Lola Falana may be nicknamed the First Lady of Las Vegas, but at Skin Central she's the Frisky Lady of Lust Vagina. First a dancer and later a singer, Lola's set of luscious pipes--and peeps--used to wow audiences across the country and in Sin City especially. She then became a formidable actress. After a few cinematic appearances in the late '60s, most notably in Sammy Davis Jr.'s musical A Man Called Adam (1966), Lola found herself in the world of variety TV shows, appearing on The New Bill Cosby Show, Ben Vereen... Comin' at Ya, and later on Bill Cosby's reprisal Cos in 1976. But it was in the blaxploitation world where Lola really got audiences and their members' attention. Her first film in this genre was The Liberation of L.B. Jones (1970), which contains brief nudity that we hope is from Lola. She followed that up with The Klansman (1973). Her three-B-baring performance will make the worst racist pull down their hood--and we're not talking about the one on their head! Next she appeared in Lady Cocoa (1975), in which this lady shows off her cocoa puffs--in the back and in the front. Her skin-showing streak ended with that movie, though. Lola went back to TV, appearing in Switch, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Capitol, and Hotel. Her latest acting credit is the 1989 comedy film Mad About You. Mr. Skin is mad that he hasn't seen Lola's ta-tas in over four decades. But he takes solace in the fact that her chocolate milk jugs are saved on screen and are thus incapable of spoiling.