“Writer actress activist feminist virgo warrior lover,” is how Valerie Dillman lists herself on Twitter. Mr. Skin would add “good ass” to that list, and maybe even “plays a hot dead person.” You can see her as Valerie Castillo in a couple of 2016 episodes of Showtime’s Dexter, including scenes where she’s very unlively, laying naked on a table in a trailer. Her breasts are tiny, with thick button nipples, but they’re bare, so Mr. Skin is a very happy man—the little ones need love, too. You can check out Valerie’s fine behind as the character Blondie in the movie Charlie Valentine (2009), where a barely there red dress reveals the bottom swells of her cheeks, and a thong in another scene shows off most of the rest of it. While she’s skinpressive in both, she actually got her start in the acting biz as Denise on an episode of Murder, She Wrote in 1993. She’s done a pretty serious round-up of TV-show guest appearances over the years, including The Byrds of Paradise, High Tide, The Secret World of Alex Mack, Frasier, The Army Show, Cold Case, Without a Trace, CSI, CSI: Miami, Weeds, and Desperate Housewives. Valerie has also had recurring roles on multiple shows, like Marsha Barkin on In Justice in 2006, Jill Quinn on The Fosters from 2014-2015, and Anne Sherwood on Bosch in 2021. On the silver screen, the blonde hottie with the lean body can be found in only four feature films: as Christie in The Gun (From 6 to 7:30 p.m.) (2003), Peg Gardner in Fracture (2007) with Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling, the aforementioned Charlie Valentine with Tom Berenger, and Stacy Dietz in Desperate Acts of Magic(2013). Virgo, huh?