Cindy Crawford’s acting career may have only amounted to one starring role in the Joel Silver-produced Fair Game, but it’s a film that’s garnered a cult following since – because it really is so bad that it’s actually kind of good.
Crawford plays Kate McQuean, a civil law attorney on the run from KGB assassins, alongside her cop protector Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin.)
It’s a film that’s every bit as ridiculous as it sounds, though it’s Crawford’s hilarious performance that really brings the whole thing together – here are just seven of things she brought to the role.
She never phoned it in…even when the script called for her to do exactly that
No one was better at being sassy either. Well no one on set that day. Maybe.
At least the chemistry between herself and Billy Baldwin was…oh wait
But at least she did her own stunts…we…er…think?
That’s definitely her running though. Yeah, we know.
Still, she knows how to seduce nerds…
And when all is said and done, she does knows her way around a naff 90s sex scene
So while Cindy may not have enjoyed a film career to rival even Cara Delevingne, she’ll always be above the likes of Elle MacPherson in the world of models turned actresses and there is no shame in that.
Unless you are Elle MacPherson of course.
Loaded staff writer Jack Beresford has produced content for Lad Bible, Axonn Media and a variety of online sports and news media outlets.