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This impressively-endowed actress of erotic films got her start with Russ Meyer, the director, writer and producer of myriad comic, soft-core porn films. Natividad gained Meyer's attention through winning such beauty contests as "Miss Nude Cosmopolitan" and was cast as a cheery nympho in his "Up" (1976) and starred in the memorably-titled "Beneath the Valley of the Ultravixens" (1979), as one of "six chicks in search of a cluck."
Natividad made a bid for mainstream fame with George Bowers' teen comedy "My Tutor" (1982), but her role was a small one. Even more demoralizing was her brief role as a stripper in another teen comedy, "The Wild Life" (1984). She returned to porn with starring roles in "Takin' It Off" (1985) and "Bodacious Ta-Ta's" ("the erotic XXX version of 'Risky Business'"). Follow-up titles included the eagerly-awaited sequel "Takin' It All Off" (1987), "Fresh Tits of Bel Air," "Big Boob Lottery" and a German religious comedy "Die Spalte/The Slit" (1995), co-starring Udo Kier.
Undaunted, Natividad continued to turn up in mainstream fare, playing small roles in the horror fantasy "The Tomb" (1986) and Walter Hill's big-budgeted comedy "Another 48 Hrs." (1990). Among her more recent titles are "Buford's Beach Bunnies" (1992) and "Red Lips" (1995).
Cast (Feature Film)
First film with Russ Meyer, "Up" (also first-known film credit)
First mainstream film, George Bowers' "My Tutor"