Rena Riffel is the one actress to appear in both Showgirls (1995) and Striptease (1996). And, yes, we see Rena Riffel nude in Showgirls and we see Rena Riffel nude in Striptease. Based on that skin-chievement alone, Rena Riffel skinstantly earned her place in the Mr. Skin Mam-theon of Greats. But there is more, much more, to Rena Riffel than merely meets the eye — and that's something considering the crotch-pocalyptic of laying eyes upon Rena Riffel tits, Rena Riffel ass, and Rena Riffel shaved snatch. Few actresses have a career that's as once regally resplendent and unabashedly lust-igniting as Rena Riffel. By any measure, Rena Riffel is a ravishing beauty and mesmerizing talent, so we're extra thankful that she has graced us with 14 nude roles as of this (one-handed) writing. Rena Riffel started out dying way too soon as a sexy sacrifice in Satan's Princess (1990). Then came the bold, bare mountaintop — Rena Riffel naked in Showgirls (1995), immediately followed by Rena Riffel naked in Striptease (1996). Rena Riffel's naked shape even stole the show in HBO's breast-heavy Breast Men (1997), providing both topless thrills and bikinied bliss. She's also sexed up acclaimed indie films such as Goat on Fire and Smiling Fish (1999) and The Pornographer (1999). And check out Candyman 3: Day of the Dead (1999), in which Rena Riffel nakedly proves that she can still make her naughty nudity seem fresh and spontaneous. After appearing in high-profile projects like David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001), Rena caught the filmmaking bug and started her own production company, Rena Riffel Films, through which she wrote, produced, and directed the titillating B-flicks Trasharella (2009), Trasharella Ultra Vixen (2011), and even her own tit-anic, ass-stonishing star vehicle sequel to her own most nakedly famous role — Showgirls 2: Penny's from Heaven (2011). Big of brains as well as beauteous of body, Rena Riffel is also one of the most riveting, witty, and skinsightful interview subjects in the greatest documentary motion picture ever made, Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies (2020).