Despite being larger and less burdened with debt than its southern brother, Canada is often looked down upon by the United States and its inhabitants. But as soon as a Canadian actress starts to make an impact down in Hollywood they are instantly mistaken for American royalty. However most of these actresses are proud Canucks who love nothing more than eating Tim Horton’s donuts and watching hockey. These are four of the hottest Canadian actresses working at the moment.

Hottest Canadian Actresses Cobie Smulders

Cobie Smulders. Cobie has broken several hearts as the object of many mans affections in CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother” and her character in the hit show displays many of her Canadian attributes. Playing a heavy drinker and a lover of anything that combines a puck and a stick, her sexiest moment could well be ahead of her, as rumors persist that she could be about to play “Wonder Woman” in a film version of the hit series.

Hottest Canadian Actresses Elisha Cuthbert

Elisha Cuthbert. Even though towards the end of its last season the exploits of Jack Bauer quickly became tiresome and repetitive, the reemergence of Elisha Cuthbert as his daughter Kim certainly reinvigorated the interest of many a disillusioned fan. If only she’d worn the tight white T-shirt that had proved such a hit in season two a tad bit longer.

Hottest Canadian Actresses Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams. Rachel gained notoriety as the Alzheimer’s diesease inflicted lover of Ryan Gosling in the 2004 romantic drama “The Notebook,” and even managed to steal the limelight from Lindsay Lohan as the pair danced seductively at a Christmas pageant in “Mean Girls,” putting the “X” into X-mas. She is often labeled as the new Julia Roberts, and with a string of leading roles already behind her it’s easy to see why.

Hottest Canadian Actresses Evangeline Lilly

Evangeline Lilly. Lets face it, every guy has dreamed about being abandoned on a desert island with Evangeline. Her sensual showers under the angelic waterfalls of Hawaii were the highlights of ABC’s behemoth drama “Lost,” and she fast became TV’s perfect damsel in distress.