Even though she was born in Turkey, French starlet Magali Noël is just like Christmas since the thought of unwrapping her will ring your bell! As talented as she was titillating, the gorgeous gal was a skinternational actress (The Accident, Hot Frustrations), singer (“Hurt Me Johnny”), and muse to Italian auteur Federico Fellini. Indeed, she can be seen in his fantasy Satyricon (1969), his autobiography Amarcord (1973), and his romantic dramedy La Dolce Vita (1960). Meaning The Sweet Life, the award-winning classic has Magali — as well as Anita Ekberg, Anouk Aimée, Yvonne Furneaux, and Nadia Gray — throwing her sweet self at Marcello Mastroianni. Since then, the exotic ingénue proceeded to reveal her … range in the French swashbuckler The Secret Mark of D’Artagnan (1962), the Algerian political thriller Z (1969), the Swedish comedy The Lustful Vicar (1970), and the American drama Tropic of Cancer (1970). Based on Henry Miller’s novel, the latter film marks Magali’s nude debut! In a steamy scene, the hottie dons a see-through brassiere that she undoes to bare her beautiful breasts! Granted, the shot of her nude boobs is brief and overshadowed by a buck naked Ellen Burstyn, but that only makes the movie all the more worth watching! This century, Magali played Sophie Marceau’s mom in Fidelity (2000) and popped up in The Truth About Charlie (2002). Although she passed away in 2015, fans can still enjoy her sexy presence per her past TV (Les coeurs brûlés) and film (Temptation) appearances. Au revoir, Mademoiselle Noël.