Brunette beauty Lindsay Crouse is a widely used, highly capable actress who has amassed a great body of work without showing much of her body (much to Mr. Skin's chagrin). Bare bottom or no, Crouse has proven herself a magnetic screen presence--she garnered an Oscar nom for her role in the Sally Field dustbowl drama Places in the Heart (1984)--who brings a brainy, wry-tongued charm to her performances. She's starred in a score of well-received flicks spanning many a genre, from Slap Shot (1981) to Communion (1990) to The Insider (1999). She garnered her best reviews for her lead role in the noir-ish thriller House of Games (1987), written by her then-husband David Mamet. More recently, she inspired chills and thrills as power-mad military scientist Professor Maggie Walsh on the popular cult TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Fans loved to hate Lindsay and her dominatrix-like demeanor, but the cruelest cut of all was never seeing what she hid beneath her lab coat.