Barcelona-born eyeful Clara Segura is, well, actually quite a bit more than an eyeful. With her huge breasts, you’ll need both eyes to fully take in the view. A busy actress on the stage, big-screen, and television, she’s perhaps best known in her native Spain for big-screen roles that won her a Gaudí award (the main film awards of Catalonia): as Sarah in The Two Lives of Andrés Rabadán (2008), and Gloria in Puzzlement (2013); and for her roles that earned her nominations: as Laura in The Wild Ones (2012), Fina in Barcelona Christmas Night(2015), as Dra. Berta in 100 Meters (2016), and Hilda Weiss in Mirage (2018). Mr. Skin devotees should know her as Begoña in Excuses! (2003), where her bare breasts are revealed when an amorous lover grabs hold of her top and yanks it down to fondle and suck at will, and as Christina in Cenizas del cielo (2008), or Ashes from the Sky, when her knockers do their thing and knock around while she rides a lover. (Take your time admiring; Mr. Skin will wait. (insert two hours here). Ready?) A graduate of Catalonia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art, Clara has proven her acting chops by playing numerous regular roles in Spanish series, usually in the Catalan-language, including Maria Collado in Porca misèria from 2004 to 2007, various characters in Vinagre in 2008, Germana Irene in the mini-series Barefoot on Red Soil (2013), Sara Grau in Nit i dia in 2016-2017, and Daniela in Mira lo que has hecho in 2020. The eyes have it!