Jennifer Jason Leigh is an accomplished American actress with a long and successful acting career. Her most notable role to this date might probably still be Fast Times at Ridgemont High.
Fast Times was a typical coming-of-age teen movie but the Library of Congress deemed it “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” enough to be preserved for future generations. Maybe Jennifer Jason Leigh’s topless scene and Phoebe Cates’ bikini boobs had something to do with that.
She followed that up with a string of movies in the 90s like Miami Blues, Last Exit to Brooklyn and Single White Female, where she was a terrifying villain opposite Bridget Fonda. In the 2000s, Jennifer made a comeback in supporting roles of big blockbuster films. She was the housewife in the gangster movie Road to Perdition. She was a prostitute aside Christian Bale in The Machinist. She also had a regular role on the short-lived series Revenge.
In more recent years, she was known for her role in the The Hateful Eight. The movie had so much hype that she as invited to the Comicon panel to answer questions with awkward nerds.
In all seriousness, Jennifer Jason Leigh is a fantastic actress. She’s super talented and we would have definitely loved to see her work with David Lynch. Can you imagine her with Sherilyn Fenn and Madchen Amick in original Twin Peaks? It would have been awesome.
Being a serious actress devoted to her craft, Leigh has done nudity in many films. Even full frontal nudity with a very cleanly shaven vagina, which you can see in Flesh + Blood and again in Single White Female.
She’s also super adorable in Miami Blues, rocking a short haircut that still inspires women to cut their hair. We’ve also included some paparazzi photos right at the bottom which show her topless at the beach. Her boobs look even better with age!
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)
Flesh + Blood (1985)
Sister Sister (1987)
Single White Female (1992)
Miami Blues (1990)
And here’s a collection of her best nude scenes from The Moment (2013), The Machinist (2004), Margot at the Wedding (2007), Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989), Rush (1991), Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994), Skipped Parts (2000) and The King Is Alive (2000).