Stéphane Audran came into the limelight with her starring role in Les Bitches (1968). In that bust-out performance, Stéphane plays a rich lesbian who finds herself involved in a threesome. You've got to love French sinema. An international institution for over fifty years, she was first married to famous French actor of the '50s and '60s Jean-Louis Trintignant. But she gave him no encore and soon moved on to her second husband, director Claude Chabrol, who used Stéphane in many of his films. He fully utilized her onscreen, icy sensuality in such films as Les Bonnes Femmes (1960), Bluebeard (1962), and The Tiger Likes Fresh Blood (1964), among others. It led to even sexier roles in La Femme Infidèle (1969), Le Boucher (1970), Juste avant la nuit (1971), and the very sensual Les Noces rouges (1973). She is sexy in all her early works, whether she's lying covered in bed, exposing cleavage, or just swishing her skirt while walking down a street; Stéphane could make a man's pants stir with a just a look! You can see her more exposed in The Folies Bourgeoises (1976) and completely exposed, though briefly, in a nude sun-tanning scene in Comment Réussir... Quand on est con et Pleurnichard (1974) or How to Make Good When One Is a Jerk and a Crybaby. That's the story of Mr. Skin's life.