The fact that willowy, alabaster fox Joanne Kelly hails from the farthest North American hinterlands—Newfoundland, Canada, to be exact—makes Mr. Skin wonder just how many other hotties are hidden away in that chilly land. At the age of seventeen, Joanne skipped town for the more bustling Nova Scotia, and it wasn’t long before she began landing guest spots on the Canadian boob tube. She first committed her comely form to big-screen celluloid in The Bay of Love and Sorrows (2002) but caught the discerning eye of Stateside viewers the next year with her work in the short-lived Luke Perry series Jeremiah. A long, cold, empty year passed before Joanne got her first starring role; in National Lampoon’s Going the Distance (2004), the juicy Joanna dominated the screen—especially the scene in which she lifts her skirt and moons out her thong-clad keister. From Joanne, a full moon would be a better view, and we wait with fingers crossed for some Lam-POON.