Hello, Sara Tomko! This hottie actress and singer of Polish, Solvak, and Indigenous heritage has always wanted to be a performer. Tomko trained and performed at London's Globe Theatre and grabbed a B.A in dance and theatre from James Madison University in Virginia in 2005. While she was there, Sara won the Steven Snyder Memorial Award, which recognizes a creative achievement in Experimental Theatre. Her film career has certainly proven that Sara is willing to experiment — well, only a little. Sara has starred on the stage and screen, appearing in indie films like Extracted (2012), The Scribbler (2014), Suicide for Beginners (2015), and Hollywood Adventures (2015). Sara's beauty and talents are drawing the attention of Hollywood and she's beginning to snag roles in bigger projects. She booked a role in the critically acclaim HBO drama The Leftovers in 2015. In one scene, Tomko's tits are on display as a sexy cavewoman who gives birth, but sadly, this is the only instance in which Tomko has shown her pom-poms. Some of her more recent credits include the dramedy The Conspiracy Connection (2016), the fantasy series Once Upon A Time (2017), and the crime series S.W.A.T. (2018), plus short films like Girls! Girls! Girls! Or: As Tammy Withers Away (2018), Are You Sure? (2018), and A Cake For Lizzie (2018). She has also lent her voice to video games like Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Mr. Skin hopes that if she keeps up the experimentation, Sara might bare-a her hot, naked buns!