When you are a beautiful babe born in the Greek Isles, you need a way to stand out from the black-haired buxom beauties than inhabit that Mediterranean mam-factory. Adele Neuhauser, being of Austrian descent, already had a distinct look going for her, which she took to Austria at age four and Germany in her early 20s. Her gorgeous goods were well-received by German audience's members, and so Adele became one of the best and sexiest actresses on the skinternational stage. Her first screen credit is the long-running German crime series Anwalt Abel (Attorney Abel), on which she appeared in 1988. She closed out the '80s with appearances in the TV series Der Leihopa and the TV movie Aufs ganze (On the Whole) (1989). Roles in easier to pronounce productions followed, including The Gamblers (1990), Father's Day (1996), and Helden in Tirol (Heroes in Tyrol) (1998). In the latter film Adele dances in nothing but a shirt and thong, which put her on Mr. Skin's radar. She really caught our attention in 2004 after upping the sexiness ante in the German thriller Gone. The title properly describes Adele's clothing, which is most definitely gone in the film, and therefore allows a brief but arousing bush-baring view. You’ll want to apply some grease while watching this Greek sex freak! Unfortunately Gone is Adele's only nude credit... at least that we know of. Her sexpansive international filmography may contain some hidden parts that have yet to be seen by our American eyes. If that's the case, we've never been more jealous of Greek and German audiences.