Chesty Morgan

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Chesty Morgan
Deadly weapons poster 01.jpg
Morgan in poster for Deadly Weapons (1974)
Born 1936/1937 (age 76–77)
Other names Zsa Zsa, Chesty Gaborr
Height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[citation needed]
Spouse(s) Joseph Wilczkowski (1950s–1965); Dick Stello (1974–1979)

Chesty Morgan (real name Lillian Stello)[1] is a Polish-born,[citation needed] American,[2] retired exotic dancer of Jewish descent who also starred in two films directed by Doris Wishman.[3] Morgan was billed as having a 73-inch bust measurement.[1]

Career[edit]

Unlike many of the modern adult entertainment stars with large breasts, Morgan's were not augmented with implants. According to the 1988 edition of Guinness Movie Facts & Feats, her bust measurement is the largest on record for a film star.[4]

She began her career as an exotic dancer in the early 1970s; her last performance as an exotic dancer was in Houston on the first night of the Persian Gulf War in 1991.[1]

She starred in two Doris Wishman films: Deadly Weapons and Double Agent 73. She was also filmed by Federico Fellini as Barbarina in Fellini's Casanova, but her scenes were cut.[1] Clips from Doris Wishman's two 1970s sexploitation films, based around Morgan's very large breasts, were featured in John Waters' 1994 film, Serial Mom. Waters also wrote a role for Morgan in his never-made feature Flamingos Forever.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

As a young girl growing up near Warsaw, Poland, she was orphaned when her parents were killed by the Nazis after the invasion of Poland. Sent to Israel, she lived in a series of orphanages before ending up in a kibbutz,[1] Ein Gev.[citation needed]

She married an American and moved to New York in the 1960s; he was killed in a Brooklyn robbery in 1965, when she was 27 and her two daughters were 4 years old and 4 months old.[1][2] In 1974,[citation needed] Morgan married National League baseball umpire Dick Stello. The two divorced in 1979, but remained friends.[1]

As of 2009, she was retired and living in Florida.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Klinkenberg, Jeff (December 11, 2009). "Chesty Morgan: A life more than skin deep". St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, Florida). Retrieved 2013-03-04. 
  2. ^ a b Denise Rainis (6 February 1984). "Her Statistics add up to 'class act'". The Telegraph (Nashua, New Hampshire). p. 32. Retrieved 10 February 2010. 
  3. ^ Martin, Douglas (August 19, 2002). "Doris Wishman, 'B' Film Director, Dies". The New York Times. 
  4. ^ Robertson, Patrick (1988). Guinness Movie Facts & Feats. New York: Guinness Books. p. 103. ISBN 0-85112-899-8. 

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