According to the official bio of British model-turned-actress Jane March, she was born in 1975. If true, she was just the right age -- physically and psychologically -- for her first starring role as an impressionable teenager who is deflowered by aging Chinese roue Tony Leung in Jean-Jacques Annaud's The Lover (1992). Subsequent films have taken full advantage of March's smoldering sensuality and deceptively deadpan facial expression. March's love scenes with Bruce Willis in The Color of Night (1994) weren't quite as steamy as the publicity suggested, but they fogged up enough glasses to nearly earn this film an NC-17 rating. While Color of Night bombed, Jane March emerged with her reputation unscathed and with one of the film's producers as her new husband.