Load HEAT- Carice Van Houten

One of the readers here complained that I don’t pay enough attention to the lovely ladies of science fiction. I do pay some, but he had a point. So I told him to get off his duff and send me some pics. He did- Here’s his choice, Carice Van Houten. Thanks, LT Rusty.

Today’s subject is a little more mature than the most recent subject.  She is Dutch, 35 years old, known for her (lots of skin exposed) roles in (among others) Black Book and Black Butterflies, which are foreign films, and her (less skin exposed) role in Valkyrie w/ Tom Cruise.
She is currently playing a supporting role in Game of Thrones, as Melissandre, the Red Priestess.  Her character is … well, don’t know if she’s a good guy or a bad guy, to be honest.

Carice van Houten

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Carice van Houten as Melisandre

Foto de Carice van Houten

Carice Van Houten Actress Carice van Houten visits the Tribeca Film Festival 2011 portrait studio on April 25, 2011 in New York City.Carice van Houten GalleryCarice van Houten Images

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10 thoughts on “Load HEAT- Carice Van Houten”

  1. I think this is the longest Load HEAT ever.

    If I had to pick one, it would have to be the one with the telephone. She is wearing Louboutin shoes 😉

    1. I had a hard time trying to narrow it down. That said, the one with the head-cage was … I didn’t expect our host to actually use that one. :p

      I’m a big fan of the first two and one with the glasses.

      1. Dude, I was too lazy to find pics myself. What makes you think I’d have a sudden burst of energy to edit your stuff?

  2. I like the ones with the black lace top. I’d wear that.

    Also the black and white one where her back is turned and there’s a surprised Bambi is pretty cute.

    1. Er, that came out sounding odd … what I really meant was “Good reference!”

  3. I must agree with Tim, “Great Pictures”. Some of them reminded me of the old days of the Cold War. This is especially true when you start to think of NBC Warfare or Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare. In Nuclear Warfare you had Alpha and Gamma Radiation, but she reminded me of Beta Radiation. How do I protect myself? Simple, just be careful of Beta Radiation or “Fallout Hazzard”.

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