Carnally arousing upon immediate skinpact, Florida-born dancer, actress, choreographer, and all-around stacked stunner Khandi Alexander kicked off her career as a high-stepping hoofer before scoring a part in the legendary NYC teen hooker sexploitation favorite Streetwalkin' (1984), which famously showcases the debut of Academy Award winning thespian Melissa Leo nude. Streetwalkin' also serves up Khandi Alexander near nude, flaunting her ripe, round ass in a pair of practically see through panties that ride high to accentuate her flawlessly rumptastic seat meat. From there, Khandi Alexander landed roles in A Chorus Line (1985) as a dancer and as a jailed sex worjjer in Maid to Order (1987), before becoming the chief choreographer for Whitney Houston's world tours between 1988 and 1992. Khandi Alexander returned to sweeten the big screen the rap parody CB4 (1993), starring Chris Rock. Rock gets to roll his sweaty palms over Khandi's treats, but, since we never see her face, there's no guarantee that the Hershey's Kisses are hers. As an actress, Khandi Alexander has since gone on to great success on the boob tube, playing iconic roles such as Catherine Duke on the sitcom NewsRadio; Dr. Jackie Robbins on the mammoth hospital drama ER; Dr. Alexx Woods on the law enforcement procedural CSI: Miami; and LaDonna Batiste-Williams on HBO's New Orleans-set musical saga, Treme. In addition, Khandi Alexander has lit up theatrical movie hits such as Menace II Society (1993), Poetic Justice (1993), and What's Love Got to Do with It (1993). Then came the title that sums up Mr. Skin's feelings about the ebony beauty: Dark Blue (2002). No, there's nothing more mouth-watering than this Khandi.