Like many a hot young thing before her, Melissa Leo started her career on the set of the daytime soap opera All My Children. She was the sexy one . . . with red hair. Shortly after she landed that part, she garnered a role in the film Streetwalkin' (1984), which featured her first topless shots. Although the scenes are rather brief, it's a hot look at her soft, small wonders. After a turn in the made-for-TV movie Silent Witness (1985), Melissa took another skinful role in Always (1985) opposite actor/director Henry Jaglom. Again, you only get to see her handfuls for a brief instant, this time as she slides into a pool for a little commando swimming. Since then she has gone on to a supporting role on Homicide: Life on the Street, which landed her some choice parts, most notably in The Ballad of Little Jo (1993) and Under the Bridge (1997). Melissa's nudity wasn't under the bridge, thankfully--in The Three Burials of Melquaides Estrada (2005), she unleashed her Leos and let them roar again! Maturing beautifully, Melissa scored a Best Actress Academy Award nomination for Frozen River before finally winning the Best Supporting Actress trophy for The Fighter in 2010. Spankfully, Melissa then decided to reward Mr. Skin with a full-frontal scene- the first in her long and skinful career- in Francine (2012). I'd like to spank the anatomy...
Furlough (2018) - as Joan Anderson