The talented actress and model Valerie Perrine has an extensive filmography, ranging from the early 1970s to the present day. She rose to fame after playing Carlotta Monti in W.C. Fields and Me (1976) and in 1978 played Miss Eve Teschmacher in Superman. In both films, she received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Since then, Perrine has worked on various lower-profile projects. Her most recent appearance was in the 2000 Mel Gibson film What Women Want. She guest-starred in the 1995 series Homicide: Life on the Street.
The actress was once a showgirl in Las Vegas Valerie Perrine, but she found her big break while attending a dinner party. While chatting with her boyfriend, a casting agent noticed her and asked if she had ever performed on stage or screen before. After a brief audition, Valerie Perrine wore a showgirl outfit and a G-string to get the role. The casting agent then asked her to take a screen test, and she got the part of Montana Wildhack in Slaughterhouse Five.
In 1973, Perrine’s role as a lone female in a sauna starred Michael Sacks. After the film’s release, she met Vonnegut and expressed her pleasure over its cinematic adaptation. In 1974, Perrine appeared in another film, Steambath, where she played a lone woman trapped inside a sauna – the eponymous “waiting room” of heaven.
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