LAURIE WALLACE: BLONDE JUSTICE

It’s not always easy being Laurie Wallace. Sure, on the surface, the stunning blonde would seem to have a pretty cushy existence as a B-movie regular and nude model. After all, most young women have to go out and work 9 to 5 jobs — sweating it out in some office or greasy spoon or wherever — just trying to make ends meet. Not Wallace. She’s put her biggest assets to work and hit the jackpot in the world of softcore sexploitation flicks. Best of all, there’s nothing she likes better than being photographed all day long wearing nothing more than a salacious grin. And the phones haven’t stopped ringing yet.
So, none of that everyday softcore starlet stuff is a problem for Wallace. But things start getting tricky when arrogant, washed-up punks like Jeff Goldblum come a-stalkin’ and start throwing their (alleged) weight around. Stuff like that can make a gal’s boyfriend angry. And — wouldn’t you know it — that’s exactly what happened! It’s at moments such as this that it is far easier for Wallace to reflect on the more important things in life such as her childhood days of kicking ass as a competitive Scottish highland dancer — or her real goal, which is a be a TV “hostess.”
Yes, there’s a lot more to Laurie Wallace than meets the eye. In fact, this buxom brainiac attended law school — before deciding to smarten-up and make the good bucks in flicks like “Girl Explores Girl: The Alien Encounter” and “The Erotic Witch Project.” So far, her plan is working like a charm, and it looks like our young heroine will be keeping busy for some time to come making movies rather than working for truth, justice and the American way.
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Posted on June 14, 2002 in Interviews by
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