In the December 1990 issue of Playboy, captured through the lens of Barry Hollywood, we find an enchanting portrayal of Sherilyn Fenn by Glenn O'Brien. Fenn, with her gravskye-eyed gaze and porcelain skin, is the epitome of natural beauty. Her distinctive facial features are highlighted by a boomerang-shaped brow, adding an exclamation point to her already stunning visage.
Her voice, carrying a Zen-like drawl, suggests Southern origins, adding a layer of intrigue to her enigmatic persona. Petite, yet commanding, sweet, yet striking, Fenn's presence is nothing short of captivating. Her name, rhyming with Marilyn, seems to echo the allure of another era's icon.
Fenn's most notable role as Audrey Horne in David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" showcases her ability to blend coy innocence with existential depth. As the kooky, existential teen coquette in this wacky, meta-soap opera, she adds a unique flavor to the show's already rich tapestry.
This feature in Playboy, beautifully photographed by Barry Hollywood, not only accentuates Fenn's timeless beauty but also celebrates her impactful portrayal in "Twin Peaks." Her character remains a significant cultural symbol, making any Saturday night at home with the show an immersive experience in art and entertainment.