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The boy, Damien Zach was given the last name "Cord however, his biological father was British actor Terence Stamp. 6 She and Cord were divorced in 1989 after 21 years of marriage. She has not remarried. In the 1970s her feature film appearances became sporadic.
She starred in the NBC miniseries Captains and the Kings (1976 guest-starred four times on the classic Rod Serling anthology series Night Gallery, starred in the episode "You're Not Alone" from the 1977 NBC anthology series Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected (known in the.
Kildare Yvonne Barlow Guest role (season 5) 1967 Three for Danger Serena TV film 1970 Night Gallery Elaine Latimer "The House" 1971 Night Gallery Claire Foster "Keep in Touch - We'll Think of Something" 1971 Mannix Cindy Warren "A Button for General D." 1972 The.
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Caroline Arnold 1982 Double Exposure Mindy Jordache 1982 Black Commando Desdemona 1987 Sweet Country Monica 1990 Terror in Paradise Dr. Fletcher Television edit Year Title Role Notes 1964 Route 66 Millie Wilkins "Child of a Night" 1965 The Doctors Judy Lloyd "1.481" 1965 The Nurses.
When Pettet was 16, she moved to New York City. 2 Newspaper columnist Walter Winchell described her as "a breathtaking teen-age darling from. Canada." 4 Pettet studied with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, 2 as well as at the. Lincoln.
Pettet also made appearances on the television series Banacek, McCloud, Mannix, Police Woman, Knight Rider and Murder, She Wrote. In 1984, she appeared as herself in a James Bond tribute episode of The Fall Guy alongside ex- Bond girls Britt Ekland and Lana Wood. Recognition.
The success of that film launched a film career that included roles in The Night of the Generals (1967 as Mata Bond in the James Bond spoof Casino Royale (1967 Peter Yates's Robbery (1967) with Stanley Baker, Blue (1968) with Terence Stamp, and the Victorian.