Who isn't a fan of all things Down Under? Not just THAT down under, you silly skinsters; we're talking about nubile Australian native Jacqueline McKenzie playing anguished indie-film appetizers in both Romper Stomper (1993) and Angel Baby (1995). Speaking of Down Under, Fosters may be Australian for beer, but flesh fans are hoping that McKenzie is Australian for BARE--all Mr. Skin can say is, stay tuned skin supporters. Flaxen-haired femme fatale Jacqueline took her dramatic-arts background to the edge as an alluring angst-ridden Aussie opposite John Lynch in the provocative lunatics-in-love story Angel Baby. In addition to smoldering onscreen, Jackie received wide acclaim and several awards for this portrayal. The brooding beauty also acquired oodles of accolades for her role as an abused runaway and epileptic in the controversial Romper Stomper. Her co-star Russell Crowe shot to stardom as well for his role as an inexorable bully and brute, not to mention neo-Nazi gang leader, in this cautionary tale of hate mongering with a love-triangle twist. You can also check out Jackie Mac in The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) (if you're into chick flicks) and Deep Blue Sea (1999) (if you're into good-old-fashioned, cheesy Peter Benchley rip-offs . . . mmm, sharky).
Peaches (2004) - as Jude