Charlotte Ayanna was discovered by Latino lothario Ricky Martin, who picked her to star in his romantic video "She's All I Ever Had." Martin wasn't all this spicy senorita had going for her, though. She had already made appearances on series such as Weird Science and Beverly Hills, 90210 in the mid '90s. But after flirting with ambiguous pop star Martin on video, Charlotte hit the big time. She added an exotic, erotic edge to Jawbreaker (1999), The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999), Training Day (2001), Kate & Leopold (2001), and the drugtastic downer Spun (2002). But it's her pole-spinning, head-turning role as a stripper in the skintacular Dancing at the Blue Iguana (2000) that caught audiences in Charlotte's web. In it, Charlotte, along with sexy sirens Darryl Hannah and Jennifer Tilly, sheds her threads on the stage of the mythical Blue Iguana bump and grind, finally showing off those incredible hooters onscreen, giving that iguana no reason to be blue anymore.