Equipped with her mother's beauty and her father's charming accent, the still-ethereal Rossellini has been David Lynch's muse, Martin Scorsese's wife, and the face of Lancôme cosmetics.

The daughter of Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman and Italian director Robert Rossellini, it's no surprise that Rossellini found her way in front of a camera. After decamping to New York from Rome at the age of 19, she spent the '80s as a model and actress, appearing in spreads for Vogue, Elle, and Vanity Fair and appearing in movies like David Lynch's 1986 cult hit Blue Velvet. Rossellini also signed on as the face of Lancôme, a position she held until 1996, when the cosmetics company ushered the fortysomething model out the door. Since then, she's kept up with her acting career: She's been a recurring character on Alias, appeared in several productions off-Broadway and smallish film roles. Rossellini also produces, writes, and stars in the cultish Sundance web-series, Green Porno.

After a brief marriage to Martin Scorsese in 1982, Rossellini was married to Jon Wiedemann from 1983 to 1986. Together the pair had daughter, Elettra. She subsequently dated David Lynch and Gary Oldman, and adopted a son, Roberto, in 1993. Following in her mother's footsteps, daughter Elettra, a sometime model and New York social fixture, became a spokesmodel for Lancôme in 2006. [Image via AP]