Lesley-Anne Down, merely a decade into her young life, made a splash as a professional model and developed in stature--and structure--as her beauty blossomed before the camera's eye. The engaging Englishwoman stormed the silver screen in her native Britain by her mid-teens, with provocative titles such as School for Unclaimed Girls (1969), All the Right Noises (1969)--moan, moan--and Countess Dracula (1970), which raised Mr. Skin's stake. But it was on TV that Lesley-Anne got down, first with To Lay a Ghost (1971) and most famously in Upstairs, Downstairs (1971). To see Lesley-Anne's upstairs you have to wait a few years. In The Betsy (1978), there's a quick glimpse of her hooter handfuls in a rollicking sex scene. Then in Hanover Street (1979), Lesley-Anne strips out of her silky top. But her downstairs has been off limits. And with her reign as the queen of daytime with her role on the soap The Bold and the Beautiful, it's unlikely she'll be letting us down there for a view. That brings Mr. Skin down.