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Jennifer O'Neill

Jennifer O'Neill (born February 20, 1948) is an American actress. She was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as the daughter of a Spanish-Irish businessman and his English wife.

As a teenager, O'Neill started to work as a model and appeared in TV commercials and on magazine covers. In 1968 she landed a small role in For the Love of Ivy. In 1970 she played a minor role in Rio Lobo, starring John Wayne. After her success in Summer of '42 in 1971, in which she plays the young widow of a soldier killed in war, O'Neill became a well-known Hollywood actress, and continued acting for the next two decades, but was seldom offered roles which challenged her abilities.

O'Neill had more success in TV movies, including notable performances in Love's Savage Fury and in Bare Essence.

More recently, O'Neill started to write, and has published From Fallen To Forgiven, a book of biographical notes and philosophical thoughts about life and existence.

Filmography

  • Time Changer (2002)
  • The Prince and the Surfer (1999)
  • The Ride (1997)
  • The Corporate Ladder (1997)
  • Love is Like That (1996)
  • Discretion assured (1993)
  • Committed (1988)
  • I love NY (1988)
  • Scanners (1981)
  • Cloud Dancer (1980)
  • Steel (1980)
  • A Force of One (1979)
  • Caravans (1978)
  • 7 Note in Nero (1977)
  • Call Girl (1976)
  • L'innocente (1976)
  • Gente di rispetto (1975)
  • The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975)
  • Whiffs (1975)
  • Lady Ice (1973)
  • The Carey Treatment (1972)
  • Glass Houses (1972)
  • Such Good Friends (1971)
  • Summer of '42 (1971)
  • Rio Lobo (1970)
  • Futz! (1969)
  • For the Love of Ivy (1968)

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More recently, O'Neill started to write, and has published From Fallen To Forgiven, a book of biographical notes and philosophical thoughts about life and existence. Since 1989 she has hosted the PBS television series Mystery!, taking over from Vincent Price. O'Neill had more success in TV movies, including notable performances in Love's Savage Fury and in Bare Essence. By Stirling she has a daughter, Rachael Atlanta Stirling (born 1977), who is also now an actress. After her success in Summer of '42 in 1971, in which she plays the young widow of a soldier killed in war, O'Neill became a well-known Hollywood actress, and continued acting for the next two decades, but was seldom offered roles which challenged her abilities. She was married to Menahem Gueffen, an Israeli painter, from 1973-76, and to Archibald Stirling (a.k.a. Archibald Hugh Stirling of Keir), a theatrical producer, former officer in the Scots Guards, and a member of one of Scotland's grandest families, from 1982-90. In 1970 she played a minor role in Rio Lobo, starring John Wayne. Dame Diana was born in Doncaster in Yorkshire and lived in India between the ages of two and eight.

In 1968 she landed a small role in For the Love of Ivy. Rigg was created CBE in 1987 and knighted in 1994. As a teenager, O'Neill started to work as a model and appeared in TV commercials and on magazine covers. On television, she has appeared as Mrs Danvers in Rebecca and as the amateur detective Mrs Bradley in a series of mysteries. She was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as the daughter of a Spanish-Irish businessman and his English wife. In the 1990s she had triumphs with roles at the Almeida Theatre in Islington (north London), including Medea in 1993, Mother Courage in 1995, and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in 1996. Jennifer O'Neill (born February 20, 1948) is an American actress. Her other films include The Assassination Bureau (1969), Theatre of Blood (1973), and A Little Night Music (1977).

For the Love of Ivy (1968). Her character, to date, is the only girl to officially marry James Bond. Futz! (1969). On the big screen, she became a Bond girl in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) playing Tracy Bond. Rio Lobo (1970). In 1986, she took a leading role in the West End production of Stephen Sondheim's musical, Follies. Summer of '42 (1971). A nude scene with Keith Michell in Abelard and Heloise led to a notorious description of her as 'built like a brick basilica with too few flying buttresses'.

Such Good Friends (1971). After leaving The Avengers she returned to the stage, including playing two Stoppard leads, Ruth Carson in Night and Day and Dorothy Moore in Jumpers. Glass Houses (1972). Her professional debut was in The Caucasian Chalk Circle in 1955. The Carey Treatment (1972). Her career in film, television and the theatre has been wide-ranging, including roles in the Royal Shakespeare Company between 1959 and 1964. Lady Ice (1973). She is particularly known for her role in the British 1960s television series The Avengers, where she played the sexy secret agent Emma Peel.

Whiffs (1975). Dame Diana Rigg (born July 20, 1938) is a British actress. The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975). Gente di rispetto (1975). L'innocente (1976).

Call Girl (1976). 7 Note in Nero (1977). Caravans (1978). A Force of One (1979).

Steel (1980). Cloud Dancer (1980). Scanners (1981). I love NY (1988).

Committed (1988). Discretion assured (1993). Love is Like That (1996). The Corporate Ladder (1997).

The Ride (1997). The Prince and the Surfer (1999). Time Changer (2002).

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