Mr. Skin thought that with a name like Bridget White you'd almost expect a lustful lass to come charging out in her birthday suit inspiring boners everywhere. In a lot of ways, Mr. Skin was totally correct about his initial impression of Bridget, only the nudity part took a little longer to come to fruition. After doing her time on the soap opera circuit, including stints on Another World and One Life to Live in the mid-1990s, Bridget set her sights a little higher, and moved on to more cinematic endeavors. Her first attempt was the incredibly sexy indie-picture Childhood’s End in 1997, where we get a delectable view of Bridget's chest midgets as she poses for a photographer. From here it seems that indie-pictures are where her career is destined to go. She has since appeared in flicks like Lucid Days in Hell and Nothing But the Truth, but the closest she has come to appearing in mainstream cinema thus far was opposite Dennis “Weirdo” Hopper in 1998’s Michael Angel, which seems to have something to do with a painter, a murder, and a gay guy. No wonder we missed on the plot, though, since it is full of Skin, including Bridget’s savory frame, which is exposed not-quite-briefly during a portrait session. Oh, how we love the arts! That same year we also got her 3 luscious B's in The Apostate (1998). Bridget took a bit of a skin hiatus, much to the chagrin of Mr. Skin and his insatiable libido. She finally came back in 2007 looking sexy but clothed in State of Mind. How about "state of undress" instead?