Belgium-born beauty Anouk Grinberg is a French actress with many assets. Her “je ne sais quoi” could be attributed to a pretty face, sexy body, artistic skills, or impressive heritage. As the daughter of French dramatist Michel Vinaver and the great-granddaughter of Russian politician Maxim Vinaver, the brunette babe was destined for fame. As such, she pursued show business. Since 1976, Anouk has appeared on stage (Proof, Molly Bloom); on film (L’Autre, Entre chiens et loups); and on TV (Kaamelott, Voici venir l’orage…). Of course, the fact that she’s not afraid to shed her threads on screen may have something to do with her success. During the 1990s, Ms. Grinberg could barely keep her clothes on! After baring her breasts, bush and bum in Merci la vie (1991), she won the Prix Romy Schneider and Prix Suzanne Bianchetti awards — not to mention winning our prix! At the risk of repeating herself, the skintastic starlet exposed her three Bs again for the film My Man (1996). As a result, Anouk won the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the Berlin International Film Festival. But not before the esteemed ingénue picked up a César Award nomination for her performance in the black comedy 1, 2, 3, Sun (1993). Better yet was her titillating turn in the reboot of Jules et Jim (1995). The revealing role exposed her naked mams and fluffy muff! By 1998, the unclothed cutie treated us to views of her bush and nude booty in the period piece Disparus. Merci!