One of Germany’s moist popular actresses, Angelica Domröse has been sweetening up the screen since her debut in Verwirrung der Liebe (1959). Born on April 4, 1941, in Berlin, Germany, Angelica initially trained as a shorthand typist, but her body was far too hot to be hidden behind a desk. In 1958, Angelica was discovered by director Slatan Dudow, and she went on to study film at Potsdam-Babelsberg University. Angelica then joined the Berliner Ensemble and started performing in stage productions. But audiences really ate up her eye candy with her onscreen nude debut in the romance Die Legende von Paul und Paula (1974), where her gumdrops popped out of her dress for a mouth-watering teat. She continued revealing her lucky charms in the made-for-TV Flüchtige Bekanntschaften (1982) and Fraulein (1984), her breast (and bush) exposure yet. She was in her forties, but Angelica was maturing like fine wine. The middle-aged tease kept delivering her goodies with the comedy El Día de los Albañiles (1984) and the thriller Hurenglück (1990). Her last flash was in her fifties, bathing nude with her children in Die Verfehlung (1992). Talk about a real MILF! Some of Angelica's other more recent onscreen credits include works such as The Old Fox (1988), Die letzte Entscheidung (1994), Eine unmoralische Frau: Aufstieg und Fall der Neuberin (1997), Kalte Küsse (1997), Valley of the Innocent (2003), and Fly Away (2012). As far as we know, Angelica is still alive and kicking (but we're hoping she's also alive and stripping!).