Amy Adams landed her first role onscreen as some of the eye candy in the appropriately titled Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999), opposite the equally stunning Kirsten Dunst. But it was her next project that made jaws drop here at Skin Central. In fact, Amy's part in the horror spoof Psycho Beach Party (2000) required that she drop the bottom half of her bikini, a trend that sadly hasn't been taken up by bashful bathers. She managed to hide her seaweed, but her coral reef was exposed in all its shiny-heinie delight. Amy continued teasing in the otherwise flesh-fulfilling Cruel Intentions 2 (2000), with a nude scene that was hardly explicit thanks to the stubborn placement of a massage table. How are audiences going to massage themselves that way? Amy may also be familiar due to her work on the boob(less) tube, including guest appearances on That '70s Show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Charmed. Amy’s nude future started to look bleak after an Oscar nomination for the indie hit Junebug (2005) resulted in big-budget outings like Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006) and the Disney fairytale Enchanted (2007), but mainstream success couldn’t keep Amy from showing off her own (fairy)tail in Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (2008). Miss Pettigrew? Mr Skin’s pecker grew! It grew a bit more when Amy teased a look at her boobie and behind in the critical-acclaimed drama American Hustle (2013). That will make you do the one-handed hustle on yourself!