So luminous of skin . . . so darkly dazzling of hair . . . so mesmerizing of flawless-featured face . . . so supple . . . so graceful . . . so mesmerizingly charming . . . so, so, so stacked. These are a few of Mr. Skin’s favorite things, and they all add up to Jennifer Connelly. The Brooklyn-bred beauty rose to stardom as a teen with skin-normous potential in artful films for heavy hitters along the lines of Sergio Leone (Once Upon a Time in America) and Dario Argento (Phenomena) before busting out to the big time—udderly—in director Dennis Hopper’s neo-noir The Hot Spot (1990). Titanically top-heavy Jennifer’s bikini-free, near-lesbian sunbathing scene skinstantly earned her a place among Hollywood’s all-time great glamour goddesses. In fact, it earned her two places. From there, Jennifer continued onward and, more importantly, outward in naked triumphs such as Mulholland Falls (1996), Inventing the Abbots (1997), Waking the Dead (2000), and House of Sand and Fog (2003), which remains her final overwhelmingly erotic unveiling on camera to date. Much has been made of Jen’s double-anal-dildo stripper bit in the drug drama Requiem for a Dream (2000), but—and it pains us to point this out—do be aware that a body double provided the best shots for that rump-to-rump rubber-rod romp. However, the shiny black pubes Jennifer brandishes in Requiem while reflecting in a mirror are all hers. And now, thanks to the miracle of MrSkin.com, they’re yours too. Forever. For her dignified work opposite Russell Crowe in A Beautiful Mind (2001), Jennifer took home a Best Supporting Actress Oscar. We like to imagine that this perpetually breast-supported talent keeps that Academy Award on display in her home right near her Anatomy Awards. Just picture Jennifer pondering that complete set while polishing her golden globes. And though Jennifer might be no stranger to nudity, it wasn't until Shelter that we saw her get a facial from a security job during a blow job scene. It looks like shelter is the last thing she wanted!