The 10 Hottest Canadians with the Biggest Butts

Girls up north of the border of the United States have great asses down their bodies.

Here are the 10 hottest Canadians with the biggest butts.


10 Elisha Cuthbert

of the Dark?” and the popular Canadian children’s television show called “Popular

Mechanics for Kids.” She then became part of the hit series entitled “24,” where she

played the role of Kim Bauer. She also had roles in “Airspeed,” “Love, Actually,” “Old

School,” “The Girl Next Door,” “House of Wax” and “Captivity.” She also stars in the

comedy show called “Happy Endings.”

9 Jessica Lucas


Jessica Lucas began acting when she was just a child through her participation with

the Children’s Theatre Arts. She was part of the Canadian teen drama show called

“Edgemont.” She then had appearances in shows like “The L Word,” “Life as We

Know It,” “Secrets of a Small Town,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “90210,”

“Melrose Place,” “Friends with Benefits” and “Cult.” She was also in movies like

“She’s the Man,” “The Covenant” and “Cloverfield.”

8 Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams first appeared in Canadian productions like “My Name is Tanino,”

“Perfect Pie” and “Slings and Arrows,” winning a Gemini Award for the last one. In

2002, she was part of her first movie in Hollywood entitled “The Hot Chick.” She then

rose to prominence with roles in “Mean Girls” and “The Notebook.” She was also in

“The Wedding Crashers” and “The Family Stone.” After a brief hiatus in 2006 and

2007, she starred in “Married Life” and “The Lucky Ones.” She was also in “Sherlock

Holmes,” “Morning Glory” and “Midnight in Paris.”

7 Evangeline Lilly


Evangeline Lilly is an actress who first appeared in the movie called “Freddy vs.

Jason.” She also had appearances in shows like “Smallville” and “Kingdom Hospital.”

She then had a breakthrough playing the character of Kate Austen in the hit show

called “Lost.” She was hailed as one of the breakthrough stars of 2004. In 2006, she

received recognition for her acting when she got nominated for a Golden Globe for

her lead performance in her television show. She also appeared in “Real Steel” and

“The Hobbit.”

6 Emmanuelle Chriqui

Emmanuelle Chriqui started out as a commercial model for McDonald’s. After

moving from Montreal to Vancouver, she started appearing in shows like “Are You

Afraid of the Dark?,” “Forever Knight,” “Once a Thief” and “Psi Factor: Chronicles of

the Paranormal.” She was then featured in Hollywood productions like “Detroit Rock

City,” “100 Girls,” “Wrong Turn,” “On the Line” and “In the Mix.” Her first lead roles  were in the films “National Lampoon’s Adam & Eve” and “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan.” She also appeared in “Cadillac Records,” “Women in Trouble” and “Elektra Luxx.” Her most prominent role has been as Sloan McQuewick in the hit HBO show called “Entourage.” She was also part of “The Borgias.”

5 Shay Mitchell


Shay Mitchell started out as a model in various cities around the world, including

Bangkok, Barcelona and Hong Kong. She then went back to Canada to study acting.

She then appeared in shows like “Degrassi: The Next Generation,” “Rookie Blue”

and “Aaron Stone.” She also modeled for Pantene and American Eagle Outfitters.

Her biggest success so far has been as Emily Fields in the ABC Family show called

“Pretty Little Liars.” Mitchell also had a brief and uncredited appearance in the hit

show entitled “Glee.”

4 Jessica Pare

Jessica Pare had her first role when she got a brief part in the television movie called

“Bonanno: A Godfather’s Story.” She also had appearances in productions like the

television show “Big Wolf on Campus” and the movie “En Vacances.” Pare got a

breakthrough in 2000 when she tried out for a small role in “Stardom,” then ended

up getting the lead role. She was also in “Lost and Delirious” and “Napoleon.” In

2004, she had her first role in Hollywood in the movie called “Wicker Park.” She was

also in “Lives of the Saints,” “Jack & Bobby,” “Suck,” “Hot Tub Time Machine” and

“Peepers.” In 2010, she joined the cast of “Mad Men” and had a memorable part

when she sang “Zou Bisou Bisou” during an office party.


3 Estella Warren


Estella Warren was originally a synchronized swimmer and was even a member

of the national team of Canada where she was champion three times. She has

appeared in advertising campaigns for Chanel No. 5, UGG Australia, Perry Ellis,

Nine West, Cartier, Volvo, Victoria’s Secret, De Beers, Samsung and Cacharel. She

has also appeared in Sports Illustrated, Vogue and Vanity Fair. She made her film

debut in 2001 in the movie “Perfume.” She was also part of “Planet of the Apes,”

“Kangaroo Jack,” “National Lampoon’s Pucked” and “Beauty and the Beast.” She

has also appeared in television shows like “That 70's Show,” “Law & Order,” “Law &

Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Ghost Whisperer” and “Mental.”

2 Trish Stratus

Her real name is Patricia Anne Stratigias, but she is more popularly known as

Trish Stratus. She started out as a fitness model before joining the world of

professional wrestling. She was initially involved as a manager in sexually charged

storylines, before she became a full-fledged wrestler. She won the WWE Women’s

Championship seven times, the most in history. She also was a Hardcore Champion

and the “Babe of the Year” three times. She retired as a wrestler in 2006. She was

inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2013, becoming the youngest member at the age of

37. Her first acting role was in 2011 in the movie called “Bail Enforcers,” which was

subsequently released on DVD as “Bounty Hunters.”

1 Pamela Anderson


Pamela Anderson first appeared in the limelight in 1989 when she was spotted in a

Canadian Football League game wearing a tightly fitted t-shirt from Labatt Beer. She

then appeared on the cover of Playboy Magazine, which she would reprise several

times over the next three decades. She then got a role in the comedy show “Home

Improvement,” before she rose to prominence in “Baywatch.” She has also been

involved in a couple of sex tapes with Tommy Lee of Motley Crue and Bret Michaels

of Poison.


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