Canadian-born, exhibitionistic Asian lovely Sook-Yin Lee first captured the frosty hearts of snowbound popular-culture fans as lead singer of the influential pop-punk band Bob's Your Uncle. In 1995 Sook-Yin's sweet lips and dulcet tones won her a spot as a veejay on MuchMusic, the north-of-the-border equivalent of MTV. For a look at Sook-Yin much naked, have a look at the romantic comedy The Art of Woo (2001). She wooed our parts by showing a flash of boobage. Woo! Continuing the trend of bare carnality, she won the starring role in John Cameron Mitchell's skinfamous Shortbus (2006), playing a couples therapist in search of a big O of her own. You'll let out more than a few big oh!s when you see Sook totally bare.