Fiona Fullerton
British actor
Fiona Fullerton
Fiona Elizabeth Fullerton is a Nigerian-born British actress and singer. She is perhaps best known for her role as KGB spy Pola Ivanova in the 1985 James Bond film A View to a Kill and as Alice in the 1972 film Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Fullerton made her film debut in 1969 with a role in Run Wild, Run Free. Subsequent credits include: Nicholas and Alexandra, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and The Human Factor.
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Rosemary Price Psychic Predicts on Strictly Come Dancing 2013
Boosh Articles - over 3 years
A good line up this year but I predict that the inclusion of Vanessa Feltz, Dave Myers and Mark Benton are more so that we have someone to laugh at. Each year there is a mature and overweight person who cannot dance taking the money as compensation for being ridiculed. They must know they have no hope of winning. None of them will take the dancing particularly seriously, but there again this gives us some variety. Debra Meaden and Fiona Fullerton are mature but are more likely to make a pleasing impression because they take whatever they do seriously and are used to having to think quickly, react quickly and put on a performance. They are used to hard work and Fiona is used to dancing having been trained in ballet. But Debra will be a strong candidate to win Strictly Come Dancing 2013 because she is so determined and competitive and hates to lose. Rosemary Price Psychic Related posts: Rosemary Price Famous Psychic Most of the clients who consult Rosemary Price are too... ...
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Was King Arthur an Irishman? - thejournal.ie
Google News - over 5 years
Irish actor Richard Harris playing King Arthur (with Fiona Fullerton as Guinevere) in the stage play 'Camelot' in 1982. A NEW BOOK is claiming that the legend of King Arthur may have its factual basis in a real life high king of Ireland
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Lancashire Telegraph helps reunite former Nelson man and Bond girl - Burnley and Pendle Citizen
Google News - over 5 years
Ex-Bond girl Fiona Fullerton and Anthony Alex Alexandrowicz lost touch in 1988 after more than a decade of writing letters to one another. Alexandrowicz was convicted of aggravated burglary and grievous bodily harm and was said to have had links to
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Tutte le ex fidanzate di Alberto di Monaco - Gossipblog.it (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... Alicia Warlick (nuotatrice olimpionica americana, 2002), Alexandra Kamp-Groeneveld, (modella tedesca, 2003), Charlene Wittstock (dal 2006, ovvero colei che ce l'ha fatta). …. madonna mia oh, Brooke Shields, Lisa Marie Presley, Fiona Fullerton…
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From the archive, 23 May 1980: Barnardo at the Royalty - The Guardian
Google News - almost 6 years
Fiona Fullerton, miraculously un-aged in the course of a show covering 30 years, is suitably fraught as his wife, Syrie (which suggests a new number – Who's Syrie Now?). And Jacob Witkin as a loveable Jewish jeweller delivers his one number with real
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Bond girl Fiona Fullerton's prison pen-pal appeal - BBC News
Google News - almost 6 years
Fiona Fullerton, who lives in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, appeared as a KGB agent in the 1985 Bond film A View to a Kill. In the 1970s she formed a friendship with Anthony Alexandrowicz, who claims he was wrongly imprisoned for spying
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Ex-Bond girl wants to trace Nelson Cold War spy suspect - Lancashire Telegraph
Google News - almost 6 years
Film star Fiona Fullerton struck up a penpal relationship with Alex Alexandrowicz after he first wrote to her from his prison cell in 1976. Alexandrowicz was convicted of aggravated burglary and grievous bodily harm, and was said to have links to
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Simon MacCorkindale, 58, British Actor With Dashing Style
NYTimes - over 6 years
Simon MacCorkindale, the dashing British actor who turned heads in the star-studded 1978 film ''Death on the Nile'' and went on to play villains and charming Englishmen on numerous television shows in Britain and the United States, died on Thursday in London. He was 58. The cause was cancer, the BBC reported. With a dramatic brow, boyish good
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TVWeekend; Romance, Power, Greed: In the Heat, Trash Rises
NYTimes - over 24 years
Summer books, summer television: either way, trash tends to have the upper hand. Touching both bases is "To Be the Best," a two-part, four-hour movie based on a best-selling novel by Barbara Taylor Bradford. It is being broadcast on CBS this Sunday and Tuesday at 9 P.M. Mrs. Bradford's "Woman of Substance" was turned into a mini-series of substance
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Corrections
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: A picture caption yesterday about the ''Masterpiece Theater'' television broadcast of ''The Charmer'' misidentified the actress shown. She was Fiona Fullerton, not Judy Parfitt. A picture caption yesterday about the ''Masterpiece Theater'' television broadcast of ''The Charmer'' misidentified the actress shown. She was Fiona Fullerton, not
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TV Weekend; A Trail of Broken Hearts And a Memorable Rat
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: British television has long had an enviable reputation for finding just the right actor for the right role. The result is a steady flow of really quite wonderful performances that can make something special out of seemingly ordinary vehicles. For current illustration, there is ''The Charmer,'' a London Weekend Television mini-series that, far
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Review/Television; A New Tale by P. D. James on 'Mystery'
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: Swaddled for a couple of months in the rather precious company of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot, public television's ''Mystery'' turns tonight to the detached irony of P. D. James's Adam Dalgliesh. Art Deco is giving way to contemporary grime, tidy little stories to grim social explorations. Finicky Poirot has little in common with dour
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TV WEEKEND; PINTER'S 'ROOM' AND DANCE THEATER OF HARLEM
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: IF this is Harold Pinter and the Dance Theater of Harlem on commercial television, it must be Christmas week, when television viewing levels are low and the networks rush to get rid of the kinds of programs - the arts projects or news documentaries - that might win prestige awards but not competitive ratings. IF this is Harold Pinter and the
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