German-born Sonsee Ahray, whose beautiful name is the result of her mother's appreciation for some old James Stewart western, received her acting education at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She debuted with a supporting role in the Catherine Zeta-Jones TV adaptation of Titanic (1996), which was followed by a guest spot on ER. After appearing in Whit Stillman's The Last Days of Disco (1998), however, she returned to the homeland and concentrated on made-for-TV productions like Liselotte (1998), E-m@il an Gott (1999) and Die Katzenfrau (2002). The latter is of interest for some nice tit-and-bush revealing moments from Sonsee's costar, Hungarian honey Erika Maroszán. More recently Fräulein Flöthmann (her actual surname) can be seen in the cinematic release 666 - Traue keinem, mit dem Du schläfst! (2002) opposite skin-favorites Mariella Ahrens and Iris Berben as well as tennis legend Boris Becker. In terms of nudity, going back to her native country was a wise decision for Sonsee. The Aryan blue-eyed blonde beauty's only actually skinful moments to date can be found in German TV flicks like Versprich mir, dass es den Himmel gibt (1999) and Herzbeben - Die Nacht, die alles veränderte (1998). The latter exposes her tiger tanks, which are flopping about as soon as she and Mark Keller are finished having sex. Sonsee is an extremely hot stunner, so we at Skin Central advise to keep your eyes on her and your hands someplace else . . . you'll need them!