Monique van de Ven is a Dutch treat, an act-chest of considerable assets, including a svelte body and a willingness to show it off whilst utterly naked. She started her career with a turn in the Paul Verhoeven-directed, Rutger Hauer-starring skin flick Turkish Delight (1973), in which she firmly planted her foot in the ass of stardom in the skintastic role of Olga. Monique appeared nude throughout, including a "mixing the pudding" scene that's sure to get your tapioca bubbling. She teamed up again with Verhoeven and Hauer for another starring role in Keetje Tippel (1975), which managed to show off every bit of Monique's fantastic flesh yet again. By the mid '80s, though, Monique was growing tired of the Netherlands (though we'd never tire of her netherlands) and decided to try her hand in Hollywood like her former Dutch cohorts. Unfortunately, after such disappointments as Tonight's the Night (1987), Paint It Black (1989), and The Man Inside (1990)--oh, to be that man!--Monique returned to the Netherlands where, let's hope, she'll let her tulips bloom onscreen once more.