Alma means "soul" in Spanish, which explains why sultry actress Alma Sisneros has a whole lot of soul. Eros was the Greek god of love, which explains why we'd sell our souls for one night of lovemaking with the Latin goddess. After landing a role in the short film One Day in the Life (2010), the drop dead gorgeous Latina lady with tan skin and a beaming white smile made her TV debut with a role in In Plain Sight (2011). Just plain sexy, it wasn't a big surprise Alma quickly found success; appearing in big movies like Fright Night (2011) and Odd Thomas (2013), both of which starred the late Anton Yelchin, as well landing larger roles in smaller stuff like as Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (2012), Red Clay (2013), and Good Kill (2014). She eventually landed her big role on NBC's three season doctor drama The Night Shift (2016), playing Nurse Jocelyn Diaz. A sexy nurse like Alma? Mr. Skin is pretty sure he's coming down with a fever just looking at her! Speaking of coming, in the Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine cat and mouse Neo-Western Hell Or High Water (2016) she can be spied in the background of a scene riding her lover, while his brother naps one motel bed over. He doesn't even roll over to take a look! We wouldn't last past uno, dos, getting ridden by Sisneros! Her luscious thighs can be admired in the background, but Alma certainly deserves to be front and center. She has a bunch of uncredited roles in flicks like Independence Day: Resurgence (2016), The Space Between Us (2017), and Those Who Wish Me Dead (2021), but most recently landed a big role in the whodunit She Watches From the Woods (2021). Makes sense. When we watch Alma, she gives us wood.