Lynne Frederick
Lynne Frederick
Lynne Maria Frederick was an English film actress. In a career spanning ten years she made about thirty films or television drama appearances, but she is best remembered as the last wife of Peter Sellers. She was married twice after his death.
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Continúa vigente Peter Sellers gracias a sus películas - SDP Noticias
Google News - over 5 years
En 1977 contrajo matrimonio por cuarta vez, con la actriz Lynne Frederick. También destaca su papel como jardinero en la película "Bienvenido Mr. Chance" de H. Ashby en 1979, por la que fue nominado en segunda ocasión al Oscar
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Phase IV - Sky Movies
Google News - almost 6 years
... Bush) but tricky-to-follow story of scientists trying to discover why colonies of normally antagonistic ants are banding together and attacking as a collective force. Nigel Davenport, Lynne Frederick and Michael Murphy are the humans in danger
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Lynne Frederick, Film Actress, 39
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Lynne Frederick, the British actress who was the widow of the actor Peter Sellers, was found dead in her bed on Wednesday at her home in west Los Angeles. She was 39. There was no evidence of foul play or suicide, said Scott Carrier, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office. More tests were planned after an autopsy failed to
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Sellers's Widow Wins $1 Million Movie Suit
NYTimes - almost 32 years
The actress Lynne Frederick was awarded $1 million in damages today in a suit in which she contended the movie ''Trail of the Pink Panther'' insulted the memory of her late husband, Peter Sellers. But the High Court refused to grant Miss Frederick's request for an injunction against further showing of the film. The film used discarded clips from
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David Frost Weds Daughter of Duke
NYTimes - almost 34 years
David Frost, the television personality and writer, and Lady Carina Fitzalan Howard, a daughter of the Duke of Norfolk, were married at the registrar's office in the Chelsea section of London last Saturday. The bride, who is 30 years old, and Mr. Frost, 43, are honeymooning this weekend at the residence in Jamaica of David Mahoney, chairman of the
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NYTimes - over 34 years
High drama is in abundant supply in London this summer, but one doesn't necessarily enter a theater to find it. Simply by walking outside, one could witness, in June alone, the jubilation surrounding both the Argentine collapse in the Falklands and the royal birth. There were diverting sideshows, too - from a crippling transit strike to Wimbledon
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NYTimes - almost 35 years
TWO weeks ago, I wrote about the wonders of movies on video cassette, saying that this was a way film fans could watch unedited prints of their favorite films at home. Shortly thereafter, I received a dismaying number of telephone calls from people who had bought cassettes that had indeed been edited. Their mistake, like mine, had been to assume
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NYTimes - almost 35 years
PETER SELLERS The Authorized Biography. By Alexander Walker. Illustrated. 281 pp. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. $13.95. P.S. I LOVE YOU An Intimate Portrait of Peter Sellers. By Michael Sellers. With Sarah and Victoria Sellers.Illustrated. 238 pp. New York: E. P. Dutton. $12.95. IN 1973 actor Peter Sellers told a journalist that he had ''only
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Peter Sellers's Widow Is Married To David Frost in British Village
NYTimes - about 36 years
David Frost and Lynne Frederick, the widow of Peter Sellers, were married near here today. Mr. Frost, a 41-year-old television personality, and the British actress, who is 26, have been seen together frequently since December. They were close friends six years ago, before her 1977 marriage to Mr. Sellers, the actor and comedian who died last July
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lynne Frederick
  • 1994
    Age 39
    On 27 April 1994, Lynne was found dead in her West Los Angeles home, aged 39.
    More Details Hide Details There was no evidence of foul play, and although suicide was suspected by some, a post-mortem failed to determine the cause of death. She was survived by her mother, Iris, and her 11-year-old daughter, Cassie. Her remains were cremated at Golders Green Crematorium in London and her ashes were mingled and then interred with those of her first husband, Peter Sellers. Lynne's estate passed into a trust fund, the Lynne Unger Children's Trust, to be administered by accountants in Santa Monica, California. Whereas the great bulk of that estate consisted of Lynne's fortuitous inheritance from Peter Sellers, the sole beneficiary was her only biological daughter, Cassie Unger, born of her third marriage. Not even at this time did any of their father's money find its way to Peter Sellers's own children.
  • 1982
    Age 27
    She later married a Californian surgeon and heart specialist, Dr. Barry Unger, in December 1982; they were divorced in 1991.
    More Details Hide Details In her last marriage, she bore her only child, Cassie Unger (born 1983). Following her divorce from her third husband, Lynne's health deteriorated, and her substance abuse increased. Victoria Sellers, daughter of Peter Sellers by his previous marriage to Britt Ekland, last saw Lynne three weeks before her death and subsequently said, "I was so shocked. Lynne was sitting in her kitchen, dressed in a filthy kaftan. She could hardly move. She was swigging vodka directly from a jug with a handle on the side".
  • 1977
    Age 22
    Frederick's first marriage, at age 22, was to Peter Sellers on 18 February 1977.
    More Details Hide Details The marriage was rocky, and Sellers was reportedly in the process of excluding her from his will a week before he died of a heart attack on 24 July 1980, the day before her 26th birthday. Despite appeals from a number of Sellers' friends to make a fairer settlement to the children, Frederick refused to give her stepchildren anything. She reportedly suffered from severe depression because of Sellers's death and attempted suicide numerous times. Over her remaining 14 years following Sellers' death, she reportedly became obsessed by his memory and kept a shrine to him at their Swiss chalet in Gstaad, which she inherited from him. She briefly married David Frost (on 25 January 1981); they divorced 17 months later.
  • 1972
    Age 17
    Her next role was in the 1972 children's film The Amazing Mr. Blunden and in 1973 she won the Evening Standard British Film Award for Best New Actress.
    More Details Hide Details Other notable films included Saul Bass' science fiction thriller Phase IV (1974), the Spanish romance A Long Return (1975), and Schizo (1976). Her last role came in the 1979 film The Prisoner of Zenda, in which she worked with her then husband Peter Sellers. In 1985, she was reportedly offered the role of Kumiko in The Karate Kid, Part II. At the time the script was written in mind for an English actress who was to play a half English, half-Japanese village girl adopted by her Japanese aunt. Frederick, who hadn't appeared in a theatrical release since The Prisoner of Zenda in 1979, had been planning an acting comeback for quite some time. Despite her interest in the script, she turned the offer down, preferring instead to concentrate on motherhood as she had given birth to a daughter the previous year.
    However her best-known appearance came shortly afterwards when she played another historical character, Catherine Howard in Henry VIII and His Six Wives in 1972.
    More Details Hide Details Frederick would go on to pursue a successful career in films throughout the 1970s.
  • 1971
    Age 16
    She appeared a year later in the 1971 biographical film Nicholas and Alexandra, in which she played Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia, second eldest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II.
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  • 1954
    Born on July 25, 1954.
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