Voluptuous, usually blonde, actress who began her career with decorative roles in such films as the Elvis Presley vehicle, "Clambake" (1967), and attracted some attention for her role as Agent Charlie...
Last notable feature film role in "The Wizard of Speed and Time"
Made a one-shot return to leading lady status for "Biohazard"
Appeared in two films released in New York on the same day, "The Lost Empire" and "The G.I. Executioner" (formerly "Wit's End" and "Dragon Lady"), the latter originally made in 1971
Performed in two porn films, "Titillation" and "Body Talk"
Played a bit part in the cult film, "Repo Man"
Made feature film debut in "Childish Things"
Received top billing for the first time in the low-budget science fiction spoof modelled somewhat on "Barbarella" (1968), "Curious Female"
Film career declined; worked as a nightclub entertainer
Played recurring role of Charlie Watkins, CONTROL agent, on the sitcom, "Get Smart" in the late 1960s; credited as "Angelique"
Voluptuous, usually blonde, actress who began her career with decorative roles in such films as the Elvis Presley vehicle, "Clambake" (1967), and attracted some attention for her role as Agent Charlie, a male colleague of CONTROL agent Maxwell Smart (Don Adams), seen only in "female" drag, on TV's "Get Smart". During this period Pettyjohn also played the role for which she is best remembered, a silver lame bikini-clad "thrall" assigned to train Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) for battle in the "Star Trek" episode "The Gamesters of Triskelion".<p> One of few performers to switch from mainstream films to porn, Pettyjohn made several hardcore flicks in the early 80s (billed as either "Angelique" or "Heaven St. John"), as well as the soft-core comedy about strippers, "Takin' It Off" (1984).