Irène Jacob started her career in her native France with a role in Louis Malle's holocaust drama Au revoir les enfants (1987) and began a successful career in the land of stiff baguettes. But in the early '90s, she decided to share her deliciousness with the rest of the world and took on English-language roles with a part in the Steve Buscemi-helmed Claude (1993). Since then, Irène has appeared in such notable British and American productions as U.S. Marshals (1998), The Big Brass Ring (1999), and My Life So Far (1999). So far we like what we see. Speaking of her overwhelming beauty, Irène, being French, isn't all that shy in front of the camera and has given up the proverbial goods on a number of occasions. Check out her bustier-busting performances in The Double Life of Veronique (1991), Othello (1995), Incognito (1997), The Big Brass Ring, and History is Made at Night (1999), which happens to feature some of her hotter full-frontal shots. Irène makes Jacob's ladder stiff as a board.