Mercedes Carreño isn’t your prototypical actress. After a fairly obscure debut in 1963’s El Barón Brakola, Meche took her career into her own hands and wrote a couple of starring roles for herself. The resulting movies, 1966’s Damiana y los hombres and 1968’s No hay cruces en el mar shot her to the top of the proverbial heap in native Mexico’s Cinematic Scene and a star was born. Unfortunately, in spite of her unquestionable talent as a screenwriter/producer, Meche’s career slowed down quite a bit by the end of the 1970s. However, she made the effort to shed her threads on screen before then, so all is not lost…. In 1974’s La Choca, Meche bared boobs, bush and her incredibly bootylicious buns much to our collective delight here at Skin Central. (Can we get an “Ole”?) After her role in 1977’s La Mujer perfecta, Meche took an extendo-break from acting, only to resurface in 1989’s Las sirvientas ardientes. She hasn’t done much in the way of screen acting since then, although we’re still waiting for yet another triumphant comeback… Kind of like The Rolling Stones but a Mexican Sex Symbol version instead of a British rock band… guess which one we prefer… right!