Born June 1, 1972, in Copenhagen, Denmark, Stine Stengade is one sweet little Danish pastry that we wouldn't mind drenching in butter and swallowing whole. Stine got her start with a small role in the Danish drama Den Attende (1996); four years would pass before she got another role, but she has been working steadily ever since on Danish TV and in films like Kira's Reason: A Love Story (2001), Daisy Diamond (2007), and Flame and Citron (2008). If you want to find out whether Stine's pastry is apple- or cherry-filled, sadly you don't have many options — the closest she's gotten to nude is a sex scene in Flame and Citron, which follows an assassin and his driver while they fight Nazis. The assassin caries on an affair with a mysterious agent named Kitty — that's Stine's part. Go ahead and fast forward to one hour and ten minutes in, when Stine shows...well, something, but it's not her kitty. It's remarkable how little skin she actually manages to show in the context of a love scene. C'mon Stine, don't be Stine-gy! Sadly, that's as sexy as Stine has been willing to get onscreen so far. Some of her other onscreen credits include works such as Langt fra Las Vegas (2001), Se dagens lys (2003), The Fairytales (2004), Fear Me Not (2008), Timetrip: The Curse of the Viking Witch (2009), Above Suspicion (2011), All for Two (2013), The Word (2014), and Speed Walking (2014). Mr. Skin hopes that Stine will have a naked change of heart!