Eugene Deckers was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. Deckers's career beginnings included film roles in the comedy "The Lavender Hill Mob" (1952) with Alec Guinness, the comedy "Father Brown" (1954) with Alec Guinness and "Doctor at Sea" (1955). Deckers made film her next project, appearing in the John Mills dramatic adaptation "The Colditz Story" (1955), "Port Afrique" (1956) with Pier Angeli and the Tony Martin musical "Let's Be Happy" (1957). She also appeared in the crime drama "Crack in the Mirror" (1960) with Orson Welles, the action movie "North West Frontier" (1960) with Lauren Bacall and the Kaz Garas dramatic adaptation "The Last Safari" (1967). Later in her career, Deckers acted in the action picture "The Assassination Bureau" (1969) with Oliver Reed.