Anaís began her career in 1975 with a role in the almost-seen-by-someone Mexican film La India. Although the film wasn’t a big hit by any standards, Anaís trudged on, appearing in one little-known Mexican film after another until she made the move to Hollywood in 1981 with a bit part in the Dennis Quaid/Ringo Starr comedy Caveman. The role put Anaís on the map here in The States and for the next few years, she would find a limited amount of success in such films as Triumphs of a Man Called Horse, Beyond the Limit and Gaby: A True Story. In 1984, Anaís landed what may have been her best part ever in an American film, The Evil That Men Do. It was a small role, by all accounts but it was made all the more memorable by the presence of Anaís’ completely naked, beaver-baring, booby-bouncing body. Sadly, she hasn’t done many English-language pics since and her Mexican film career seems to be in hiatus since 1994 with her performance in Caceria sangrienta. Let’s see a whole lot more of this Venus de Melo!