Just because a budding thespian cuts her emoting teeth on a soap-opera sound stage doesn’t preclude her from moving on to showcasing her talents in cinema that actually matters, such as the teen-sex comedy. Look, for example, at the career of Monet Mazur. Boobular and blonde with a vengeance, magnificent Mazur is bouncing from hit to hit to an ever higher prominence. Though Monet began her artistic rise by regularly exuding strained histrionics on the daytime melodrama Days of Our Lives, she didn’t take the easy slide down the slippery slope into bitchy bimbo roles. Taking responsibility for her own destiny, mighty Mazur put a skimpy bikini through a captivating stress test in The Learning Curve (2001) and distributed self-generated photocopies of her delectable derriere in 40 Days and 40 Nights (2002). But Monet cemented her status as a cinema darling with nude pervformances in Whirlygirl (2004) and Stoned (2005), a biopic of Rolling Stones member Brian Jones in which she played legendary groupie Anita Pallenberg. She's sure to get your stones rolling.