Cool Kate Nelligan was born in the Great White North and began her career North of the border before hightailing it for England. That brought her to the U.S. to pursue an acting career both onstage and in movies and television. She got the sexy role of Lucy in Dracula (1979), but her career didn't take off until she got on the Al Pacino/Michelle Pfeiffer vehicle Frankie and Johnny (1991). Playing a mattress-hopping wiseacre waitress, Kate exposed her comic side, which allowed her to break out of the icy-cold mold that she was seemingly trapped in. Next, she landed a role in Barbra Streisand's The Prince of Tides (1991), which garnered her an Oscar nod. Frankie and Johnny director Garry Marshall said of Kate: "Anyone who can play Nick Nolte's mother for Streisand and a slut for me has quite a range." Of course, all that wouldn't matter if she hadn't shown a little skin in her long and storied career, and lo and behold, she certainly did in the lady-falls-for-Nazi-spy drama Eye of the Needle (1981) opposite Donald Sutherland. There were a few breast shots, as well as a brief glimpse of her heinie as she rose from bed. It'll make your Third Reich rise again!