After graduating from Oxford School of Drama in 2007, brainy Brit Claire Foy landed a slew of television and movie roles. Claire's turned up the temperature on an episode of Doctors and put the "ass" in class on the BBC series Upstairs Downstairs. In her Hollywood debut, Claire cast a spell on audiences (and Nicholas Cage) in Season of the Witch. This brunette beauty looks like she rides broomstick like a champ! Later that same year, she finally revealed her Upstairs in the lesbian drama, The Night Watch (2011), and followed that up with another look at her English roses in the BBC series White Heat. It may have been those two roles that sealed her place in skinstory, but she nabbed widespread critical acclaim in 2016 when she took on the titular role of Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix series The Crown. She also nabbed a Golden Globe for the role, but we're more interested in the golden globes she showed in earlier works!