England is the land of butter scones and tea, and after spending some time with brunette Briton Lynsey Baxter, your scones will be buttered from her career of tea-se. She made her debut playing The Little Match Girl, appropriately in the TV movie The Little Match Girl (1974), but this little girl grew up, and what a fire she's started in viewers’ pants. That first spark was ignited in The Pleasure Principle (1991), an English drama with the real conflict being when the principles would take off their clothes. Even In the Cold Light of Day (1994) Lynsey was able to heat things up. But it doesn't get any better than the made-for-French-TV movie Le Blanc à lunettes (1995), a passionate look at colonialism that will have you staking your claim on Lynsey's naked territories. She continues making heat with the made-for-English TV movies An Evil Streak (1999) and Doc Martin (2003), the latter a comedy that has nothing to do with boots but still kicks ass.