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Mandy Rice-Davies

Actress
Female
Born Oct 21, 1944

Mandy Rice-Davies is a British former model and showgirl best known for her role in the Profumo affair and her association with Christine Keeler, which discredited the Conservative government of British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in 1963.

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    T Thomson To Pay £22,500 To Tourist Who Fell Ill At Egyptian Resort
    Daily Mail (UK) - May 01, 2015
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    Andrew Lloyd Webber Gets Sexy With 'stephen Ward'
    Huffington Post - Sep 30, 2013
  • A Less Than Alarming Airport Evacuation
    Huffington Post - Aug 05, 2013
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CHILDHOOD

1944 Birth Born on October 21, 1944.

TEENAGE

1962 17 Years Old 1 More Event
Rice-Davies often visited Keeler at the house she shared with Ward at Wimpole Mews, Marylebone, and, after Keeler had moved elsewhere, lived there herself, between September and December 1962.
1964 19 Years Old …  Rice-Davies released a 45 EP on the Ember label (EMB EP 4537) in May 1964 entitled Introducing Mandy, which included cover versions of songs such as "All I Do Is Dream of You" and "You Got What It Takes".

TWENTIES

1966 21 Years Old Rice-Davies traded on the notoriety the trial brought her, comparing herself to Nelson's mistress, Lady Hamilton. In 1966 she married the Israeli businessman, Rafi Shauli and moved to Israel. … Read More

THIRTIES

1980 35 Years Old In 1980, with Shirley Flack, Rice-Davies wrote her autobiography, Mandy. … Read More

FORTIES

1989 44 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1989, she wrote a novel titled The Scarlet Thread. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

2014 69 Years Old 1 More Event
On Radio 4's Midweek on 5 February 2014 Rice-Davies said of Stephen Ward, "I didn't fall for him, but I did have an affair with him." … Read More
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