Jessica Rabbit: You don’t know how hard it is being a woman looking the way I do.
Eddie Valiant: You don’t know how hard it is being a man looking at a woman looking the way you do. – Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Jessica Rabbit is one of the most well renowned sex symbols in animation. First featured in the Gary K. Wolf’s mystery novel Who Censored Roger Rabbit, later adapted into the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit voiced by Kathleen Turner. That film left an indelible impression on me growing up. I mean that poor cartoon boot that Christopher Lloyd sadistically lowered into a vat of dip. Of course that, and the incredibly alluring Jessica Rabbit cartoon that coined one of films most memorable quotes. ‘I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way.’ She has since become an icon for cosplay and here for you in no discernible order are the Top 6 Jessica Rabbit models to Follow on Instagram.
‘I have done just about every type of modeling from catalog to fetish to pinup. I feel this has allowed me to experience many parts of life which most people don’t get to see. Many of the people I have worked with became great friends and taught me some of life’s greatest lessons. Involvement in this industry has opened my heart and mind and granted me the fortune of expressing my personality and sexuality through modeling and performing. The more opportunity I have to be myself, the more proud I become of who I am.’ – Annalee. Check out her Patreon page here where you can gain exclusive access to videos and discounts for poster prints.
FACT: Writer Gary K. Wolf based Jessica primarily on the cartoon character Red from Tex Avery’s Red Hot Riding Hood
‘I am a 28 year old Cajun from Louisiana but currently residing in Houston! I am a wife and mother! I am also an internatio
FACT: Her line “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way” in the film is commonly described as a famous line of hers. It was nominated as one of the greatest quotes by AFI’s 100 Years…100 Movie Quotes.
Jennifer Affronti left Los Angeles in 2001 and moved to Las Vegas. She was nicknamed Redd by her friends. From there, a little Southern Boy called her Ms. Redd one day…and all she heard was “mis-read”
FACT: In 2008, Jessica Rabbit was selected by Empire Magazine as one of The 100 Greatest Movie Characters of all explaining that despite being drawn as a classic femme fatale one of the movie’s strengths is to allow the character to play against the stereotype”.
FACT: With the release of Who Framed Roger Rabbit In Laserdisc, Variety first reported in March 1994 that observers uncovered several scenes of antics from the animators that supposedly featured brief nudity of Jessica Rabbit in the film.
FACT: The Jessica Rabbit Store, entitled “Jessica’s”, was once part of Pleasure Island, Disney’s nightclub attraction and shopping area. The store included a giant 2-sided neon Jessica sign with sequined dress and swinging leg and featured nothing but Jessica Rabbit merchandise. The store closed in 1992.
FACT: According to research by Cadbury Dairy Milk, Jessica Rabbit remains the most alluring character in cartoons. Her red dress was also recognized clothing worn by an animated character along with Snow White’s dress.
Honourary Mention – Vivienne Michelle
Published Model, Moon child and world traveller Vivienne Michelle has an outstanding profile. Incredibly demure, classical and elegant, a great lesson in the hot-to of pin-up modelling.