Neve McIntosh is fairly new to the acting world, having debuted in a bit role in 1996’s The Leading Man opposite Jon Bon Jovi. She followed that up with a somewhat bigger role in the made-for-BBC movie Gobble, which I think was a comedy, but it is difficult to say with those silly Brits. In 1997, Neve attempted to bury herself in a world of obscurity with a role in the black and white silent film Love and Lung Cancer. Thankfully, though, she dug herself out with a role in Plunkett & Macleane, an 18th century action movie. (Isn’t that an oxymoron? - -Ed.) However, it was the made for television movie Lady Audley’s Secret that caught our collective eye here at Skin Central. In the exceptionally slow-moving film, Neve has the privilege of wearing colorful period costumes, most of which include corsets that shove her ample bosom damn near up to her chin. She also gets naked in one scene as she stands in front of a mirror, but she has herself discreetly covered, so no “real” Skin is bared. Close, but no cigar, honey.