Born in Argentina, Mía Maestro went to Berlin to become a cabaret singer and then made a splashy big-screen debut in the Oscar-nominated foreign film Tango (1998). She made it to American arthouses in Timecode (2000), which was the first of what would be several roles opposite Salma Hayek. She was a sexy refugee in HBO's For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story (2000) and provided some local beauty in the Mexico-set Picking Up the Pieces (2000). But Mía really got American audiences mewling with Frida (2002). She doesn’t join Salma in any of this bio’s bisexual exploits (she’s playing family, perv), but Mía still shows off her ample ass in an amazing sex scene. Mía’s since been concentrating on Spanish language productions, but she obviously speaks our language.