As an actor, Jan Cornet specializes in transformation. But his abilities were put to the test by director Pedro Almodovar, who cast the relatively unknown TV actor from Terrassa Barcelona, alongside Elena Anaya and Antonio Banderas in the plastic surgery thriller The Skin I Live In (2011). Despite having only been acting since 2004, and having only appeared in TV shows like Motivos Personales, and a few movies like Camino (2008) and There Be Dragons (2011), Jan absolutely killed it in the role, and even won the 2012 "Best New Actor" Goya for his role in the flick. It's difficult to describe Jan's metamorphosis without spoiling the movie, but suffice to say the bulge in his tight-whities undergoes a radical alternation by the end of the film. Thankfully, his junk is in no such danger in real life, so fear not, Jan fans! Instead, sit back and enjoy the look at Jan's buns when he starts to rail a woman under a tree, and the glimpse of his bulge when he finds himself chained to a wall in just a pair of whitey tighties. SInce we live for skin, we sure enjoyed The Skin I Live In! When that one launched Jan to stardom, he moved on to hit the small screen in the post-apocalyptic flood drama The Boat, and did some romance flicks like Barcelona Summer Night (2013), and For a Handful of Kisses (2014). While he kept covered up, he starred in The Uncovering (2018), but most recently Jan's been sticking to small screen stuff like playing Adrian in the dead cop comes back to life drama Estoy Vivo and Santi in the seventies set family drama Cuentame. Most recently he hit the big screen in the ghost flick Visitor (2021). We'd love for Jan to visit us sometime. Mr. Cornet can get it!