For some, being a glamor model helps their career, for others its
the quickest way of being typecast. Such is the case with Meg Myles.
the beginning of her career, she was in heavy demand as a pin-up girl.
She was adored by many men's magazine readers, especially G.I.'s for her
astounding 42-24-36 measurements. The 1950's, of course, was the era of
bosomy glamour girls, and Myles could out-bust the best of
them. The problem for Myles was that she wanted to do something
more than just look good with her chest sticking out. She tried her hand
at the movie and television in the 50's with little success. She then went
on to a singing career which was cut short by a false tabloid scandal supposedly
involving her and Sammy Davis Jr. In the 1960's she tired
her hand once more at movies, appearing in the cult classic
In High Heels (1962) along with fellow bombshell Sabrina.
Following that, and continuing for the next few decades, Myles
found a successful career for herself in theater winning much critical