Highly uncommon 8x10-inch black and white portrait, showing her ample bosom through a fish-net shirt, boldly signed in black marker in the 1980s. In very good condition. Gorgeous, pneumatic singer, dancer and actress Joey Heatherton was one of the 1960s' most scrumptious sexpots, second in popularity only to Ann-Margret. She showed considerable promise as a leading lady, playing troubled, vulnerable neurotics in films like Twilight of Honor (1963), Where Love Has Gone (1964), My Blood Runs Cold (1965), Of Mice and Men (1968), and The Ballad of Andy Crocker (1969). Sadly, her career collapsed in the early 1970s, due to struggles with an eating disorder and substance abuse. In 1990, she had a memorable cameo as Milton's mother in John Water's cult favorite Cry-Baby.