Gayle Hunnicutt

Born Feb 6, 1943

Gayle, Lady Jenkins, known by her birth name Gayle Hunnicutt, is an American film, stage, and television actress who worked both in the United States and Great Britain. She made more than 30 films.

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1943 Birth Born on February 6, 1943.


1968 25 Years Old From 1968 to 1975 she was married to the British actor David Hemmings; they had a son Nolan. He also became an actor. The couple divorced. She subsequently married journalist Sir Simon Jenkins; the couple lived in London's Primrose Hill area. On 27 July 2008, The Sunday Telegraph reported that the couple had separated and Lady Jenkins had initiated divorce proceedings. … Read More
1969 26 Years Old During her brief Hollywood career, Hunnicutt was typecast as a brunette sexpot. She co-starred with James Garner in the 1969 film Marlowe, in which her character was a glamorous Hollywood actress.
1970 27 Years Old After she moved to England with Hemmings in 1970, Hunnicutt was able to use the finer range of her acting.
1972 29 Years Old She had a notable role as Charlotte Stant, in the critically acclaimed Jack Pulman 1972 television adaptation of Henry James's novel, The Golden Bowl. … Read More


1984 41 Years Old In 1984, she appeared as Irene Adler opposite Jeremy Brett in the first episode ("A Scandal in Bohemia") of the acclaimed series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
1989 46 Years Old Hunnicutt returned to the United States in 1989, where she played the role of Vanessa Beaumont in the US series Dallas until 1991.


2004 61 Years Old …  In 2004, she published Dearest Virginia: Love Letters from a Cavalry Officer in the South Pacific. … Read More
2012 69 Years Old In 2012, Hunnicutt is featured in the HGTV reality TV show Selling London, Season 1, Episode 6 (HSLD-106H).
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