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Angela Aames

  • Birthday:February 27, 1956
  • Birth Place: Pierre, South Dakota
  • Biography: Angela Aames (died November 27, 1988 in West Hills, California) was an American actress with an able screen presence and a promising career as a "blonde bombshell" type. She acted in high school and attended the University of South Dakota before coming to Hollywood in 1978 to begin her acting career. Her first film role was as Little Bo Peep in the film Fairy Tales (1979). She followed that up by playing Linda "Boom-Boom" Bang in the movie H.O.T.S. (1979). Other film roles included Scarface (1983), Bachelor Party (1984), Basic Training (1985), and Chopping Mall (1986). She did guest appearances on several television shows, including Cheers (1982), and Night Court (1984). Her last role was as Penny, a fitness instructor, on The Dom DeLuise Show (1987). Career summary Aames made her mark in Hollywood during the late 1970s and 1980s while appearing in a string of silly T & A comedies and exploitation movies. Sadly, her appearances on numerous TV shows in sexy bit parts amounted to little more than window dressing. While she aspired to be a comedienne, her ample curves made her most suitable to play the series of voluptuous party girls and sex kittens that eventually would comprise her resume. In 1983, she appeared on Cinemax's Likely Stories, playing an 80-foot (25 m) tall, bikini-clad giantess. Bachelor Party In 1984, she had arguably her most memorable moment on-screen, in the now-cult classic Tom Hanks vehicle Bachelor Party. During the film's opening credits, Aames appears in Adrian Zmed's photography studio as a mother having baby pictures taken of her infant child. With a red "come get me" top cut practically to her navel, she made indelible impressions on legions of adoring male fans. Non-film/television work Aames was featured in a number of publications over the years, including Adam Magazine, Playboy, Partner, Variety, Celebrity Sleuth, Femme Fatales and the National Enquirer. Death She was found dead at a friend's home in West Hills in the San Fernando Valley on November 27, 1988. The coroner later ruled that her death was a result of a deterioration of the heart muscle, probably caused by a virus. She was 32 at the time.
    Angela Aames (died November 27, 1988 in West Hills, California) was an American actress with an able screen presence and a promising career as a "blonde bombshell" type.

    She acted in high school and attended the University of South Dakota before coming to Hollywood in 1978 to begin her acting career. Her first film role was as Little Bo Peep in the film Fairy Tales (1979). She followed that up by playing Linda "Boom-Boom" Bang in the movie H.O.T.S. (1979).

    Other film roles included Scarface (1983), Bachelor Party (1984), Basic Training (1985), and Chopping Mall (1986). She did guest appearances on several television shows, including Cheers (1982), and Night Court (1984). Her last role was as Penny, a fitness instructor, on The Dom DeLuise Show (1987).

    Career summary
    Aames made her mark in Hollywood during the late 1970s and 1980s while appearing in a string of silly T & A comedies and exploitation movies. Sadly, her appearances on numerous TV shows in sexy bit parts amounted to little more than window dressing.

    While she aspired to be a comedienne, her ample curves made her most suitable to play the series of voluptuous party girls and sex kittens that eventually would comprise her resume.

    In 1983, she appeared on Cinemax's Likely Stories, playing an 80-foot (25 m) tall, bikini-clad giantess.

    Bachelor Party
    In 1984, she had arguably her most memorable moment on-screen, in the now-cult classic Tom Hanks vehicle Bachelor Party. During the film's opening credits, Aames appears in Adrian Zmed's photography studio as a mother having baby pictures taken of her infant child. With a red "come get me" top cut practically to her navel, she made indelible impressions on legions of adoring male fans.

    Non-film/television work
    Aames was featured in a number of publications over the years, including Adam Magazine, Playboy, Partner, Variety, Celebrity Sleuth, Femme Fatales and the National Enquirer.

    Death
    She was found dead at a friend's home in West Hills in the San Fernando Valley on November 27, 1988. The coroner later ruled that her death was a result of a deterioration of the heart muscle, probably caused by a virus. She was 32 at the time.

Movies - View all clips

The Lost Empire (1985) 2 clips of total 4 clips Top Less 2009-03-19
Bachelor Party (1984) 2 clips of total 5 clips Sexy 2008-07-17
...All The Marbles (1981) 1 clips of total 3 clips Top Less 2008-08-03
Fairy Tales (1979) 1 clips of total 12 clips Full Frontal 2007-10-08
H.O.T.S. (1979) 2 clips of total 8 clips Top Less 2007-03-01