When Naval Officer Zack Mayo snatched factory worker Paula from her job in a timeless love story, admirers all across the world thought they were the gorgeous Debra Winger.
The iconic scene from the romantic classic An Officer and a Gentleman, in which Richard Gere as Officer Zack Mayo, the dashing hero in navy whites, has come to represent love stories for daydreaming viewers.
Because she got to work with the sexiest men in Hollywood, Debra Winger was the envy of many.
Winger, 67, still has a beautiful face. Over the past few years, Winger has posted images of herself on Instagram, first with brown hair and most recently with a natural wavy gray.
Winger made her acting debut in 1976’s Slumber Party ’57 as Drusilla, the younger sister of Lynda Carter’s Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. This resulted in a role in the well-known TV show Wonder Woman (1979). Winger was asked to make more frequent appearances, but she declined out of concern that her character might stereotype her.
That decision was made with no regrets because the rising star would succeed in the early 1980s