It's no surprise that men want to scream out Maria Bello's name. It's natural, considering her suggestive moniker and breathtakingly boobilicious blonde beauty. Nobody would possibly chew off a paw to get away from the magnificent Maria in Coyote Ugly (2000). She's quite the pretty bitch as the canine-named club's proprietress. Mar debuted her addictive sac smack as a former junky in Permanent Midnight (1998) with Ben Stiller and followed up by baring her pointy pair again as a karaoke-addicted cutie in Duets (2000). Maria gives a most titillating performance as the swinging sex goddess of Bob Crane's dreams in Auto Focus (2000). Her character, Sigrid Valdis (best known as the hard-on-inducing, bosom-heaving Hilda of Hogan's Heroes fame), gets kinky with Colonel Klink and Sergeant Schultz, begging to be ravaged in a red bustier and garter-belted stockings. A tender flash of Maria's tasty pink nip is the cherry topper on this nasty Nazi fantasy sequence. In addition, Maria brings naked heat to The Cooler (2003), a high-stakes gambling drama wherein she rewards dice-thrower William H. Macy with a bedroom tumble featuring a jackpot of T&A. Maria's penchant for challenging and provocative roles landed her in the David Cronenberg feature A History of Violence (2005), in which she displays some great full-frontal nudity and has wonderfully violent sex with Viggo Mortensen on the stairs. In 2013 Maria revealed she was in a long-term lesbian relationship with social activist Clare Munn. Both men and women can enjoy the view of Maria's above and bello!