When Kelly LeBrock was 16 years old, she followed in her mother's footsteps and became a fashion model. She was extremely successful, representing high-fashion labels like Christian Dior, and becoming recognized as the face of Pantene shampoo. Her modeling success was easily parlayed into an acting career when she became the go-to film-fantasy beauty throughout the 1980s. Her first role was playing the title character in the Gene Wilder comedy "The Woman in Red," about a man who becomes obsessed with a woman he sees on the street. Her follow-up role came in 1985, playing a dream woman created by two nerdy boys on their computer, in the John Hughes-directed teen comedy "Weird Science." In 1987, LeBrock married for the second time, to action star Steven Seagal and in 1990, she teamed up with him to play a nurse he must protect in his action film "Hard to Kill." In 1993, she appeared in her next film, the crime-thriller "Betrayal of the Dove," alongside Helen Slater and Billy Zane. That year, she also had a voice-acting role starring in an animated television adaptation of the classic Charles Dickens tale "David Copperfield." Later, she went on to appear in such films as 1996's "Tracks of a Killer," 2002's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," and in 2007, "The Mirror." Following her brother's death in 2008, she slowed her performing career to dedicate her time to helping cancer sufferers.