With her blonde locks, fit figure and cinematic connections, it was clear Katrine Boorman would pursue a career in front of the camera. Her dad is director John Boorman, whose films Deliverance (1972) and Hope and Glory (1987) scored Best Picture nominations at the Oscars. As expected, Katrine got her start in the acting arena with a bit part in her father’s film Zardoz (1974) starring Sean Connery. After taking some time off to finish puberty, the English ingénue returned to the silver screen in one of her papa’s most popular pics: Excalibur (1981). The King Arthurian fantasy features Helen Mirren, Liam Neeson, Cherie Lunghi, Patrick Stewart, and Katrine’s nude debut! As a damsel in distress (and out of dress), the skintastic starlet is de-robed by Gabriel Byrne’s character. He’s a not-so nice knight who bangs (and clangs) the topless lass while still in his armor. Talk about protective sex! If that’s not erotic enough, the British beauty bared her breasts again (this time while in bed with an old man) in the French comedy Marche à l’ombre (1984). At the risk of repeating herself, Katy revealed her rack once more for the French drama Le Bonheur est un mensonge (1996). A decade later, the pretty performer popped up in Sofia Coppola’s historic biopic Marie Antoinette (2006). By 2012, the Brit’s career came full circle when she directed the documentary Me and Me Dad which explores her relationship with her father. Katrine may be a Boorman, but she’s never a bore, man!