Yvonne Romain
British actor
Yvonne Romain
Yvonne Romain is a British film and television actress of the late 1950s and 1960s.
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  • 1961
    Age 22
    Romain also costarred in the Danger Man episode titled Sabotage in 1961.
    More Details Hide Details Oliver Reed would be Romain's most frequent co-star, though. The two appeared together again in an episode of The Saint, and for a fourth and final time in The Brigand of Kandahar (1965). Soon after, Romain relocated to Los Angeles and starred alongside Ann-Margret in The Swinger (1966), and Elvis Presley in Double Trouble (1967), which she herself calls a 'dreadful movie', though she enjoyed the experience. After a break from the screen, Romain emerged from semi-retirement as the title character in the Anthony Perkins/Stephen Sondheim-scripted mystery thriller The Last of Sheila (1973). This is her last screen role to date. She married the film composer Leslie Bricusse, who provided the lyrics for the classic James Bond themes Goldfinger and You Only Live Twice, and she later turned down a seven-year contract with Federico Fellini because it meant working away from her Hollywood-based husband and young son.
  • 1938
    Born on February 17, 1938.
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