like a stone and has seemingly abandoned music altogether. Tis a pity because she's a better musician than actress.
R128, How do you reconcile "attractive" with "coarse-looking"? I was standing beside Graham about eighteen months ago and she looks like a china doll in person. No apparent work done, hardly any make-up, skin like bisque and a lithe physique. A random person on the street would likely guess she was about 28-30 (she was 46 at the time). Personally, I think she's a very bland actress (and was excruciatingly miscast as the successor to Elizabeth Hurley in the Austin Powers series), but you have really mischaracterized her appearance.
R156, with your nomination of Tatum O'Neal, is it safe to assume you're a lesbian?
R190, you made me smile. But I'll remind you too that Carteris is the President of the Screen Actors Guild and her brainy, age-defying work as Andrea Z. was simply preparation for her real life industry role all these years later.
R206, Everyone's always making fun of Reese Witherspoon's knobby jaw, and yet no one ribs Jessica Alba for having the same fault. I have never understood that.
R211, Props to you for a necessary, legitimate addition (the original Liv) to the discussion, and very wittily delivered, to boot!
R196, I must assume in your list of the "NEVER beautiful" that Lisa Welchel was a typographical error. Either that or you are an alum from the Perkins School for the Blind. Did you not see the pic at R158?
For those actresses who were not stars all through their adolescence, but did indeed come to prominence before leaving their teens --and could therefore be the ultimate answer to the OP's question--I give you Ann-Margret, 19 when she filmed Pocket Full of Miracles, her screen debut, for which she was awarded the Golden Globe for Best New Star of the Year...