With delicate, paper-white skin, striking dark hair, and perma-stiff nips, lovely Lotte Andersen is one great Dane. She started her career off slowly, choosing her parts carefully and only taking on roles she deemed worthy once a year or so. In 1998 she starred in the romantic comedy I Wonder Who's Kissing You Now. This delectable Danish dish appeared in a snappy, strappy jet-black S&M getup that left little to the imagination, but unfortunately, imagination did have to come into play, since all of Andersen’s best bits remained under cover. Still, the parts kept pouring in afterward, and she found plenty of success with the mega-popular My Sister’s Kids family flicks. In 2004 Lotte was nominated for a best actress Bodil award (the Danish equivalent of a Golden Globe) for her role in Oh Happy Day, a feel-good flick she also co-wrote. Andersen has yet to shed her threads onscreen, however, and audiences are still left wanting to see a whole Lotte more!