Ulrike Kriener lives in Munich, but there’s no reason you can’t spend time with this splendid foreigner just because an ocean separates you from her. Mr. Skin suggests you start with her many skinematic moments on the big screen, and even some sizzling scenarios on television (thanks to lenient German sensors). First, there’s some shadowy nakedness in the movie Männer… (1985), followed by her breast reveal in Der Flieger(1987). And age hasn’t slowed the blonde actress even a little bit, nor has it distracted from her fine form. Playing a skinny-dipping Irene Weber in the movie Reise in die Nacht (1998), a forty-four year old Ulrike looks as fine as ever. A popular and prolific actress, she has well over a hundred credits on her acting resume. On TV, she’s had the starring role of Kommissarin Ellen Lucas on the series Kommissarin Lucas from 2003-2021, and took home a Best Actress Bavarian TV Award for her efforts. She’s also a German Television Award winner for her part as Beate Busch in Klimawechsel in 2010, and for playing Helga in the TV movie Männer häppchenweise(2003). Because Mr. Skin thinks the umlaut is over-used in Germany, he’s going to mention a few other projects Ulrike has been in, based solely on the fact that they don’t have any accent marks of any kind. There’s the TV movie Britta (1977) and its sequel, Neues von Britta (1985); the movie Geld (1989); the TV series Das Nest from 1989-1992; and the TV movie Mona & Marie (2021).