Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio has the distinction of having the longest name ever nominated for an Oscar, for her supporting role in The Color of Money (1986). The dark, exotic fox made her film debut as Gina, the doomed sister of Tony Montana in the classic film (and gangsta-rap sample) Scarface (1983). Says director Brian De Palma, "I was looking for someone who could play a virginal younger sister and transform herself into a wild Latin sexpot." He got that and more from Mary Elizabeth's nakedly revealing performance. She continued the flesh trend in the aforementioned The Color of Money as well as The Abyss (1989), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), and White Sands (1992). But for Mary Elizabeth's breast view, take a gander at those gallon-sized jugs in January Man (1989). Director Pat O'Connor liked what he saw so much he married her. Fans might be excited to see Mary listed as nude in the documentary Fuck (2005) but, simmer down, it’s just a clip of her showing off Scarface.