Pugnacious Puerto Rican beauty Rosie Perez has fostered a career that's as reliant on her body as it is on her considerable acting talents. The Brooklyn, New York, native began her career as a dancer on Soul Train and later became a choreographer of videos and stage shows for such performers as Bobby Brown and Diana Ross. She made her film debut as Spike Lee's steamy, ice-melting girlfriend in Do the Right Thing (1989), then went on to earn an Oscar nomination for Fearless (1993). Both White Men Can't Jump (1992) and The 24 Hour Woman (1999) provided brief glimpses of Perez's kung-fu-carved body, but she earned a black belt in Mr. Skin's book for the wild, hyperkinetic, cult phenomenon Dance with the Devil (1997). The unedited version featured Rosie's rosy breasts and a ton of bun as she portrayed the girlfriend of a superstitious criminal bent on human sacrifice. That's a devilishly sexy dancer Mr. Skin would partner with anytime! Nearly ten years later she was taking off her top again for The Take (2007). Take? More like Give!