Catherine Schell
Hungarian-born British actress
Catherine Schell
Katherina Freiin Schell von Bauschlott is an Hungarian-born actress best known for her work on British television. Schell rose to fame in various British film and television productions in the 1960s and 1970s. She acted under the name Catherine von Schell early in her career, but is better known by the name Catherine Schell.
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Bullets and bats: when Hammer Films met 007 - Shadowlocked (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
As the 'Angels of Death', they are Catherine Schell (Moon Zero Two [1969]), Julie Ege (The Creatures the World Forgot, Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires [1974]), Joanna Lumley (The Satanic Rites of Dracula), Anouska Hempel and Jenny Hanley (both
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Cinema royalty: King George VI, Tracy & Hepburn - (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The other women in his life -- and we meet them much more than any hint of battlefield action -- are Pauline, Georgina, Eleonore, Marie Walewska (Catherine Schell) and Marie-Louis (Susan Wooldridge). Peter Bowles plays Captain Murat, Ronald Hines is
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DVD; The Future: Bright. The Fashion: Blinding.
NYTimes - over 9 years
WHAT was it about '70s television that brought out the worst in futuristic fashion? ''The Six Million Dollar Man'' legitimized leisure suits; ''Battlestar Galactica'' gave us Lorne Green in padded shirts. For sheer sartorial humility, the residents of Moonbase Alpha (''Alphans'') had it toughest. Bad enough that while tending to a enormous
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TELEVISION/RADIO; The Noble Two-Season Mission of 'Space: 1999'
NYTimes - about 16 years
ON the moon they have a problem: atomic waste shipped from earth and stored on the dark side is about to blow. ''We have magnetic energy of unprecedented violence,'' reports an officer in Moonbase Alpha, a sleekly modular outpost for 300 people on the lunar surface. One idea is to spread the stuff out, diffusing the explosive central mass. Nice
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Catherine Schell
  • 2006
    Age 61
    She reportedly sold the inn after the death of her second husband in 2006.
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  • 1999
    Age 54
    Schell contributed a foreword to the Space: 1999 novel Born for Adversity, written by David McIntee and published by Powys Media in 2010.
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    Schell made her first convention appearance MainMission:2000, a celebration of the 25th anniversary of Space: 1999 held in New York City.
    More Details Hide Details To date, she has appeared at only one other convention, mainly due to her second husband's declining health.
    Schell's career continued into the mid-1990s, after which she retired from acting and opened Chambre d'Hôtes Valentin, a small guesthouse in Bonneval, Haute-Loire, France, which would become a popular destination for fans of Space: 1999.
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    Schell appeared in the science-fiction series Space: 1999 as a robotic servant ("Guardian of Piri", 1975), and returned to the series in its second season as the regular character Maya, a shape-shifting "metamorph" from the planet Psychon.
    More Details Hide Details Schell appeared in another British science-fiction series, as Countess Scarlioni in the Doctor Who serial City of Death (1979). Schell's brother, Paul Rudolf (born 1940), now known as Paul von Schell, has acted in a number of German-language productions. A younger brother, Peter (1941–68), died young. Through a German great-grandfather, Schell is related to Louis XIV of France (1638–1715), Philip II, Duke of Orléans (1674–1723), Regent of France and Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor (1708–65).
  • 1982
    Age 37
    Schell married director Bill Hays (1938–2006) in 1982.
    More Details Hide Details In 1984, they worked together for the first time as husband and wife on a TV production of Ivan Turgenev's play A Month in the Country.
  • 1975
    Age 30
    In 1975, she appeared opposite Peter Sellers in the comedy The Return of the Pink Panther as Lady Claudine Lytton.
    More Details Hide Details It is frequently claimed that her tendency to break into uncontrollable laughter at Sellers' antics as Inspector Clouseau spoiled many takes. The final print of the film repeatedly shows Schell attempting to stifle laughter at Sellers' behaviour, both at the Lytton residence and during the nightclub bar scene. Although these scenes are frequently offered as classic examples of corpsing, Schell has maintained in interviews that she considered it in character for Lady Lytton to be amused by Clouseau, whom she does not see as a serious threat (made clear during her banter with her on-screen husband at the film's climax in the character's hotel room). Schell's first TV credit was Till Eulenspiegel (1967), a West German comedy in which she played Nele and was billed as Katherina von Schell. Schell spent much of her career in British television, appearing in more than 47 series spanning a period of nearly 30 years. She played regular roles in series such as The Adventurer, One by One, Mog and Wish Me Luck, in addition to many guest appearances, including The Persuaders! The Troubleshooters, Arthur of the Britons, Return of the Saint, The Sweeney, The Onedin Line, The Gentle Touch, Lovejoy, Bergerac, The Bill,Howards' Way and "The Search for the Nile".
  • 1972
    Age 27
    In 1972, she appeared for the first time under the name Catherine Schell in Madame Sin, an American television film starring Bette Davis.
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  • 1969
    Age 24
    In 1969, she appeared as Bond girl Nancy in the George Lazenby James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service (credited as Catherina von Schell), and as Clementine Taplin in the science-fiction thriller Moon Zero Two.
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  • 1968
    Age 23
    While filming Amsterdam Affair in 1968, Schell met and married her first husband, British actor William Marlowe (1930–2003), and moved to London. The marriage ended in divorce in 1977.
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  • 1964
    Age 19
    Under the name Katherina von Schell, she made her film debut in 1964 as the title character in the little-known German-language film (German: Lana – Königin der Amazonen).
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  • 1957
    Age 12
    Schell entered a convent school in the New York City borough of Staten Island. In 1957, her father joined Radio Free Europe and the family moved to Munich, Germany, where Schell developed an interest in acting and attended the Otto Falckenberg School of the Performing Arts.
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  • 1950
    Age 5
    In 1950, the family emigrated to the United States, where Schell's father acquired American citizenship.
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  • 1944
    Born on July 17, 1944.
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