Agatha Christie actress went NAKED for raunchy romp in movie Crossing Over

She is currently starring in the prim and proper role of Gwenda Vaughan in Agatha Christie’s three-part series, Ordeal by Innocence.

But earlier on in her career Alice Eve stripped completely naked for a steamy romp with co-star Ray Liotta in the flick Crossing Over.

Looking a far cry from her current TV role, the British actress, 36, showcased her bare breasts and toned abs as she passionately made love in the 2009 movie. Wearing a simple slick of make-up and allowing her blonde tresses to run free, Alice oozed sex appeal as she reclined on the bed while Ray admired her.

The pair then embarked on a steamy sex scene before catching their breath as they rested next to each other. The X-rated role proves to be worlds away from her current venture in Ordeal By Innocence, which premiered on Easter Sunday.

The three episode show was originally set for a December release. However, actor Ed Westwick pulled out of the show due a series of sexual assault allegations against him and his scenes where re-shot.

Alice is the daughter of acting heavyweights Waking The Dead star Trevor Eve and Holby City actress Sharon Maughan.

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The British born actress relocated to Los Angeles in 2010, when she landed the role of Irish nanny Erin in Sex and The City 2. She has since been seen in high profile films Men In Black 3 and Star Trek: Into Darkness.

In 2014, Alice married financier Alex Cowper-Smith, her high school sweetheart whom she met while attending Westminster School in London.

The couple met at school but rekindled their flame as a couple in 2014, before finally tying the knot in a small ceremony on New Year’s Eve in 2014.

The blonde was previously in a long-term relationship with poet Adam O’Riordan, who she met while reading English at Oxford University.

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