A Swedish blonde with a daunting, icy beauty that only deepened with age, and peerless in portraying the angst of a compromised soul struggling with easy evil, the brooding erotic legend Ingrid Thulin was both a ballerina and trained at Stockholm's Royal Dramatic Theatre before she took to the screen. Although she made her film debut in Where the Wind Blows (1948), it was her work in nine of famed Swedish director Ingrid Bergman's films, including Wild Strawberries (1957), The Magician (1958), Winter Light (1962), The Silence (1963), The Rite (1969) and Cries and Whispers (1972) that made her a national star. But outside of her work with the famed Seventh Seal (1957) auteur, Ingrid was no slouch. She even won Best Actress at Cannes in 1958 for her work in Brink of Life (1958). But just because she's been in so many illustrious works of art doesn't mean Ingrid Thulin wasn't willing to go all in, in terms of taking it all off. It just took her a little while to get going when it comes to showing. Our first peek at her pair came when she was already 42 years old, in the black and white flick Hour of the Wolf (1968), but those puppies were first displayed in color in The Damned (1969). The damn fine Swede shows all three B's in Cries and Whispers (1972), but just when fans were crying for more, the now well set and well established as an acclaimed actress took on her defining title role, in the premiere swastikas-and-sex tale Salon Kitty (1976), Then a full figured fifty years old, as madame to the Third Reich Kitty Kellerman whose brothel gets bugged to spy on Nazi officials, we see Ingrid giving the gents a SSexy, busty in a bustier boogie, AKA a topless dance in a corset top. Ingrid kept acting until 1991's The House of Smiles, and sadly, passed away in her native Sweden back in 2004. We'll always wonder what it would have been like to see Miss Thulin in her prime, but we still consider it a win to have gotten to see the Swedish MILF Ingrid Thulin.