Not only is Mexican actress Susana Dosamantes hot, but she’s passed her hotness down to her daughter, super pop sensation Paulina Rubio. While her daughter has since taken over the family mantle as the sizzler of today, Susana held the title for a very long time, starring in over 40 feature films, and appearing in about 2,000 episodes of TV, in 26 different series. Most of her projects are in her native Mexico (she was born in Guadalajara), but her greatness has also been enjoyed by American audiences as María Carmen in Rio Lobo(1970) with John Wayne, playing the princess in Day of the Assassin (1979) with Glenn Ford and Chuck Connors, and as Roxana in Counterforce (1988) with George Kennedy and Isaac Hayes. In her native Mexico, she stars as Diana in El sexo de los ricos (1979), aka Triunfo Sucio, and gets saucy when she takes off her pants. Away from the big screen, Susana has a huge following on TV, and has appeared in more than 100 episodes of ten different series, and more than 150 episodes of Las gemelas in 1972, El chofer in 1974, Corazón salvaje in 1977, Amalia Batista in 1983, and Priceless Love from 2005-2006. While her debut was in 1969 as Julia Andrade in the movie Memories of the Future, over five decades later she was still winning roles, playing Eva de Montiel on the television series Si nos dejan in 2021, translated as If they let us. Yes, Susana—Mr. Skin will let you do whatever you want!