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Los Angeles Sparks' Jessica Moore looks to pass in Game 3 of their WNBA first-round playoff series with the Seattle in Los Angeles on August 22, 2006. The Sparks defeated the Storm 68-63 to win the series 2-1. (UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen)
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Jessica Moore (birth name: Luciana Ottaviani) (August 8, 1967, Urbino, Pesaro, Italy) was an Italian actress who acted primarily in erotic and horror movies.

Before she became an actress, Jessica Moore was a glamour model. Eventually, director Joe D'Amato discovered her in 1986 and cast her in three of his films, the rather insignificant nunsploitation film Convent of Sinners (1986), as well as the sexploitation films Eleven Days, Eleven Nights (1986) and its direct sequel Top Model (1988), in both of which she played the female lead, an uninhibited and promiscuous author doing research for her erotic novels.

Eleven Days, Eleven Nights and Top Model were both very successful, yet Jessica Moore never worked with Joe D'Amato again and instead played supporting roles in a handful of insignificant horror films for the likes of Lucio Fulci (The Ghosts of Sodom), Mario Bianchi (The Murder Secret aka The Broken Mirror) and Enzo Milioni (Escape from Death) before leaving the film industry for good in 1989.

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