Easily our choice for “Best Eyes” of the Hammer Girls, Madeline Smith launched her screen career with a small part in the 1970 sex romp Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You, appearing with fellow Hammer Girl Veronica Carlson. The following year, she appeared in two films for Hammer Studios: as “Dolly” in Taste The Blood of Dracula (opposite Christopher Lee), and as “Emma Morton” in The Vampire Lovers (opposite Peter Cushing). In 1973, she appeared with Vincent Price in Theatre of Blood, and joined the ranks of the Bond Girls as “Miss Caruso” in Live and Let Die, with Roger Moore as James Bond. A year later, she returned to Hammer, starring with David Prowse and reunited with Peter Cushing in Frankenstein and The Monster From Hell.
Birthdate: August 2, 1949
Birthplace: Hartfield, England
Madeline Smith retired from acting in 1984, but makes periodic convention appearances for her fans.
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