Traditionally, the gods grant earthlings gifts on October 29th. Indeed, that’s when a bevy of beauties were born all over the world. Winona Ryder made her ultimate debut in the US on 10-29-1971 while Janet Montgomery arrived on that day in the UK in 1985. A year later, Italia Ricci was born in Canada. By 1987, Jodi Balfour appeared in South Africa. Of course, the skinternational starlet who started this trend is Tamar Baruch. Born in the Netherlands on 10-29-1959, the gorgeous gal began acting during her childhood. As a tween, she starred in the small screen series De kleine waarheid (1971-1972). The boob tube ingénue also played Akkie Swaan on the family show Q & Q (1976) before moving on with movies. Once she grew up and out, the busy babe exposed her range in the drama Bastille (1984), the thriller Looking for Eileen (1987), and the crime comedy Amazones (2004). In between, she could be seen in the short film Stuk voor 3 Mannen en 1 Valse Trompet (1993) and heard in the video Putain, mais quel con! (1997). Recurring roles on various TV shows (Willemspark, Les invincibles, Hidden Stories, Dokter Deen, Family Business) followed. Yet, here at Skin Central, we’re partial to Tamar’s part in Budapest (2018). The French comedy features Henrietta Edvi, Szandra Fejes, and Ms. Baruch’s big breasts! During a sizzling scene, the voluptuous hottie dances in red-hot lingerie. If that’s not erotic enough, she takes off her top! Talk about somebody who has aged to perfection!