Véronique shot to stardom in the early-1980s in France with a debut appearance in 1980’s La Banquière and a follow-up shot the next year in the title role of the hit mini-series Nana. She didn’t let the sudden success go to her head, though. The former model was more than willing to shed her threads in her next outing on film, 1982’s Guy de Maupassant. In fact, she went full-frontal for the part, furry armpits and all. Of course, that wasn’t the end of that… In 1985, Véronique went full-frontal again in Le Baston, this time after a quick “Lady Gillette-ing.” Both are equally hot, and definitely worth the look. It’s very easy to see why this lovely lass has become the star of such French productions as Et demain…Hollywood! and Une table pour six since then.