Ever since Canadian cutie Krystin Pellerin was schooled at Prince of Wales Collegiate, she was destined for regal things — like playing Lady Elizabeth Darrell on Showtime’s historical hit The Tudors (2007-2010). In fact, we got a royal bone in 2008 when the second season of the Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) saga showcased the charms of Natalie Dormer, Rebekah Wainwright, Andrea Lowe, Michele McGrath, and Goranna McDonald, as well as Ms. Pellerin’s naked peaks! But before the blonde ingénue let it all hang out, she homed her acting craft at the National Theatre School of Canada in Quebec. After making audience members long alongside Edward Furlong in the horror flick Warriors of Terra (2006), Krystin showed off her killer (albeit covered) curves in Killing Zelda Sparks (2007). She’s also appeared in other movies, from short films (Infanticide!, Touch) to documentaries (The River of My Dreams, Canadian Star). If that’s not entertaining enough, the hardworking hottie has sizzled on stage (Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing, Stratford Festival: Macbeth) and on TV (Lost Girl, The Listener, Saving Hope, Reign, Reel East Coast, Murdoch Mysteries). As Leslie Bennett on the dramedy Republic of Doyle (2010-2014), the boob tube beauty nabbed a Gemini Award nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role. Of course, here at Skin Central, our roots are rooting for the starlet to win one of our Anatomy Awards. All she has to do is show us more skin! C’mon Ms. Pellerin, what are you waiting for?