In a horrifying twist of fate, Irish eyeful Fiona O'Shaughnessy made her acting debut in the one Warlock movie that did not star master thespian Julian Sands, Warlock III: The End of Innocence (1999). Born in Galway, County Galway, Ireland, Fiona moved with her family to Reading, Berkshire when she was nine. Eventually, Fiona returned to her hometown of Galway, where she started her career in theater. Onscreen, some of her earliest credits include short films such as Clubbing (2000), Freaky Deaky 10 to 1 (2001), Meeting Che Guevara & the Man from Maybury Hill (2003), The Unusual Inventions of Henry Cavendish (2005), Still Life (2005), and The Secret Language (2006). Despite her humble Warlock beginnings, Fiona went on to appear in the dramedy Goldfish Memory (2003), where she lezzed out with Flora Montgomery and Justine Mitchell, Oliver Stone’s epic biopic Alexander (2004), and Peter Greenaway’s Nightwatching (2007), which featured a fully fontal Fiona getting bathed by some lucky female servants. She also appeared in the film Nina Forever (2016). Is a romantic comedy? Is it a drama? Is it a horror film? There's no way to tell. But Mr. Skin doesn't care what genre this film falls into — here at Skin Central, we're just happy to see Fiona as the ghost of a woman named Nina who just happens to always be nude. Sadly, her hair covers her nipples and we never get a good glimpse of her bum, but we'll take what we can get. This lassie is hotter than an IRA car-bomb!