Born in Englewood, New Jersey, Hope Davis grew up writing and acting in backyard plays. Once this lovely lady grew up (and out), she wowed viewers with her acting skills and her utterly adorable face. If Parker Posey is the Queen of the Indies, well, then Hope must be her lady in waiting. Although she has appeared in more-mainstream big-budget fare like the hilariously cast Mr. Wrong (1996), starring Ellen Degeneres as a woman searching for a husband, Hope is known for her independent roles. With titles such as Next Stop Wonderland (1998), American Splendor (2003), and The Daytrippers (1996) -- which co-starred Parker Posey -- under her belt, Hope has built a name for herself among movie-goers willing to seek out unusual plotlines and terrific acting. She hasn’t done as much to establish her name among movie-goers who just like a great pair of boobs, however. She had some sexy (yet skinless) scenes in The Secret Lives of Dentists (2002), including a male-centric threeway and some lesbian frolicking, but overall, her career has been relatively chaste. Her more recent clothed credits include works such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2013), American Crime (2016), Captain America: Civil War (2016), For the People (2018), Strange Angel (2018), Love Life (2020), and Your Honor (2020). Perhaps she learned a thing or two from co-star Kathy Bates’s naked hot tubbing in About Schmidt (2002) and will travel to the skin side soon. When it comes to Hope Davis stripping for the camera, Mr. Skin is Hope-ful!