Australian-born Jacinda Barrett is still an all-American beauty. She's tall, svelte, and has the long honey-blonde hair that drives us wild Stateside. Her dad is an airport fireman, and she has earned a license to fly, which makes sense, because she sure sweeps Mr. Skin off his feet. Jacinda caught the attention of the execs at MTV, who cast her in The Real World: London. Jacinda made her stint on the proto-reality show mamorable thanks to a late-night streak with one of her suitemates . . . sweet. Hollywood called, and she went from the reality-based TV world to the surreal shine of Tinseltown. Landing a role in Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000), she was working her way up the starlet ladder when the plum role of Steena Paulsson in Philip Roth's The Human Stain (2003) landed in her lap. That lap danced a striptease that revealed every inch of Jacinda's young body, from her pert pair to her moist garden patch, and rivaled Nicole Kidman's equally erotic moment onscreen. Since then she’s scored mainstream roles in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004), Poseidon (2006), and The Last Kiss (2006), but hopefully she’ll decide to Barrett again soon.