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Kaki Hunter is a Actor American born on 6 november 1955 at Topanga (USA)

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Birth name Katherine Susan Hunter
Nationality USA
Birth 6 november 1955 (68 years) at Topanga (USA)

Kaki Hunter (born Katherine Susan Hunter; November 6, 1955) is an American actress, architect & writer.

Hunter was born in Topanga Canyon, California. As an actress, she first found moderate success in starring roles in the movies Roadie (1980), Willie & Phil (1980), Whose Life Is It Anyway?, and Just The Way You Are with Kristy McNichol (1984). She received greater attention for her role in the Porky's series of three comedy movies (1982 to 1985) as the supposedly promiscuous Wendy Williams, after which she retired from acting. Hunter is now a teacher of white water rafting in Utah. She is the author of the how-to book Earthbag Building (Natural Building Series, 2004).

Usually with

Bob Clark
Bob Clark
(3 films)
Paul Mazursky
Paul Mazursky
(1 films)
Mark Herrier
Mark Herrier
(3 films)
Tony Ganios
Tony Ganios
(3 films)
Dan Monahan
Dan Monahan
(3 films)
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Filmography of Kaki Hunter (8 films)

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Porky's Revenge, 1h33
Directed by James Komack
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Sex comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Children's films, Teen movie
Actors Dan Monahan, Tony Ganios, Wyatt Knight, Mark Herrier, Chuck Mitchell, Kaki Hunter
Roles Wendy Williams
Rating48% 2.4084252.4084252.4084252.4084252.408425
A letter is written to Ms. Balbricker arranging a rendezvous at a motel with an old boyfriend of hers, while Pee Wee is enticed to the same motel room by the promise of a night of passion with a beautiful Swedish exchange student. Tommy tricks Pee Wee into going to another location while he heads to the motel room. Ms. Balbricker arrives first followed by Tommy, and they are horrified to find themselves unclothed and in bed with each other. To make up for their prank on Ms. Balbricker, the gang contacts her old boyfriend and actually gets them together.
Just the Way You Are, 1h34
Directed by Édouard Molinaro, Marc Rivière, Étienne Dhaene
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Musical, Romance
Actors Kristy McNichol, Michael Ontkean, Timothy Daly, Lance Guest, Robert Carradine, André Dussollier
Roles Lisa Elliott
Rating59% 2.952352.952352.952352.952352.95235
Susan is a professional flautist in Boston who has been handicapped since childhood and is forced to wear a leg brace to get around. After breaking up with her boyfriend, she accepts the offer to travel to Europe on a concert tour. While in Paris, she comes up with an idea to disguise her leg by putting it in a cast and travel on her own to the French Alps to be treated without pity. Not looking to find romance, Susan however has become the interest of Peter, a news photographer. They soon fall in love and Susan is forced to decide if she should tell Peter the truth about herself.
Porky's II: The Next Day, 1h35
Directed by Bob Clark
Origin Canada
Genres Comedy, Sex comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Children's films
Actors Dan Monahan, Wyatt Knight, Mark Herrier, Roger Wilson, Cyril O'Reilly, Tony Ganios
Roles Wendy
Rating50% 2.508742.508742.508742.508742.50874
After dealing to Porky the "fatal" blow that was coming to him, the gang from Angel Beach is ready for a new challenge: The High School Drama Club is producing a Shakespeare Festival in which the gang is participating. Unfortunately, a religious leader named Bubba Flavel wants to halt the production because he and his group, "The Righteous Flock," maintain that Shakespeare is indecent and profane. As part of their effort to keep their school-based Shakespeare production on track, the gang from Angel Beach seeks out the help of Seward County Commissioner Gebhardt, who initially promises the gang from Angel Beach that he will pull some strings to keep the Angel Beach High Shakespeare Festival running. However, after the county commissioners, who all will shortly be standing for re-election, vote unanimously to shut down the Shakespeare Festival, the gang quickly learns that Commissioner Gebhardt has reneged on his promises to the Angel Beach gang because he feared that allowing the Shakespeare Festival to proceed would harm his re-election chances. The local Ku Klux Klan chapter joins the movement to shut down the Shakespeare festival because its members object to an American Indian (Runningfox's Seminole character) playing Romeo opposite a white girl Juliet (Wendy). Flavel, who has previously exposed his bigoted nature, welcomes the Klan's support of his movement. The Angel Beach gang then begins plotting their retaliation and revenge against Flavel, Commissioner Gebhardt, the rest of the county commissioners, and the Klan.
Porky's (1982)
, 1h34
Directed by Bob Clark
Origin Canada
Genres Comedy, Sex comedy
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Children's films, Teen movie, Films about virginity
Actors Dan Monahan, Mark Herrier, Wyatt Knight, Roger Wilson, Tony Ganios, Cyril O'Reilly
Roles Wendy
Rating62% 3.1017953.1017953.1017953.1017953.101795
A group of Florida high school students plan on losing their virginity. They go to Porky's, a nightclub out in the Everglades, believing that they can hire a prostitute to satisfy their sexual desires. Porky takes their money but humiliates the kids by dumping them in the swamp. When the group demand their money back, the sheriff, who turns out to be Porky's brother, arrives to drive them away, but not before his minions extort the rest of their money and cause them more embarrassment. After Mickey (who returned to Porky's for revenge) is beaten so badly he has to be hospitalized, the gang becomes hellbent on exacting revenge on Porky and his brother, eventually succeeding in sinking his establishment in the swamp. Porky and his men, joined by the sheriff, chase after the group, but they make it across the county line (out of Porky's brother's jurisdiction), where they are met by a group of the local police officers, one of whom is Mickey's older brother Ted, and the high school band. After Ted repeatedly damages Porky's car, he says that all charges against Porky for driving an unsafe vehicle will be dropped if the night's events are forgiven. Because the boys were too young to be legally allowed in Porky's in the first place, Porky and his brother have no choice but to agree. The film ends with the group getting their revenge and Pee Wee finally losing his virginity.
Whose Life Is It Anyway?, 1h59
Directed by John Badham
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about euthanasia, Medical-themed films, Films about suicide, Théâtre, Films about disabilities, Films based on plays
Actors Richard Dreyfuss, John Cassavetes, Christine Lahti, Bob Balaban, Mel Stewart, Thomas Carter
Roles Mary Jo Sadler
Rating72% 3.6457953.6457953.6457953.6457953.645795
After a car accident, sculptor Ken Harrison becomes a quadriplegic who sues for the right to end his life, no longer able to create art, make love or have any semblance of a normal existence. He hires a lawyer (Bob Balaban) who, reluctantly at first, represents Harrison while knowing that he is trying to win his client a death sentence.
Willie and Phil, 1h55
Directed by Paul Mazursky
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Children's films
Actors Margot Kidder, Michael Ontkean, Ray Sharkey, Laurence Fishburne, Jerry Hall, Natalie Wood
Roles Patti Sutherland
Rating58% 2.9481652.9481652.9481652.9481652.948165
The film is set in the 1970s and amidst the counterculture chic of that era. Willie, a high school English teacher who plays jazz piano (Michael Ontkean), and Phil, a fashion photographer (Ray Sharkey), meet coming out of the Bleecker Street Cinema where Jules et Jim has just been shown and become friends. They both fall in love with Jeannette, a girl from Kentucky (Margot Kidder).
Roadie (1980)
, 1h45
Directed by Alan Rudolph
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Action, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Transport films, Musical films, Road movies
Actors Meat Loaf, Kaki Hunter, Gailard Sartain, Art Carney, Joe Spano, Alice Cooper
Roles Lola Bouilliabase
Rating53% 2.6592652.6592652.6592652.6592652.659265
Travis W. Redfish (Meat Loaf) is a beer-drinking, bar-brawling, fun-loving distributor of Shiner beer. He also helps his father, Corpus C. Redfish (Art Carney) with the family salvage company, whose motto is "Everything will work if you let it!" B.B. Muldoon (Gailard Sartain) is both his best friend and business partner.
Mary White
Mary White (1977)
, 1h42
Directed by Jud Taylor
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Ed Flanders, Fionnula Flanagan, Kathleen Beller, Tim Matheson, Donald Moffat, Diana Douglas
Roles Selina
Rating64% 3.2332753.2332753.2332753.2332753.233275
In Emporia, Kansas, in the late 1910s and early 1920s, Mary Katherine White, a teenage girl, comes of age. Having grown up in wealth and privilege, as a result she meets famous people of the day. In 1921, at age 16, she dies in a riding accident. Her story is recounted in flashback style by her father, a famous editor, author and publisher.