Elpidia Carrillo may not be a household name here in America, but if ever there were a Mexican actress who should be, it would be her. Sure, she has been in her fair share of Mexican fare that hasn’t received widespread distribution in America, but when you consider that she has appeared in such films as Predator (1987), Let’s Get Harry (1986), Under Fire (1983), and Bread and Roses (2000), as well as on series like ER, Miami Vice, and 21 Jump Street, then you soon realize that her career has not been for naught. Of course, she has also been kind enough to show off some skin from time to time. Oddly enough, it has almost always been opposite some incredibly notable American actor; Jack Nicholson in 1982’s The Border, Richard Gere in 1983’s Beyond the Limit, James Woods in 1986’s Salvador, and Jimmy Smits in 1995’s My Family. How she could go through a list like that and still remain in relative obscurity is beyond Mr. Skin's understanding--especially considering how sexy her body looks in these roles. Elpidia opens her blouse and doesn't impede our view of her beautiful areolas in the first film; in the second, she offers even better views of her bountiful boobies; in the third, she bares both T and A; and, in the fourth film, Elpidia stays out of globescurity by keeping her chest uncovered in multiple scenes. By far her best nude effort occurs in the Mexican film The Other Conquest (1999), where she shows boobs, butt, and bush--the three B-migos.