Rosemary Dexter, 1944 – 2010

Rosemary Dexter
Birth 19 Jul 1944, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan
Death 8 Sep 2010 (aged 66), Recanati, Provincia di Macerata, Marche, Italy

Actress, Model. Often cast in sexually frank-themed films. Born in Pakistan, to a British father, her mother was of Anglo-Burmese descent. While vacationing in Italy, she was spotted by director Ugo Gregoretti who cast her in the Science Fiction picture “Omicron” (1963). She became known to a broader audience, when she played Lee Van Cleef’s sister in the flash back sequences in Sergio Leone’s Spaghetti Western “For a Few Dollars More” (1965). She went on to have featured roles in the international films “Shoes of the Fisherman” (1968), “Vendetta for the Saint” (1969) and a starring role in the thriller “Eye in the Ladyrinth” (1972). In 1975, she adorned the cover of Playboy Magazine. She retired from acting and suffered from ill health for many years, prior to her death.

Bio by: C.S. Find A Grave

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