Agnes Bruckner was born in Oregon, where she was already a looker by six years of age, when she started modeling. By ten, her family moved down to Los Angeles, and a year later the young girl was learning how to be a slut on the daytime TV hit The Bold and the Beautiful. She hit the big screen in a short called Girl (1997), a role she was born to play. Sadly, it wasn't the Dominique Swain flick of the same name. Agnes went on to more notoriety in The Shrunken City (1998) and opposite Leelee Sobieski in The Glass House (2001). But her bust-out performance (if not bra-busting one) came in the thriller Murder by Numbers (2002). She held her own against the star-studded cast, including Sandra Bullock, Ben Chaplin, and Michael Pitt. The green-eyed, blonde beauty would have really shined if she had shown some skin. But Agnes is as old-fashioned as her name when it comes to nudity. Her sex scene with Ryan Gosling is totally G-rated. In Blue Car (2002), she gets a bit more blue but keeps her goods covered. Still living with Mom and Dad, Agnes is studying ballet, jazz, and hip-hop dance, so you know she's got a tight little body. Now if only she'd share it.