Leslie Hope may be from the Great White North, but there's nothing frigid about this shapely igloo. She got her start acting in the U.S. with a two-season stint on the primetime soap Knots Landing. She moved on from TV to play the title character in The Education of Allison Tate (1986) as well as a meaty role in Oliver Stone's Talk Radio (1988). After appearing in the Emilio Estevez/Charlie Sheen sleeper Men at Work (1990), she began a career slide, which meant more skin for everyone to enjoy. For some men at wank film works check out a very nude Leslie in Paris, France (1993)--ooh la-la. Leslie played a writer who has a severe case of block until she meets a man in Paris who screws it right out of her. It inspires her--and Mr. Skin, too. Schemes (1994) and Rowing Through (1996) keep the flesh coming. Hope to see more of you, Leslie.