Oxford-educated English strumpet Emily Mortimer first made a splash Stateside with a meaty role (pun very much intended) in the Val Kilmer flick The Ghost and the Darkness (1996). After a few forgettable turns in British productions, she returned to Kilmer's side in The Saint (1997). Her career has mostly been centered on European films such as The Last of the High Kings (1996) and Elizabeth (1998). She has gained some notoriety in the United States for the films Notting Hill (1999), Scream 3 (2000), and The Kid (2000), opposite Big Daddy Bruce Willis. Emily's first naughty role was in Coming Home (1998), in which she appeared in some state of undress in numerous scenes. Check it out for great looks at her bulbous breasts floating in a bubble bath, as well as some steamy love scenes. She continued to give up the flesh in pictures such as Formula 51 (2001), The Sleeping Dictionary (2002), and Young Adam (2003). But her piece de resistance has to be Lovely & Amazing (2001), in which she is both. It may be an art-house chick flick, but fellas, go ahead and let your better halves talk you into this one. Emily puts herself on full-frontal display for her lover in the movie in what might be the most bizarre skin scene ever recorded. While she poses, the lucky guy that she's standing in front of goes on a lengthy tirade about everything that is wrong with her body (not that we noticed anything), including her fluffy muff, which is plainly visible in a few brief shots. He says she should trim it. We say she should braid it and get back into bed.