Jodie Foster wishes she knew what it was like to not be famous. She began her career at age two as The Coppertone Baby, whose bathing suit bottom is pulled down in the teeth of a playful pup. From that skinful debut, Jodie went on to TV and kid movies like Bugsy Malone (1976) and Freaky Friday (1977). Jodie's career took an abrupt turn towards adulthood when she starred as a streetwalker in Taxi Driver (1976) at age 13. Foxes (1980), her teenager-in-lust classic with ex-Runaway Cherie Currie, was a howl. A decade later, Jodie truly got skintastic in The Accused (1988), but for a more appealing look at Jodie's apples and a glimpse of her peach fuzz, Backtrack (1991) is the motion picture that will put your hand in motion. While The Silence of the Lambs (1991) made Jodie a superstar, she refused to keep her clothes on for fame's sake and delivered a nasty performance in Nell (1994), flashing that pint-sized pair again and taking a nighttime nude dip. It's a shame she didn't heed the title of The Brave One (2007) though—she employed a double. While The Beaver (2011) has a promising title, we only glimpse Jodie's naked body when she's getting wet with her hubby behind a steamed-up shower door. With two Academy Awards, three British Academy Film Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, and Primetime Emmy nomination for her directing work, this Hollywood darling is on fire! Foster may be Australian for beer, but it's American for babe!