Happy Birthday, Gabrielle Anwar: 5 videos to celebrate the 'Burn Notice' star's 44th birthday
The only proper way to start any retrospective of Anwar is with one of her first roles, in the 1991 Disney movie "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken," which helped catapult her onto the scene.
In her 1992 film, "Scent of a Woman." Anwar and Pacino gave that film a tango for the ages.
Bonus: A very young Chris O'Donnell!
If the tango wasn't sexy enough for you, Anwar's later role on "The Tudors" should help. Anwar played Princess Margaret Tudor on the show and made a great deal of love to Charles Brandon, the 1st Duke of Suffolk -- played by Henry Cavill (later Superman).
Warning: Parts of this video are very NSFW. Remember, this program aired on Showtime and showed a lot of explicit sex.
But it was perhaps the arrival of "Burn Notice," in which Anwar played the role of Fiona Glenanne, that made audiences notice her the most.
After all, who would dare not notice Anwar in a role like this? "Dangerous" doesn't even begin to cover the character of Fiona.