Performing in over 60 film, television, and stage productions since her debut as Marie Bovenkamp in Pastorale 1943 (1978), Renée Soutendijk is a well-respected actress in her native country of Holland. In the United States, this Dutch delight is breast known for her association with flesh flasher extraordinaire Paul Verhoeven(director of Showgirls  and Basic Instinct ). Infamous for his characterizations of vicious vixens, Verhoeven revved up Renée's randy side as Fientje in Spetters (1980), or Splashes, and De Vierde Man(1983), or The Fourth Man. Both flicks offered a taste of her tiny-tipped höötlets and an intimate skintastic swim in her deliciously de-fuzzed kitty. Outside of work with Verhoeven, the starlet’s sexcapades Stateside were sauciest as Dr. Eve Simmons in Eve of Destruction (1991) with Gregory Hines, where her crazy femmebot character held a ticking time bomb inside her fantastic frame, her nakedness leaving audiences on the verge of exploding. The Amsterdam-born actress also took (fully clothed) turns in Wherever You Are(1988) with Julian Sands, Forced March (1989) with Chris Sarandon, A Perfect Man (2013) with Liev Schrieber, and the fantasy-horror-mystery Suspiria (2018). In her home country, Renée took over television as Nancy in Zeg ‘ns Aaa in 1981-1982; as Beth de Wit-Duivenaar in Meiden van de Wit, or Girls of the White, from 2002-2005; as Carla Vreeswijk in the popular Moordvrouw, or Murder Woman, from 2012-2016, and Emily Zoner in Centraal Medisch Centrum, or Central Medical Center, in 2016-2017. Did Mr. Skin mention Renée was an Olympic-qualifying gymnast before she took up acting?