It’s no wonder model Isabella Rossellini turned to acting, and later filmmaking, since her mother is screen legend Ingrid Bergman and her father is neorealist director Roberto Rossellini. The Swedish-Italian beauty made her movie debut opposite her mom in Vincent Minnelli’s musical A Matter of Time (1976). Following her marriage to Martin Scorsese, Isabella became the muse for David Lynch who directed her in the neo-noir thriller Blue Velvet (1986). As a tortured lounge singer, Ms. Rossellini became a damsel in distress and out of dress—baring her butt, bush and breasts under sinister circumstances. On the lighter side, the lovely leading lady happily flashes her flesh in the rom-com Cousins (1989). Thanks to her free-thinking European ways, the alluring actress appears topless in the 16th century romp Dames Galantes (1990) and the Cold War drama The Innocent (1993). In addition to lending her sexy self to TV in Lies of the Twins (1991) and Fallen Angels (1993), the gorgeous brunette modeled for Madonna’s Sex book in 1992. Also that year, the busy babe made the comedy Death Becomes Her which featured Meryl Streep as well as Isabella’s side boob! Yet when it came to revealing “her” rack and rump, Rossellini left the exposure to a body double. Since then, the international star proved baby got back and skintastic swimwear in the French film Late Bloomers (2011). She also was awarded at 2013’s Berlin International Film Festival for her cinematic service. Mr. Skin only wishes Isabella would perform some services on him!