Eurasian Karen Mok is one of the leading ladies of Hong Kong entertainment. The Chinese/Welsh/German/Persian princess is a singer and actress with a resume as long as our dongs get when we look at her. She released her first album and appeared in her first movie in 1993. Since then, she has released 18 studio albums, including Karen Mok in Totality (1996), Karen Mok on the Twelfth Floor (2000), and Somewhere I Belong (2013), and appeared in over 50 movies, including the critically-acclaimed Hong Kong drama Fallen Angels (1995), the Cantonese dub of Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), and the Jackie Chan/Steve Coogan American comedy Around the World in 80 Days (2004). As for accolades, Karen has received a Hong Kong Film Award and a Golden Bauhinia Award for acting and an MTV Asia Award and multiple Golden Melody Awards for singing. She even scored a Guinness World Record for Highest Altitude Mass-Attended Music Concert after performing in front of 12,000 people at 11,963 feet in Lhasa, Tibet. Unfortunately, this versatile vixen has yet to expose her hidden talents on stage or screen. She’s come close...in So Close (2002). The movie is rife with bath scenes and lesbianism yet remains skinless. Ms. Mok strips down to a white bra and matching panties in one scene, flashes a black bra through an open jacket in another, and makes out with another sexy but sadly clothed babe in a third. So close, but no cigar in Mr. Skin’s pants. We're so desperate for Karen's skin that we'll take a mock nude scene. Body doubles are welcome!