María Diaz started her career off in the perennial favorite Keenen Ivory Wayans (wrote, directed, starred) flick I’m Gonna Git You Sucka in 1988, in the ever-so-trying part of “bar patron.” Her roles have increased since then, and luckily for us, some of her wardrobe has decreased. When she auditioned to be a topless dancer during the course the movie Showgirls (1995) with Elizabeth Berkley, she lost her top and we gained a beautiful view of her gorgeous rack. She was dubbed “Yoga Dancer” for the part, because the mean producer said she should do yoga instead of dance. Personally, Mr. Skin was impressed. A few years later, she turned up as Ann in the movie Extramarital (1998), playing the friend of thee Ms. Traci Lords, but not in the least bit intimidated to film a sex scene of her own with her bare breasts bouncing beautifully. While Mr. Skin highly recommends these two flicks for their skintillating content (especially Showgirls), María does have a few other roles under her belt that you may have played witness to. You can see her as a bar dancer in Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) with Quentin Tarantino and George Clooney, playing an anchorwoman in The Minus Man (1999) with Owen Wilson, and as Oakley’s receptionist in Crazy/Beautiful (2001) with Kirsten Dunst. The dark-haired, hot-bodied sizzler also played Felipe Chavez in the mini-series Drug Wars: The Cocaine Cartel (1992) with Dennis Farina, and was Consuela in the TV movie Rio Diablo (1993) with Kenny Rogers and Naomi Judd. From Keenen to Kenny—what a ride!