Television personality Olivia Munn was the object of many a video gamer's fantasy. As co-host of the quirky tech series "Attack of the Show!" (G4 Media, 2005- ), Munn injected a much-needed dose of sex appeal in an otherwise geeky show that featured reviews of games, viral videos, gadgets, and the latest in pop culture. A gifted surfer, Munn starred in the teen drama "Beyond the Break" (Noggin, 2006- ) and made her film debut in the 2007 comedy "Big Stan," where she played a nurse. While her tech show's fan base was mostly young male teens, she also captured the attention of Chris Pine - the actor who played James T. Kirk in the 2009 film version of "Star Trek" - whom she briefly dated. The couple's romance did not last, but Munn's career gained even more steam when she was cast in the highly anticipated 2010 sequel "Iron Man 2" opposite Robert Downey, Jr. Munn also made waves by showing off her assets in a risqué billboard ad for PETA done in protest of the mistreatment of circus elephants. It was a bold move for the versatile actress who started off her career as a television host managed to transform herself into an engaging movie starlet.