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Fans of the original Total Recall will be happy to know that one of their favorite characters is back in the Colin Farrell remake: the mutant Mary. Lycia Naff, who played this iconic part, was happy to reminisce with Vulture about her Total Recall days, celebrity run-ins, and why Denise Richards once called her a cunt. So what was it like becoming the triple-breasted woman? I have to correct you.
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A Woman With Three Breasts And Crotch Warfare: Total Recall Pics And Video
By Lycia Naff for MailOnline. I pride myself on being anonymous. Odd for someone who donned 3 boobs for the original Total Recall. But as I read the reports of this faker in Florida trying to get famous by adding a third breast, I couldn't help but think back to when three boobs were actually relevant -- and not surgically-installed for sheer fame. I didn't do it for fame.
Now that the three-breasted actress in the new " Total Recall " has been getting attention , the original -- Lycia Naff, now 49 years old -- has also perked up. Naff, who played a three-breasted mutant hooker in the version of the futuristic film, had a whole lot to say in a recent interview that appeared on Vulture. Perhaps the most eye-opening were her revelations about leading man Arnold Schwarzenegger, who Naff remembered as "an automaton" just waiting for direction: "He didn't pay any attention to me. He was listening to Paul Verhoeven [the director], like he was a baby bird waiting for food from the mama bird.