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The gorgeous American supermodel has garnered fame, not just as a model but also as an actress. As a model, she has appeared on the cover of several mainstream fashion magazines such as Elle, Sports Illustrated, Glamour, and Playboy. However, in 1993, she made dabbled into acting, thus making her first film appearance in the action-comedy, Last Action Hero. Since then, she has continued to win the hearts of her many fans with her outstanding acting prowess. Here, we have made a long list of 15 Angie Everhart movies, as they are rated from best to worst. The movies below have been arranged according to their IMDb ratings.
Angie Everhart Movies and TV Shows Rated From Best To Worst
1. Anathema (2018)
IMDb Rating: 7.0/10
No doubt, Anathema is one of the best Angie Everhart TV shows out there. Playing the minor role of Camilla, Angie stars alongside Patricia McKenzie (Kyle Morgan), a private investigator who is in the midst of hunting down a murderer when the trails turn cold. However, with the help of detective Anthony Woods, they soon embark on a dangerous adventure, where Kylie’s strength and will are tested. When she finds herself going head to head with one of the most powerful people in the city, she brings out her true nature. You can run, you can hide, but you will not get rid of Kylie Morgan. Directed by Derek Vitatoe, the film got positive reviews from critics as well as an IMDb rating of 7/10.
2. UC: Undercover (2001-2002)
IMDb Rating: 6.8/10
UC: Undercover is an American drama series that ran from 2001 to 2002, completing 13 episodes. Featuring Angie Everhart as one of the recurring characters, this NBC series focuses on The Special Operations Group; an elite unit within the Justice Department that busts the country’s most untouchable lawbreakers by going undercover.
The unit was led by Frank Donovan (Oded Fehr), assisted by undercover agents Jake Shaw (Jon Seda) and Alex Cross (), Monica Davis (Bruklin Harris) and Cody (Jarrad Paul). Upon release, the series was critically acclaimed and also raked in a few awards and nominations. It also got an IMDb rating of 6.8/10.
3. Last Action Hero (1993)
IMDb Rating: 6.4/10
Everhart’s debut movie, Last Action Hero is a 1993 fantasy action-comedy film directed by John McTiernan. It features young Danny Madigan (Austin O’Brien) who takes to watching ‘s movies after the death of his father. After being given a magic ticket by theatre manager Nick (Robert Prosky), Danny is sucked into the screen and bonds with Jack Slater. However, when the evil fictional villain Benedict (Charles Dance) gets his hands on the ticket and enters the real world, Danny and Jack must try all they could to stop him.
In this movie, Angie Everhart portrayed a minor role as a video girl and also made a cameo appearance as a video store clerk. The movie was highly praised for its outstanding storyline and also garnered positive reviews from fans and critics. It was also successful at the box and was rated 6.4 /10 on IMDb.
4. The Dream Team (1999)
IMDb Rating: 6.4/10
The Dream Team is a 1999 TV series that follows one male secret agent and three female crime fighters who disguise themselves as high-fashion models to battle international villains. Angie plays the role of Kim Taylor, one of the models alongside Traci Bingham and Caprice Bourret. The show ran for five episodes and was highly acclaimed, thus garnering a 6.4/10 rating on IMDb.
5. Take Me Home Tonight (2011)
IMDb Rating: 6.3/10
An American retro comedy film, Take Me Home Tonight follows a recent MIT grad Matt Franklin (played by Topher Grace) who should be on his way to a successful career at a Fortune 500 company, but instead, he rebels against maturity by taking a job at a video store. When his unrequited high school crush Tori () invites him to an end of summer party, Matt has a rethink. With the help of his twin sister () and his best friend (Dan Fogler), he plans to change the course of his life.
Angie starred in a minor role, playing Trish Anderson in this Michael Dowse movie. Released in 2011, the film had an average rating from critics and was rated 6.3/10 on IMDb.
6. First To Die (2003)
IMDb Rating: 5.6/10
This 2003 thriller is a miniseries that aired on NBC network. Filled with intrigue and suspense, the series was adapted from James Patterson’s novel of the same name. It follows a homicide inspector Lindsay Boxer (Tracy Pollan) as she teams up with three other professional women (Angie Everhart, Pam Grier, and Carly Pope) to investigate a serial killer who targets brides on their honeymoon.
Upon release, the series got mixed reviews from fans and critics. Though it has an intriguing storyline, fans frowned at its length as well as its twisted plot which turns out confusing at the end. It further had an IMDb score of 5.6/10.
7. Mad Dog Time (1996)
IMDb Rating: 5.5/10
This 1996 comedy thriller follows a mob boss Vic (), who returns from a mental hospital, only to find his nightclub operation in disarray. Even though Mickey () has taken his place in his absence, he’s been distracted by his affairs with Vic’s ex-girlfriend, Grace (), and her sister, Rita (). While Vic attempts to clean things up, other mobsters including Jake (), Wacky Jacky () and Ben London (Gabriel Byrne), try to step in and take control.
Playing a minor, Angie Everhart starred as Gabriella and the film was a flop at the boss office as it returned in $107,874 from a budget of $8 million. In addition, it also got mixed reviews and an IMDb rating of 5.5/10.
8. Denial (1998)
IMDb Rating: 5.4/10
Yet another one of the not-so-good Angie Everhart movies and TV shows. Directed by Adam Rifkin, Denial revolves around couples as they struggle with the hardships of maintaining a monogamous relationship. Among its cast are Jonathan Silverman, , , Leah Lail, and of course, Angie who portrayed the character of Candace in the movie.
Soon after it was released, the film received mixed reviews as it appears to be an adult tube fare, obvious and yet forced. Although it was initially released as Denial, the name was later changed to Something About Sex, the following year. It garnered a low rating of 5.4/10 on IMDb.
9. Bordello of Blood (1996)
IMDb Rating: 5.4/10
Bordello of Blood is an American horror comedy film, where Angie Everhart had a starring role. She portrayed the role of a vampire named Lilith. After her troublemaking brother, Caleb (), goes missing, Katherine Verdoux () seeks the services of sarcastic private investigator Rafe Guttman () to track the errant youth down. Rafe eventually determines that Caleb is in the thrall of Lilith (Angie Everhart), a powerful vampire who operates a seedy brothel. When Rafe and Katherine set out to rescue Caleb, they must contend with the lethal Lilith and her evil minions.
Despite its success at the box office, the storyline of Bordello of Blood was poorly received by critics. It had a generally low rating from critics and was rated 5.4/10 on IMDb.
10. Jade (1995)
IMDb Rating: 5.3/10
The storyline of Jade follows a prominent art dealer who is killed. The man’s death leads to an intriguing investigation steeped in sex, corruption, and crime. District Attorney David Corelli (David Caruso) gets assigned to the case and discovers that a key suspect is his ex-lover Katrina Gavin (), a beautiful psychologist who has settled down with his old friend and peer, Matt (Chazz Palminteri). As Corelli gets deeper into the case, he uncovers dark secrets with far-reaching implications.
Everhart plays the role of Patrice Jacinto, a prostitute that helps Corelli in solving the case. After it was released, the film garnered negative reviews from critics and was rated 5.3/10 on IMDb. It also got two Golden Raspberry Award nominations for Worst Screenplay and Worst New Star.
11. Running Red (1999)
IMDb Rating: 5/10
Although Angie Everhart had a starring role in this film, the movie happens to be among her worst movies ever. Set in the Soviet Union in 1999, the film which was directed by Jerry P. Jacobs got an IMDb rating of 5.0/10.
The plot centers on agent Gregori Wallace (Jeff Speakman), a member of the Russian Forces. He decides to move to America to start a new life after his brother was killed. Now married to a beautiful wife and a father of a little girl, Wallace discovers his brother’s killer is in America. As a result, he becomes embroiled in a race against time to find and kill him.
12. The Substitute: Failure is Not an Option (2001)
IMDb Rating: 4.7/10
In this action thriller, Everhart plays the role of Jenny a beautiful lady who works at the Southern Military Academy. The plot centers on Karl Thomasson (Treat Williams), a former commando and a teacher at the academy. In a bid to uncover a white supremacist group in the racist organization, Karl falls in love with a cadet Jenny (Everhart). When he realizes that the school’s violent racist streak extends to its administration, Karl is forced to take action. Released in 2001, this movie garnered mixed reviews and was rated 4.7/10 on IMDb.
13. Executive Target (1997)
IMDb Rating: 4.6/10
Executive Target follows a stunt driver (Michael Madsen), who was forced by criminal forces to commit robbery. Although he is heading for prison on a minor charge, Michael is freed against his will by the terrorist gang. Then, by kidnapping his wife, he is forced to drive a getaway car in a plot to kidnap the President of the United States from a motorcade. Released also in 2001, Angie portrayed the role of Lacey in this film. The film had mixed reviews and was also rated 4.6/10 on IMDb.
14. Sexual Predator (2001)
IMDB Rating: 4.4/10
In Sexual Predator, Angie Everhart portrays the role of Beth Spinella, a female parole officer who sheds her inhibitions as she begins a torrid affair with the man, a photographer () who killed her best friend. Released in 2002, this erotic thriller, directed by Rob Spiera and Robert Angelo, is no doubt one of the worst Angie Everhart movies out there. In addition to getting negative reviews from critics, it also got an IMDb rating of 4.4/10.
15. Another 9 1/2 Weeks (1997)
IMDb Rating: 3/10
A 1997 erotic romantic drama, Another 9 1/2 Weeks is also known as Love in Paris and it’s a sequel to Nine and a Half Weeks that was released in 1986. Although the original film was a hit and everyone thought the sequel would no doubt be the same. However, Another Nine and a Half Weeks happens to be a flop. It follows Mickey Rourke, a despondent after losing his lover as he wanders the street of Paris and has an affair with her kinky friend (Angie Everhart). In addition to its poor reception, this film was rated 3/10 on IMDb, making it one of Angie Everhart’s worst movies out there.