And judging by a new photoshoot, versatile Lake Bell also possesses a figure which would be the envy of many women.
The 34-year-old was clearly comfortable in her own skin for the modelling session, as she posed completely nude but for a smattering of body paint and a hand demurely protecting her modesty.
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Looking fabulous: Lake Bell posed nude for the current cover of New York Magazine, with nothing but a painted rose to protect her modesty
The confident display is for the current cover of New York Magazine, hitting news stands on Monday, and features a grey rose design - created by the star's tattoo artist husband Scott Campbell - adorning Lake's chest.
The revealing cover was shot by Mark Seliger, who kept the actress' make-up to a minimum except for the fake tattoo.
Meanwhile, Lake, who wrote and directed In A World, stars as an underachieving vocal coach who is motivated by her father, the king of movie trailer voice-overs, to pursue her aspirations of becoming a voice-over actor herself.
She's a hit: The 34-year-old's film In A World had the most successful per-screen average over the weekend, pictured on Thursday in New York
Lake told Yahoo! Movies that the theme for the film is: '[Natural] fodder for comedy, because obviously hearing a bunch of people taking on these omniscient, important, authoritative sounds while their personal lives are perhaps less perfectly tuned is an interesting place to start for comedy.'
Adding: 'Since [I was] a little girl, I was always obsessed with accents and sounds and people’s voices.'
Lake's screenplay for In A World garnered the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award when it premièred at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year.
Newly weds: Lake's husband Scott Campbell designed the rose adorning her nude body for the cover shoot, pictured in New Orleans earlier this year
The star, who married Campbell at a star studded wedding in New Orleans earlier this year, draws attention to females who use a 'sexy baby voice.'
Lake wrote the screenplay for the comedy with the belief that young women everywhere have caught chronic 'sexy baby vocal virus'.
'It's like a speech pattern that includes uptalking and fry, so it's this amalgamation of really unsavory sounds that many young women have adopted. It's a pandemic, in my opinion,' she recently told NPR.
Multi-talented: Lake writes, directs, and stars in new movie In A World in theatres now, pictured with co-stars Alexandra Holden and Fred Melamed
'Not a 12-year-old little girl that is submissive to the male species. I can't have people around me that speak that way,' she admitted.
The Sundance Film Festival pickup brought in $70,980 from three theatres alone, making it the best per-screen average of any feature in release this weekend.