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Born: July 26, 1950 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Appeared in commercials and fashion shows as a model as a four-year old
1958:
Made first stage appearance "Heartbeats in a Tin Box"
1962:
Early film credit, "Come Fly With Me"
1962:
Appeared in the London stage production of "The Sound of Music"; by her estimation played each of the Von Trapp daughters during her run with the show
1962:
Appeared on TV serial "Swallows and Amazons"
1967:
First adult role in Ken Russell's "The Billion Dollar Brain"; part reduced
1968:
Co-starred in "The Strange Affair"; billing "introduced" her
1968:
Had title role in the controversial "Twinky"
1971:
Garnered international attention as co-star of Sam Peckinpah's "Straw Dogs"
1973:
US TV debut in a musical version of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (NBC)
1974:
First US film, "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry"
1977:
Made TV pilot "The Final Eye" (NBC); aired in 1982 as "Computerside"
1984:
Starred in London stage revival of "The Country Girl"
1988:
First film as executive producer, "Stealing Heaven"
1988:
Last US TV appearance to date, co-starring role in the CBS miniseries "Jack the Ripper"
1989:
Last feature film to date, "That Summer of White Roses"
1993:
Appeared briefly in the Yorkshire TV series "Stay Lucky"; portrayed co-habitant of a houseboat; replaced by Leslie Ash

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