Born on the Canary Islands of Spain on May 19, 1962, Paquita Ondiviela has made the transition from sexy starlet to respected matriarch of Spanish cinema. Her earliest roles in films like Panic Beats (1983) and Un, dos, tres… responda otra vez (1983) showed that she wasn't shy about slipping a little skin into her films, but now that she's over fifty, she has become a staple of Spanish television, playing more dominant roles on series like A Shelter for Love (2012) and Santa Diabla (2013). She even goes by the more mature sounding name of "Frances Ondiviela" now, as opposed to Paquita. Be sure to check out her work in Panic Beats, where she gets fully nude, showing off some phenomenal full frontal as she climbs into bed with a guy and lets him explore her fun bags and fur! She may have left these roles behind her, but she'll always be Paquita to your pecker. That's right — it seems that this flick is the only time that Paquita has been willing to fully strip for the camera, much to Mr. Skin's chagrin. Some of Paquita's more recent clothed credits include works such as Storm Over Paradise (2007), La rosa de Guadalupe (2008), Hasta que el dinero nos separe (2009), Eva Luna (2010), Rosario (2013), Voltea pa'que te enamores (2014), Como dice el dicho (2011), Las Buchonas de tierra blanca (2018), Médicos, línea de vida (2020), and Diseñando tu amor (2021). No matter what she's in, Paquita is one sexy señorita!