Born in Rome, Italy, to an Iranian father and Italian mother, Maya Sansa moved to London as a teenager, and graudated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. She made her film that same year as Annetta in the Italian film The Nanny (1999), where she bared her ample bosom and dark, tight nipples as a wet nurse. And while that was all about an infant sucking, as Mr. Skin always says, a breast is a breast, and Maya’s twin wonders are marvelous to behold in any capacity. In fact, the actress scored an Italian Golden Globe award for Best Breakthrough Actress in the film, so more than Mr. Skin were impressed. The bombshell brunette was more gorgeously and seductively presented as Maria in An Italian Romance (2004), where her red top is pulled down while she lies on a beach, the golden sunlight stroking her creamy cleavage and kissing her perfectly pebbled nipples. Enchanting! Maya has lots more credits listed on her acting resume, and a total of 13 wins and 7 nominations for awards at various film festivals and competitions. In Italy, where the bulk of her work has been, she’s known for her role as Stella in Gasoline (2001), Chiara in Good Morning, Night(2003); Mirella Utano in The Best of Youth (2003), and Rossa in Dormant Beauty (2012), as well as hitting the television screen Mileva Maric in the TV Movie Einstein (2008), Agnes Wickfield in the TV movie David Copperfield (2009), Berna Yalaz in the mini-series Collateral (2018), and the regular starring role of Sara in the series Tutto può succedere, or Anything Could Happen, from 2015-2018. Anything did happen, and what happened was Mr. Skin saw good boobage.