Cynthia Nixon may seem like a tomboy, but beneath her spunky good looks lurks the lust of an Amazonian sex goddess as wild as her dyed-red hair. The New York native first made her name onstage and has won numerous acting awards for her strut in front of the footlights. While her movie work may be more on the sidelines, the intrepid viewer can find himself pleasantly rewarded for digging deep into her oeuvre. She debuted in the naughty teen comedy Little Darlings (1980) as Sunshine Walker, a pre-teen flower child who is involved in the summer-camp-wide contest to see who can lose their virginity first. She went on to appear in such notable films as Amadeus (1984) and Addams Family Values (1993), though her roles were almost non-existent. The only starring parts she could land, it seems, were in obscurities like I Am the Cheese (1983) and Baby's Day Out (1994). Of course, you no doubt recognize Cynthia as one of the lovely ladies on the hit HBO series Sex and the City. Like her co-stars, the carnal Kim Cattrall and the knockout Kristin Davis, Cynthia has shown off her meaty melons throughout the scandalous series. She also appeared quite topless in Advice From a Caterpillar (1999), which again found her in a very small role, although she was naked for the better part of her time onscreen. She should listen to that caterpillar more often. After the end of Sex and the City's HBO run, Cynthia embarked on a real-life romance with a female lover, but she was back to toplessly bedding a fella in the show's 2008 big-screen adaptation.