Even if a name like Kathleen McKay may sound simple enough, it can make things complicated — especially when it comes to standing out in a crowd. Because it’s such a common moniker, many different ladies in many different industries have it. Just look at the nearest doctor, consultant, executive, writer, artist or actress and you’ll see what we mean. Although all of these Kathleens might be interesting in their own right, we’re most interested in the latter Kath. The Australian actress enjoyed a brief film career during the late 1970s and early ’80s. Indeed, the ingénue made her movie debut in the Jon Jost film Chameleon (1978), which dissects the plastic surface and criminal underbelly of Los Angeles society. Kathleen could then be seen in George Miller’s cult classic Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981). In the science fiction sequel to the cultural phenomenon known as Mad Max (1979), Ms. McKay is wrestled to the ground by some bad guys (no, not the movie’s leading man Mel Gibson). Yet before her character is killed, Kathy exposes her killer curves! It’s quite the challenge to make this scene look sexy, but she does it with her bare plums — make that, her aplomb. Alas, that’s the last we’ve seen of this stunner from down under. Still, Mr. Skin is thankful for her risqué (albeit limited) resumé. Perhaps it’s good that Kathleen’s credits can be counted on one hand since it leaves the other hand free to react to her skintastic acting!