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Zoey Deutch a Disney Teen Queen No More: See Her Risque Photo Spread!

Zoey Deutch has moved on from her Disney teen queen career and is poised to  spread her wings on the big screen (Photo: Flaunt mag)

Zoey Deutch has moved on from her Disney teen queen career and is poised to spread her wings on the big screen (Photo: Flaunt mag)

Zoey Deutch is best known as Maya Bennett on the Disney Channel television series “The Suite Life on Deck.” But Zoey has traded in sweet for sultry in a stunning new photo spread in Flaunt magazine. What would Mickey Mouse say?

Deutch, who turned 20 in November, is wasting no time show off her budding sexuality.

In her new photo spread, she’s pictured wearing an open shirt with no bra that barely conceals her perky boobs. But that’s not all.

In another photo, Zoey bares her midriff and long legs wearing tiny short, shorts and a tee-shirt knotted around her chest. She poses provocatively with her arms raised and her back arched. Her legs are curled up under her.

Deutch has a solid Hollywood pedigree. Her father is Director Howard Deutch, known for ’80s teen classic “Pretty in Pink,” and “Some Kind of Wonderful.”

Zoey Deutch Shows Off Her Sultry Sexiness
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Mom is actress, Lea Thompson, who was a teen queen back in her day. Lea, 54, is best known for her roles in the “Back to the Future” movie trilogy, with Michael J. Fox. She also starred in her own 1990s sit-com “Caroline in the City.”

Lea also has a long film resume, dating back to 1982, when she was just 21. She last appeared in the 2014 apocalyptic thriller, “Left Behind,” with Nicholas Cage.

For the past four years, she’s also co-starred as Kathryn Kennish in the ABC Family series “Switched at Birth.”

Zoey’s career is following a similar arc. She’s already appeared in nine films, including 2012’s “Beautiful Creatures” and last year’s “Vampire Academy.”

She has two films in post production slated for 2016, “That’s What I’m Talking About” and “Dirty Grandpa” with Zac Efron and Robert De Niro.

“I would love to be known for comedy just as much as drama,” she tells the magazine. I just want to keep working. I’m lucky to be working.”

Working, these days, especially for young actresses, means constantly staying in the public eye, she says.

“I’m kind of exhausted by the constant need to brand yourself—that’s a very prevalent way of living as an actor nowadays.

“I don’t want to be pigeonholed, I don’t want people to look at me and see one thing. I don’t want to be a thing. I want to be a human,” she says.

There won’t be any mistaking her on that count. Just check out her photos; she’s all flesh and blood. Let us know your thoughts and be sure to follow IM on Twitter.

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