One look at tall, cool drink of agua Inés Estévez and you’ll know that the only thing she has in common with actor Emilio is a name, although she does closely resemble his fellow Brat Packer Demi Moore. Inés is a familiar face on Argentinean television, although her pert, steamy empanadas are not a common dish in her home country . . . or anywhere else, for that matter. Inés first appeared on the radar in 1988 with a string of blink-and-you’ll-miss-it bit parts in a few flicks, and casting directors sat up and took notice, offering her bigger, meatier parts. And speaking of bigger, meatier parts, Inés’s sole screen skin was the bright spot in Matar al abuelito (1993). Her starring role called for her to offer her sudsy, bubbling, fully frontal flesh to some oldster. The film, released in the U.S. as Killing Grandpa, remains Estévez’s first and only foray into the fleshy cinematic arts to this day, despite continued success as an actress. Forget killing Grandpa, Inés is killing Mr. Skin with her skinginess!