Pale beauty Miranda Richardson is a versatile actress, playing everything from a cold-blooded killer to the Queen of England. Born in Southport, Lancashire, England, Miranda attended the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. After paying her dues in the British theater in productions like Orlando and A Lie to the Mind, Miranda brought her corseted boobs to the boob tube in Rowan Atkinson's Blackadder comedies beginning in 1986. She finally got her big film break in director Mike Newell's Dance with a Stranger (1985), playing a woman who winds up getting executed for murder. A simple tongue-lashing would have sufficed! Miranda turned down the role that went to Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction (1987) and instead appeared in Steven Spielberg's Empire of the Sun (1987), playing a doctor's wife who winds up in a Japanese prison camp. It beats being boiled like a dead rabbit! Miranda had bigger roles in the drama Damage (1992) and The Crying Game (1992), a film which -- unlike Miranda -- did not age well. Miranda made the most of her small role as a radio-station secretary in Robert Duvall's The Apostle (1997), and she made the most of her bodice-busting breasts in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow (1997). In the bookish film The Hours (2002), she enjoyed a lesbian liplock, and in the mental illness drama Spider (2002), Miranda showed off that luscious rack. Of course, our favorite is Dance With A Stranger (1994), which is filled to the brim with boobie shots. You can read Mr. Skin those Miranda rights any day!