Julie Christie: Hollywood actress, born 1941 in British India, on screen 1961 – 2012.
Archive for the ‘British’ Category
Chelsea Brown, the first black woman in Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, has flown in from Sydney, her home for 17 years. Now living in her native England, Judy Carne, 53, the show’s “sock it to me” girl, really got socked after leaving Laugh-In in 1970. Hawn leaped from Laugh-In to the big screen after just two seasons and won an Oscar for Cactus Flower. PEOPLE February 8, 1993.
Judy Carne (British 1939–2015); Goldie Hawn (American born 1945) – most recent screen credit 2012; Chelsea Brown (American born 1947) after getting her break on Laugh In (1968-69), appeared on TV and B-grade movies including The Thing with Two Heads (1972) before relocating to Australia in 1976 and becoming a TV personality and entertainer.
Judy Carne (Joyce Audrey Botterill 1939 – 2015), a sprightly British actress and comedian who rocketed to pop culture fame as the “sock it to me” girl on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” a landmark of television zaniness, before her career was derailed by drug arrests and a near-fatal automobile accident, died on Thursday in Northampton, England. She was 76. NY Times.
Suzanna Leigh: born Suzanna Smyth 26 July 1945, London England. On screen 1963 – 1978 including “The Pleasure Girls” (UK 1965), “Boeing, Boeing” (1965), Elvis Presley’s “Paradise, Hawaiian Style” (1966), spy spoof “Deadlier Than The Male” (1967), Hammer Horrors “Lust for a Vampire” (1971) and “Son of Dracula” (1974).
Judy Carne (1939 – 2015): British actress in Hollywood. “British- born Judy Carne co-stars with Peter Deuel in “Love on a rooftop,” a new Screen Gems series about a young married couple take up residence in a postage-stamp sized apartment in San Francisco. The comedy premieres in color Tuesday, Sept. 13 1966 at 9:30 on ABC – TV.