Angela Aames

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Angela Aames
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Angela Aames
Born Lois Marie Tlustos
(1956-02-27)February 27, 1956
Pierre, South Dakota, U.S.
Died November 27, 1988(1988-11-27) (aged 32)
West Hills, San Fernando Valley, California, U.S.
Cause of death deterioration of heart muscle
Other names Angela Haugland
Occupation Actress
Years active 1978–1988
Spouse(s) Mark Haughland (1987–1988) (her death)

Angela Aames (February 27, 1956 – November 27, 1988), born Lois Marie Tlustos, was an American actress known for her buxom blonde bombshell image.[1]

Career[edit]

Angela Aames's first film role was as Little Bo Peep in the adult film Fairy Tales (1979). The same year, she played Linda "Boom-Boom" Bangs in the movie H.O.T.S. (1979).

Her film roles included ...All the Marbles (1981), Scarface (1983), Bachelor Party (1984), Basic Training (1985), and Chopping Mall (1986). She did guest appearances on several television shows, including Cheers (1982), and Night Court (1984).

In 1983, she appeared on Cinemax's Likely Stories, playing an 80-foot-tall (24 m) giantess. She played a supporting roles in the 1983 fantasy adventure The Lost Empire, directed by Jim Wynorski.[2]

In the opening credits of Bachelor Party (1984), Aames appears in a photography studio as a buxom mother having baby pictures taken with her child, along with the bachelors. She appeared in a recurring role as Penny, a fitness instructor, on The Dom DeLuise Show (1987).

Personal life[edit]

Aames married Mark Haughland on June 27, 1987.[citation needed]

She was found dead at a friend's home in West Hills in the San Fernando Valley on November 27, 1988. The coroner later ruled that her death was a result of a deterioration of the heart muscle, probably caused by a virus.[2][3]

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1978 Fairy Tales Little Bo Peep
1979 H.O.T.S. Boom-Boom Bangs
1981 ...All the Marbles Louise, Girl in Harry's Room
1982 Boxoffice Starlet Suzi
1983 Scarface Woman at Babylon Club
1984 The Lost Empire Heather McClure
Bachelor Party Mrs. Klupner
1985 Basic Training Cheryl
1986 Chopping Mall Miss Vanders
1988 Flex

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1979 Angie Babs 1 Episode, The Gambler
1979 - 81 B. J. and the Bear Honey / Charisse 5 Episodes
1980 Mork & Mindy Girl #1 1 Episode, Mork's Vacation
The Comeback Kid Sherry TV Movie
This Year's Blonde Blonde at Pool TV Movie
1981 The Perfect Woman TV Movie
Hill Street Blues Grieving Widow 1 Episode, I Never Promised You a Rose, Marvin
Charlie and the Great Balloon Chase Gangster's Moll (Uncredited) TV Movie
1982 Cheers Brandee 1 Episode, Sam's Woman
1983 Likely Stories, Vol. 4 Mimi Vanderveen TV Movie
The Love Boat Laurie Jeffers 1 Episode, Fountain of Youth/Bad Luck Cabin/Uncle Daddy
Automan Bartender 1 Episode, Staying Alive While Running a High Flashdance Fever
1984 Alice Tawney 1 Episode, Romancing Mr. Stone
1984 - 86 The Fall Guy Louisa Duncan 2 Episodes
1985 The Cracker Brothers TV Movie
Brothers Rita 1 Episode, A Carnation by Any Other Name
Hardcastle and McCormick The Girl 1 Episode, Conventional Warfare
1985 - 87 Night Court Angela / Ursula / Debbie 4 Episodes
1987 The Dom DeLuise Show Penny 1 Episode, #1.1

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/lois-marie-tlustos_130555305
  2. ^ a b "Raven de la Croix: From Russ Meyer to the Realm of Spirits". rantingsofamadwoman.com. Retrieved 2008-12-12. The aftermath of "The Lost Empire" is even eerier than the film, because a startling number of the picture's principals have since died. "Angela Aames died of a heart attack reportedly caused by alcohol and cocaine (speed balls) [in 1988]. She was a beautiful girl, and very nice. I think she was troubled because she was becoming popular for something she didn't consider valuable, her sex appeal. She didn't appreciate herself enough." 
  3. ^ "Actress Aames Died of Heart Problem". Los Angeles Times. December 24, 1988

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