Video game fanboys know ravishing Rhona Mitra as the model for Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider series before Angelina Jolie took over. But this Irish-Indian skinsation has a carnal career that extends far beyond the confines of the virtual world. After being kicked out of a girls' Catholic school for stealing a car and driving it to the local boys' school, Rhona parlayed her lust for kicks into a kick-ass job as the boom-boom bod behind Croft, though she also slipped some boobage into the 1997 miniseries The Man Who Made Husbands Jealous and the 1998 film Passion of the Priest. We wonder what her former parochial school instructors thought of the latter project. Sacrelicious! Rhona then went on to show her not-so-hollow mams in Hollow Man (2000) and some skincomparable tail in The Life of David Gale (2003). In 2007 Jim Carrey tied her to a bed, tore off her shirt, and pulled down her underwear in The Number 23. That same year, Rhona's cleavage caused our crotches to shoot in the Mark Wahlberg thriller Shooter. Our underwear would rise again after watching 2009's Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, in which Rhona rides cowgirl with her top off. Her last skintillating performance came in The Last Ship, a TNT action-drama series that ran from 2014 to 2018. In one scene, Rhona's nubile nips poke out of a tight-fitting tank top. Not nude, but we'll take it. Although it's been ages since she's shown skin, ageless Rhona still gives us a bona.