Tall and thin, just a little more graceful than gawky, with tightly wound dark hair and a face that is fetching at least, seductive at most, accomplished actress Mary Steenburgen is the domesticated man's sexpot. Most commonly seen portraying a mother, a wife, a coworker, or a grown sibling, Mary reminds us that there is sensuality in maturity, that a home life is a great place for a sex life, that settling down needn't be the end of being riled up, as husband Ted Danson surely knows. Steenburgen's suburbanized demeanor is also a reminder not to judge a skinful body by its cover. For a few hotter sides of Mary, look into her fully nude, Oscar-winning prance through a strip bar in Melvin and Howard (1980). Think that flash is a fluke? Fast forward twenty years and admire Steenburgen's high-end rear in Life as a House (2001), which features a mid-forties long-running butt shot with no cheek double. Just her own double cheeks.