Early life[ edit ] Berkley was born and raised in Farmington Hills , a community located among Detroit 's northern suburbs in the affluent Oakland County, Michigan. She is the daughter of Jere, a gift basket business owner, and Fred Berkley, a lawyer. She was raised in a Conservative Judaism household, and at age 12 had a Bat Mitzvah. She also has a mole on her forehead which she covers with camouflage makeup, citing it was a bother to her growing up, after name calling. She auditioned for the lead role in the film Annie , but was turned down. As her love for dancing increased, she became more interested in pursuing it professionally, traveling to New York to train with other dancers and choreographers.
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It's truly a bad film, but it's so bad that it's great! I just can't help but like the utterly incompetent dialogue Writer, Joe Ezerhaus, known for his over-the-top, overly sexual, homophobic, woman-hating scripts has somehow managed to bring these abhorrent traits together in such a way as to fascinate. Clearly prejudiced towards lesbians and gays, Ezerhaus writes with a strange pen here Berkley's performance is dead-on many panned it, but really she showed true style and wit bringing a charm to a role designed to be offensive , if not for this Naomi would have been a nasty unsympathetic character and the film really would have just sucked. So, ultimatly, no credit to Ezerhaus!
Elizabeth Berkley naked as showgirl
September 22, YouTube Twenty years ago, the semi-pornographic yet campy Showgirls was released into theaters, starring Saved by the Bell's Elizabeth Berkley as a stripper-turned-Vegas showgirl. The movie tanked at the box office, won seven Razzies, and was so poorly reviewed and received that it ended careers. Years later, through video rentals, the meant-to-be darkly funny film became a cult classic, made a huge profit, and found an audience.