It was 1984, the year billboards began springing up all over LA featuring a mysterious, buxom beauty named Angelyne. The city was electrified. Who was she? What was her story? What was her endgame? Turns out, she was an actress with a highly unorthodox (or prescient, you decide) approach to fame. Director James Jaeger was casting the lead for his first feature, Over Exposed, later renamed Snapshot Blues, and invited the fresh-faced Angelyne to audition for the part of Angela Quail. This is the audition tape with Andrew Cofrin.
And it’s Uh. May. Zing.
Sadly, she didn’t get the role. It went to Penthouse centerfold, Monique Gabrielle, who had just come off the production of Bachelor Party starring a young Tom Hanks. But ah, what could have been.