One of Mexico's national treasures, Maria Rojo is alternately bubbling and simmering as a fixture on Latin TV and silver screens, and has been since the 1960s. Born in Mexico City, Maria's first English-language role was as Marisa Valdez, and consisted of her plump and perky chi-chis doing the talking through two scenes of Candy Stripe Nurses (1974)—also her first entry in the Mr. Skin annals. Since then, the luscious lady’s sexposure has come on both sides of the border, and has not neglected her own area south the border; bite into the spicy pulp of a furry honeypot during a simulated-sex close-up in El Apando (1976), and indulge in Maria’s other naughty naked moments in Homework (1990), Forbidden Homework (1992), and Esmeralda Comes by Night (1997), all available for your viewing pleasure on Mr. Skin. A familiar face on TV as well as the big screen, Maria is most known for her roles in La antorcha encendida as Doña Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez in 1996, as Lucrecia Vargas in Marian de la noche in 2003-2004, as Soledad Cruz in Mañana es para siempre in 2008-2009, in Wild Heart as Clemencia from 2009-2010, as Guadalupe in Until the End of Time in 2014-2015, as Madame in Sincronia in 2017, and in Lady of Steel as Mercedes “La Mecha” Berrios from 2018-2019. She has also made a name for herself in over 89 films since 1956, with her first movie appearance at age 13 in Besos Prohibidos. Among her notable titles are El Inferno (2010) as Doña Mari Reyes, The Perfect Dictatorship(2014) as Doña Chole, and Ramona y los escarabajos (2015), or Ella es Ramona, or She is Ramona, as Marcela. For her work as Elizabeth Sampere in Jirón de Niebla (2013), she won the Silver Goddess Award. Doesn’t surprise us one bit; we positively worship at the (naked) altar of Maria.