Who? Exactly — Carla Gugino never gets the credit she deserves, even though shes absolutely stunning and is always popping up in movies or television shows you’ve likely seen. She was Amanda Daniels in Entourage, she pops up in Sin City (Google it — totally worth it, trust me), Night At The Museum, Spy Kids, Watchmen and San Andreas.
And now she’s got this new Netflix movie, Gerald’s Game, that actually doesn’t look half bad, so I figured it time we truly appreciate Carla Gugino in all her glory.
Born in Sarasota, Florida, Gugino is of Italian, English, and Irish descent and is described as “Bohemian”.
Gugino’s television work during the late 1980s and early 1990s included appearances on Saved by the Bell, Who’s the Boss?, ALF, Doogie Howser, M.D., and The Wonder Years. After playing Michael J. Fox’s love interest, Ashley Schaeffer, during the first season of the sitcom Spin City in 1996, Gugino starred with Nicolas Cage in Brian De Palma’s Snake Eyes, and in Judas Kiss, which she also co-produced.
She starred in two short-lived TV series: ABC’s Elmore Leonard crime drama Karen Sisco in 2003, and CBS’s science fiction series Threshold in 2005. Also in 2005, Gugino appeared as Lucille in the feature film adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel, Sin City, and in 2006, she appeared in the movie Night at the Museum.
You can most recently find her in Netflix’s Gerald’s Game.