Since the early ’90s, Susan Egan has brought scads of smiles to the faces of children, lending her lungs to Disney in hits such as Hercules (1997) and Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure (2001). While that’s well and good for the kiddies, Mr. Skin would like to see the lady (and especially the tramp) behind the vivacious voice. Blessed with a gorgeous face, a lilting giggle, a stunningly fit body, and more quirky animated presence than a Daffy Duck cartoon, this silky-haired starlet belongs in front of the scenes showing as much of her perky presence as possible. Egan’s television debut in Earth Angel (1991) was heavenly. As the cheeriest of cheerleaders, Susan’s pom-poms rocked! (And she wasn’t bad at shaking those sparkly paper thingies around either.) Anyone who’s seen this bubbly heartbreaker in Falling in Love (2002) or in form fitting workout wear on the short-lived series Nikki can attest to her brown-eyed, button-nosed charm. Sadly, much like her character in The Disappearing Girl Trick (2001), Susan has a history of going POOF! after each darling appearance onscreen, returning to the disembodied safe haven of Disney. With several live-action projects in production for 2004, we're wishing that suddenly Susan will find herself in the spotlight and stay there long enough for us to get our wishful wanks worth.