Canadian actress and model Jud Tylor got her start playing a secretary in a 1999 episode of the sci-fi crime series "Viper". The year 2001 alone serves as an accurate measure of Tylor's versatility: she appeared in the romantic comedy-drama "Suddenly Naked", the sci-fi adventure series "Andromeda", and the action series "Seven Days", as well as a recurring role on the boundary-pushing teen drama series "Edgemont". Tylor would also play a recurring role on the hit comedy "That '70s Show" from 2005 to 2006. She scored what is perhaps her most prominent part in the 2003 television film "Behind The Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company". Tylor portrayed "Three's Company" star Suzanne Somers opposite Bret Anthony as John Ritter and Melanie Deanne Moore as Joyce DeWitt. 2007 found her demonstrating her range once again with her starring role in the horror thriller "Dead Tone". That same year Tylor landed a supporting role in Mike Nichols' political comedy-drama "Charlie Wilson's War", appearing alongside such luminaries as Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Tylor's career as a model has been as successful as her acting pursuits; among the many men's magazines she has posed for are Maxim and Stuff.