Ordeal By Innocence star Alice Eve strips completely n-ked during steamy s-x scene

The Ordeal By Innocence actress Alice Eve was a hit with BBC viewers when she appeared on the show on Sunday and it’s not hard to see why as the stunner stripped down in a previous role.

The British beauty is currently starring as Gwenda Vaughan in Agatha Christie’s three-part BBC series.

But earlier in her career, Alice was completely n-de for a very steamy scene in the 2009 film Crossing Over.

In the film, the 36-year-old bared it all as she showed off her many assets during a steamy romp with co-star Ray Liotta.

The actress was seen lying on a totally austere bed with everything on full display.

Alice oozed sex appeal as she showed off her toned abs and incredible figure while her co-star’s character admired her.

The couple then embarked on a very hot romp before resting next to each other.

The scene is a far cry from Alice’s current role in Ordeal By Innocence which premiered on Monday.

The new series has been hailed as the “best show on TV” with viewers raving about Agatha Christie’s adaptation.

Ordeal By Innocence centers on the mysterious murder of Rachel Argyll (played by Anna Chancellor), a wealthy philanthropist and mother of five adopted children.

Set in an estate on the Scottish coast, the show began with the discovery of her lifeless body.

Attention quickly turned to her family members when they became suspects in Rachel’s murder.

The new BBC drama was originally due to be released on Boxing Day last year.

However, the date was pushed back after allegations of sexual assault against Ed Westwick, who played Mickey Argyll.

The Gossip Girl actor denied the claims, but producers decided to reshoot scenes with replacement actor Christian Cooke.

Other stars of the series include Crystal Clark, Bill Nighy, Matthew Goode, Ella Purnell, Eleanor Tomlinson, Anna Chancellor and Luke Treadaway.

Love Actually star Bill, 68, spoke about the new program recently, he told TV Times: “Revisiting murder blows the house away. Relationships within the house are very complicated and there are strong feelings in freedom.

“I hope the public will bounce back wondering who is guilty and be completely convinced that it has to be him or her. Agatha Christie was very good at that.

Her co-star Morven Christie, 36, who plays Argylls housekeeper Kirsten Lindstrom, echoed the same sentiments: “Yeah, they’re an awful family and they all have reasons why it could have been them. ”

She added: “[As] Even though they want to put this behind them, they all still have questions they haven’t found the answer to.

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