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Lynne Frederick
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Actress
    (July 25, 1954-April 27, 1994)
    Born in Hillingdon, England, United Kingdom
    Appeared in the films 'No Blade of Grass' (1970), 'Nicholas and Alexandra' (1971), 'Henry VIII and His Six Wives' (1972), 'Vampire Circus' (1972), 'The Amazing Mr. Blunden' (1972), 'The Lady from the Sea' (1974), 'Schizo' (1976), 'Voyage of the Damned' (1976) and 'The Prisoner of Zenda' (1979)
    She married Peter Sellers three weeks after they first met.
    Spike Milligan claimed that she encouraged Sellers' drinking and cocaine abuse.
    A week before his death, she and Sellers reportedly agreed to a divorce settlement that would leave her £327,000 and their house in Los Angeles.
    However, since the divorce had not been finalized before his fatal heart attack, she received almost all of Sellers' £4.5 million estate.
    She ignored friends of Sellers who urged her to give some of the money to Sellers' three children, who he had cut off with £750 each.
    She was married to David Frost for less than one and half years (1981-82).
    She became increasingly obsessed with Sellers' memory and built a shrine to him at her Swiss chalet.
    She did nude or topless scenes in three of her films.
    Sellers had married Britt Ekland just 11 days after meeting her, so by his standards his courtship of Frederick was downright sedate.
    Seller's explanation of her appeal: 'She's dynamite in bed.'
    She won $1.5 million in a lawsuit against the producers of 'The Trail of the Pink Panther,' which had been cobbled together using outtakes of Sellers from the previous films in the series.
    Her mother Iris said, 'Whenever something nasty was written about her, Lynne used to say, 'They've done it before. They'll do it again.' She just learned to ignore all the hate.'

Credit: C. Fishel


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