Native New Yorker Lynn Marie Stetson grew up just outside of Saratoga Springs in the northeast state and began acting in middle school, continuing to work in theater through her teen years and beyond. After high school and a successful stint as Rizzo in her school’s production of Grease, she studied drama and theater arts in Manhattan, where she took on a few roles in short films, including one as Babe in Young Americans (2004) with Lukas Haas. She hit primetime as Eugenie Crawford in the 2005 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intenttitled “No Exit.” Lynn Marie’s most notorious role, though, has been as “Fiona, naked girl” in the film Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006), starring Robert Downey Jr. and Nicole Kidman. In the flick, she’s one of many naked people hanging out in a nudist colony (camp? commune?), and pauses while reading a book on a park bench to chat with a naked Nicole (body double). Lynn’s legs are daintily crossed, so there’s nothing visible below the waist, but we do get a decent view of her small but perky breasts. Elsewhere, with more clothing, she popped up as the pneumonia girl in Descent (2007) with Rosario Dawson, and as Beth in the horror film The Attic (2007) with Elisabeth Moss and Alexandra Daddario, both Great Nudity! gals on Skin Central. The brunette starlet’s last credit on screen was as Alice Myers in the short film Remember Us in 2015. Sadly, there has never been a scene where Ms. Stetson is naked, wearing only an expensive cowboy hat.