How's this for a star trajectory? Born in the Canadian tundra, raised in the wilds of New Zealand, and landing as an adult in the even wilder locale of Los Angeles, Anna Paquin beat out over five thousand actresses for the part of Flora in her movie debut, The Piano (1993). Not only was she the second-youngest person ever to win an Oscar for her Piano part (and the only one from New Zealand), she also shocked the self-congratulatory Hollywood crowd with twenty silent seconds at the podium before making her acceptance speech. Since then she's been in a slew of successful flicks, including Jane Eyre (1996), Fly Away Home (1996), She’s All That (1999), X-Men (2000), X2 (2003) and Buffalo Soldiers which showed off her figure in a sexy swimsuit. But Anna finally shed her mainstream teen goody-two-shoes in 2008 with a starring role on the hit HBO vampire series True Blood, where she revealed her chest fangs for the first time in the episode "Cold Ground." And she liked it so much, she kept her shirt off for many episodes to come. Sookie continued to show off her Stackhouses in the movie Margaret (2011) as Lisa. She was super sexy in her undies and let her sucksacks loose. Paquin put the girls away in a sexy bikini in Free Ride (2013) and a flimsy shirt in Straight A's (2013). In Bellevue, her boobs came out to play again in a red-hot sex scene, but her latter films started her foray into lesbian antics. In Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams (2017) and in Tell It to the Bees (2018) she takes a roll in the hay with another woman. Can we hear what those bees have to say about her rolling around naked with another lady? Because we're having electric dreams about it!
X-Men (2000) - as Herself
Hurlyburly (1998) - as Donna