Slim, shapely and well-tanned blonde bombshell Cheri Caffaro was born in 1945 in Miami, Florida. Caffaro won a "Lifetime" magazine Brigitte Bardot lookalike contest when she was a teenager and worked as a model throughout the 60s. Cheri achieved a substantial amount of 70s exploitation cinema notoriety by portraying sexy, resourceful and formidable undercover government agent Ginger McAllister in a delightfully down'n'dirty trio of blithely seedy drive-in soft-core action romps: the supremely scuzzy Ginger (1971), the splendidly sleazy The Abductors (1972), and the pleasingly trashy Girls Are for Loving (1973). Cheri was likewise solid and effective as a stuck-up spoiled rich woman in the tawdry A Place Called Today (1972), a tough revolutionary in the fun Savage Sisters (1974), and a cunning, deadly, yet enticing international lady assassin in the entertainingly tacky Too Hot to Handle (1977).
|Movie||Too Hot to Handle||Samantha Fox||1977-02-18|
|Movie||Savage Sisters||Jo Turner||1974-07-01|
|Movie||Girls Are for Loving||Ginger McAllister||1973-05-25|
|Movie||A Place Called Today||Cindy Cartwright||1972-06-15|
|Movie||Up Your Alley||Flapper / Girl at Airport||1971-08-04|