Jane Adams studied at the famed Juilliard School of Music and now frequently shines in films where she plays second fiddle. Her sweet, doe-eyed, non-threatening looks make her a popular choice for playing meeklings in countless movies like Little Children (2006) and television shows such as Frasier, the latter on which she guest starred as (gasp) a psychiatrist--but one who gets on the sex couch with Frasier's brother. Right there is where the Jane Adams stereotyping ends. Being a Juilliard graduate and playing brainiacs hasn't stopped Sweet Jane from doffing her clothing. In fact, she's gotten naked in seven different productions. Her mini pair debuted in the Todd Solondz black comedy Happiness (1998). We're happy to report that those little bits of joy stayed out for Songcatcher (1999) and a skinny-dipping wet look in The Anniversary Party (2001). They hung low in the HBO series Hung, for which she earned a Golden Globe nod. They also appeared, along with her butt and bush, in the Joe Swanberg-directed drama All the Light in the Sky (2013), which Jane helped write. She again teamed up with Swanberg for the Netflix anthology series Easy in which she again bared her beautiful breasts. Most recently, Jane tore down her wall of modesty to show all three Bs in another Swanberg film, Build the Wall (2020). Jane might not have been blessed with the firmest of bodies, but her bite-sized, perky tits and attractive abandon are a salivating good meal. May Jane go naked for movies to come!