Belinda Bauer started out as a model in New York and quickly graduated to acting.
Originally from Australia, Ms. Bauer came to America in the 1970s and worked as a model for a time, doing ads for clients like Aziza cosmetics, and ad from which the photo above is taken. By the end of the decade her acting career had started with a role in Winter Kills, a movie of political intrigue based on a Richard Condon novel.
Her roles in the eighties included that of an alien woman living on Earth in Starcrossed, from 1985, Pat Lennon in 1987's The Rosary Murders, and Dr. Juliette Faxx in the 1990 sequel to RoboCop (pictured below). She also had supporting roles in movies like Flashdance and starred as the love interest of Jan-Michael Vincent in the pilot episode of the TV series Airwolf (but her character was killed off in the pilot).
After the mid-nineties, Belinda Bauer retired from acting and became a psychologist. She's based in Los Angeles.