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Keywords: Great Nudity!, White, Blonde Hair, Medium Breasts, Real Breasts, Large Body

Nude Roles: 1

Birthplace: Marshalltown, Iowa, US

Date of Birth: 09/26/48

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Nudity is hot, and even more so in the case of Mary Beth Hurt, whose bare breasts are framed by the flames of a bonfire in the movie The Dead Girl (2006). Mesmerized and dramatic, she pulls off her clothes and throws them into a giant fire, giving us a peek at her little lovelies. While Mr. Skin always like to think the roles where an actress gets nude are her best and most well-known, Mary Beth actually has a few more famous roles in her life. Off screen, she’s kind of known for obtaining her last name via a decade-long marriage to William Hurt, and for moving on to a second husband, Paul Schrader, who wrote Taxi Driver (1976), and directed Cat People (1982). Growing up in Marshalltown, Iowa, her next-door neighbor and babysitter was Jean Seberg. On the stage, she’s been nominated for a Tony Award three separate times. And on screen, she’s got over 50 impressive credits. One of her biggest roles was playing Helen Holm in The World According to Garp (1982) with Robin Williams. When figuring out what other films to include, Mr. Skin thought he’d stick to the “famous directors” category. Mary Beth did Woody Allen’s Interiors (1978) as Joey; Martin Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence (1993) as Regina Beaufort, and Bringing Out the Dead (1999) as Nurse Constance; played Mrs. Bell in M. Night Shyamalan’s Lady in the Water (2006); and was Adelle in Brett Ratner’s The Family Man (2000), with a cameo as a museum curator in Red Dragon (2002). She was also in several of her hubby Paul Schrader’s flicks, including Light Sleeper (1992), Affliction (1997), The Walker (2007), and Adam Resurrected(2008). Flaming hot career, Mary Beth. Flaming hot!