Lovely Mavie Hörbiger is part of some serious German-Austrian showbiz royalty. The granddaughter of actor Paul Hörbiger first appeared on German TV screens in the 1996 drama Nur für eine Nacht opposite Marie-Lou Sellem and Isabella Parkinson. Mavie then went on to small parts in the well-received cinematic releases Das merkwürdige Verhalten geschlechtsreifer Großstädter zur Paarungszeit and Solo für Klarinette before receiving her big break thanks to the leading role in Detlev Buck's satire LiebesLuder. Her sexy, yet multi-layered portrayal of the main character earned the green-eyed blonde a Romy Award as most popular female shooting star and catapulted her into FHM's "100 Sexiest Women of the World" list - where she was ranked higher than famous gals like Julia Roberts, Nicole Kidman and Gwyneth Paltrow. More recent credits in Mavie's filmography would be the thriller The Poet and Uli Edel's Die Nibelungen. Although she's been seriously hot in everything she's ever been in the young German has yet to complete her first actual nude-scene. She already came pretty close in LiebesLuder but her up to now most skinful effort would be the made for German TV comedy Vier Meerjungfrauen since it contained a nice shot of gorgeous Mavie wearing only a mermaid's fin and some strange bikini-like kind of textile. It's not much but this at least raises the hopes of the peanut gallery at Skin Central Germany that the best is yet to come!