Jane Alexander first made a colorful splash in her Broadway debut The Great White Hope. She played the boxer's lover, which must have been frustrating for the pugilist, as most trainers have chumps refrain from sex before a fight. She won a Tony award but gave Mr. Skin a woody. Her move to film was equally receptive, with Oscar nominations for her roles in All the President's Men (1976) and Kramer vs. Kramer (1979). But it's the less celebrated and more carnal roles we praise here at Skin Central. In A Gunfight (1971), her bare-ass bedroom scene is sure to make viewers shoot their loads. And Sweet County (1986) proved that a mature mam is still as sweet. Jane is truly an Alexander the Great.