More Irish than a handful of wee leprechauns sipping Guinness in a field of shamrocks, veteran actress Fionnula Flanagan is a pot of gold! Born in Dublin, Fionnula learned both English and Irish languages as a child. She trained at the Abbey Theater before heading to Los Angeles, California to pursue her Hollywood dreams. The star found her greatest onscreen success portraying several of James Joyce's lovers in James Joyce's Women (1985). Not only did Fionnula write, adapt, and produce the original award-winning play, she also penned and produced the screenplay. Fionnula gives the most skintastic performance of her career in the film, lying naked in bed, her fabulous frontage reaching to the sky and her fur on full display, reciting a monologue while masturbating! For more (unfortunately brief) blinks of her boobs, check out Crossover (1980) and Nightmare in Badham County (1976). You can also try Youngblood (1986), which includes some shots of Fionnala's top half in lacy lingerie and a peek at her cheeks in short shorts. We love Flanagan's fanny! Fionnula has aged gracefully since her skinematic heyday but continues to land big Hollywood roles in films including The Others (2001) and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002). Some of her more recent credits include Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2018), Little Secret (2018), Birthmarked (2018), and Supervised (2019). Despite her age, Fionnula's career is still going strong. If Mr. Skin truly has the luck of the Irish in him, perhaps we'll get another nude scene out of Ms. Flanagan!