Former high-school basketball star and English Lit major Frankie Shaw made her acting debut in the gay short Night Swimming (2005) then went on to appear on episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The Bedford Diaries. In 2008 she starred in the musical Altamont Now, but she was music to our eyes when she stripped down to her undies in the drama Explicit Ills (2008). It’s not explicit, but it’s a thrill. She later played Mary Jo Cacciatore on Blue Mountain State, but Frankie's main claim to fame has to be when she created SMILF (Single Mom I'd Like to Fuck). First, it was a short film about a single mom trying her best to get back out in the dating world, but soon it was picked up as a regular series on Showtime, allowing us to see many many more scenes of Frankie naked. The title SMILF is absolutely correct!