Unlike most young actors who have to sweat it out working menial day jobs while chasing their showbiz dreams, multilingual mamacita Mónica del Carmen hit the ground running right out of the acting academy. That’s probably in no small part because she proved pretty quickly she’s willing to go to just about any erotic extremes in the name of her craft. After a small role as Lucia in the Hollywood flick Babel with Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett, the mesmerizing Mónica proved she’s also skilled in the many languages of lovemaking, from the steamy to the seamy, playing Laura in the controversial, taboo-busting Leap Year—not the one with Amy Adams. A bombshell in its native Mexico, Leap Year follows Mónica’s character Laura on her increasingly sordid sexcapades in Mexico City during February of a leap year. From simple masturbation to full-on nutzo S&M, the brunette babe covers just about all stops in a veritable shopping spree of sexual scenarios, and covers nothing when it comes to her fine figure, showing off every inch of it. And lest you think this is just a skin flick, you should probably know that Mónica won an Ariel Award for Best Actress for her part, Mexico’s equivalent of an Oscar. She also won another Ariel for Best Supporting actress for her unnamed role in the movie Asfixie(2019), aka Suffocated, so in addition to excelling at sharing her physical assets, she’s also really good at acting, which you can see again in any number of films she’s completed in Mexico, including New Order(2019), Throw Everything Into Play (2020), A Cop Movie (2021), and Out of Touch (2022). Please, Mónica, do stay in touch with Mr. Skin!