She first won attention for her role in Fantastic Voyage (1966), after which she won a contract with 20th Century Fox. She had only three lines in the film, yet images of her in the doe-skin bikini which she wore became best-selling posters that turned her into a celebrity sex symbol.
You’ve played Guinevere in the TV series Camelot, appeared in the squeaky-clean Chalet Girl and have nine A-grade GCSEs – so why the full nudity? and slim as a wraith with a model’s 36-inch legs, bursts into peals of laughter at my breathless bombardment. I turned down the part at first, because I didn’t want to go from St Trinian’s, which was quite saucy, to a naked role.And, more eye-watering still, why those orgy scenes with Steve Coogan as a moustachioed Raymond? But Michael was adamant She comes across as the epitome of body confidence, yet denies it comes naturally (a testament to her acting ability).‘I wouldn’t dream of accepting a role and then announcing, “You can only see side boob.” Once you take a role you have to do it properly and do it justice,’ Tamsin says firmly. But I’m an actress playing someone who wasn’t in the least bit bothered about stripping off, so that’s the ballsy character I became during the film.’Dubbed the King of Soho, Raymond built up a £1.5 billion property, strip joint and magazine empire, and was a serial womaniser who would routinely bed other women at his clubs, to his wife’s knowledge, before returning home to her.Hey Evan, I am writing to you from a pseudonym because I’m a public figure and could use your advice!I may not be a household name, but I have enough of a recognizability that makes online dating impossible.