Comments: Here are some snippets from The Moviezzz Blog's "Whatever Happened To?" entry for Cindy Morgan:
"Whether she was aware of it at the time or not, Cindy Morgan made two great acting decisions early on to generate two diverse fan bases... Cindy began her career with two iconic films [Caddyshack and TRON], still being watched and talked about today...So, right there, she made herself a favorite of both sports fans...and computer geeks."
Those two were really the only marks on pop culture that Morgan really made, but they were more than enough. As a bonus (if you like podcasts), I'd also recommend natsukashi's interview with her done late last year - she proves herself just as appealing now as then, and seems genuinely flattered by all the attention, even all these years later.
80s Highlights: Caddyshack, TRON
Breakdown: I know Gertz more for her single-episode appearance on Seinfeld and her co-starring role as the whiny soon-to-be-ex-girlfriend in Twister than for her 80s resume, but that's only because my viewing of her filmography is so lacking. Suffice it to say that she managed to find herself in a number of the decade's seminal films (at a pretty young age) and no one will ever understand how she got stuck playing the wife to fatty Brit Mark Addy in that CBS sitcom few years back.
80s Highlights: Sixteen Candles, Less Than Zero, The Lost Boys, Quicksilver