Maria Rohm was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Rohm began her career with roles in the crime picture "99 Women" (1968) with Maria Schell, the Christopher Lee crime feature "Kiss and Kill" (1968) and "Count Dracula" (1970) with Christopher Lee. Rohm then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the Mark Lester dramatic adaptation "Black Beauty" (1971), the adventure "Treasure Island" (1972) with Orson Welles and the Oliver Reed crime adaptation "And Then There Were None" (1975). She also appeared in "La Fine dell'innocenza" (1975). Later in her career, Rohm worked on "Edge of Sanity" (1989) featuring Anthony Perkins.