Yutte Stensgaard
Danish actor
Yutte Stensgaard
Yutte Stensgaard is a Danish actress born in Thisted, Jutland, Denmark, best known for her starring role in Hammer's Lust for a Vampire.
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    TWENTIES
  • 1972
    Age 25
    Stensgaard has married twice: first to art director Tony Curtis; second to John Kerwin. She left acting in 1972, went to live in the U.S. and had a son called Sten.
    More Details Hide Details She became a devoted Christian and for years worked at a radio station (selling ad time for Art Bell - mentioned on an August 15, 1997 program on vampires), selling air-time and refusing to discuss her acting career. She was tracked down by a Danish horror fan, Nicolas Barbano, and eventually agreed to an interview (which appeared in Video Watchdog). Soon after, she was guest of honour at a horror convention. Stensgaard's image continues to grace the covers of numerous book and magazine publications; for instance, Marcus Hearn's book Hammer Glamour (2009), which contains a chapter on her. Citations External link Literature
  • 1970
    Age 23
    Stensgaard auditioned for the part of Doctor Who companion (Jo Grant), alongside third Doctor Jon Pertwee in 1970.
    More Details Hide Details Towards the end of her career she appeared in pantomime and the stage-farce Boeing-Boeing (1971). She also appeared on TV as a hostess on the popular game show The Golden Shot (hosted by Bob Monkhouse).
  • 1968
    Age 21
    Stensgaard started her acting career in 1968 in the film La Ragazza con la pistola (The Girl with the Pistol).
    More Details Hide Details She then played parts in diverse UK TV-series: The Saint (1968; episode: "The Desperate Diplomat"); Broaden Your Mind (1969); Doctor in the House (1969/70) - in which she played the recurring role of Helga, Dave Briddock's girlfriend; On the Buses (1970; episode: "The New Uniforms", as Ingrid, a Swedish tourist); Special Branch (1970; episode: "Miss International" as Nina Sareth); sci-fi comedy series The Adventures of Don Quick (1970; as Flosshilda); Jason King (1971; as Arlene in the episode "As Easy as A.B.C."); The Persuaders! (1971; playing Bibi, a Judo instructress who assists Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis in the episode "The Morning After"); The Marty Feldman Comedy Machine (1972), and anthology series Dead of Night (1972; as Gertrude Wickett in the episode "Bedtime"). Her film parts include the Bulldog Drummond film Some Girls Do (1969) as Robot One; she played small parts in If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium (1969), Scream and Scream Again (1970) and Doctor In Trouble (1970). She also appeared in the low-budget sci-fi sex comedy Zeta One (1969).
  • TEENAGE
  • 1963
    Age 16
    Born Jytte Stensgaard, she moved to the United Kingdom to improve her English in 1963.
    More Details Hide Details She worked as an au pair, studied stenography and became a model for a time.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1946
    Born
    Born on May 14, 1946.
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