Voluptuous females in movies are always a welcome sight and for many years, movies never hesitated to showcase their lovely silhouettes. Some movies celebrate the allure of voluptuous females in their storylines as hot and sexy vixens or homely caretakers. Actresses who are naturally voluptuous give opportunities to other females who do not look like the tiny waifs out there in movies. Few directors like Russ Meyer enjoy the beauty of voluptuous females as their movies allow them to become powerful figures instead of timid wall flowers. Voluptuous females are a treat for audiences who love to feast their eyes on the gorgeous frames of these Rubenesque goddesses.

  1. Marilyn Monroe. The most famous actress in the world was a voluptuous size twelve in her hey day, and her movies captured every curve. Her credits included "Some Like It Hot," "The Seven Year Itch," and "There's no Business Like Show Business." The magnificent body was immortalized in the historic pages of "Playboy" in 1953.

  2. Christina Hendricks. Gentlemen may prefer blondes, but they sure cannot go wrong with this voluptuous red-headed hottie. The voluptuous actress exploded on to the scene in the TV series "Mad Men" as Joan Harris. Many award shows like the Golden Globes to magazines like Esquire anticipate her busty figure in many lovely gowns. 

  3. Lisa Nicole Carson. Her sassy demeanor and lovely singing voice are wrapped in a voluptuous package for all to admire. Her role as Renee Raddick in the TV series "Ally McBeal" made people take notice of this curvy stunner who speaks her mind. Her success allowed her to land film roles in "Jason's Lyric," "Love Jones," "Eve's Bayou," and "Devil in a Blue Dress."

  4. Sofia Vergara. The Columbian-born stunner began her career as a model showing off her voluptuous curves in ads like Pepsi. She emerged onto the scene in Spanish TV's "Fuera de serie" then moved on to acting in movies later on. Sofia starred in movies like "Chasing Papi" and "Madea Goes to Jail" as well as in TV in "Modern Family." 

- Eduardo Camacho