Though now known primarily as a producer, Conchita Airoldi built her career on her God-given talent--her body, which she exposed as an actress in her debut The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh (1971). This giallo is as gory as they come but will also help you come thanks to Conchita's ample skin. Yes, she ends up dead in the shower, but she's naked, which is a fair consolation prize. Conchita went on to appear in Torso (1973), an Italian horror, and, yes, she shows off her torso again there. She appeared on TV in Circuito chiuso in 1978 and then disappeared from the business until she showed up in her last acting credit for the movie Dear Diary (1994). Not that Conchita's been idle; she's working the other side of the camera producing such exploitation classics as Cemetery Man (1994) and arthouse hits such as Fat Girl (2001), from the hardcore director of Romance (1999), Catherine Breillet.