Nobody was more surprised than Marcia Gay Harden when she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Pollock (2000). Mr. Skin applauded Marcia's much-deserved recognition, but we at Skin Central have long been absolutely Gay for this unique beauty's skinematic achievements. To get a solid Harden in your pants, catch the cable flick Fever (1991), in which a jilted lover slices off Marcia's pesky bra and her milky mamacitas bounce bewitchingly into view. Also dig this dark-haired delicacy's bare miles of flawlessly pale flesh in Crush (1992), as well as her aforementioned sexy turn as the wife of "splatter" painter Jackson Pollock in the acclaimed film that bears his name. Mr. Skin may not know art, but he knows what makes him go splatter. And, on that front, Marcia is a total masterpiece. Marcia Gay Harden took a big role in the hospital drama Code Black, and we can only hope this is one that'll turn your palm red.