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Margaret Nolan
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Actress
    (October 29, 1943-October 5, 2020)
    Born in Norton Radstock, Somerset, England, United Kingdom
    Appeared in the films ‘Goldfinger’ (1964), ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ (1964), ‘Ferry Cross the Mersey’ (1965), ‘Carry On Cowboy’ (1965), ‘The Great St. Trinian’s Train Robbery’ (1966), ‘Bikini Paradise’ (1967), ‘The Best House in London’ (1969), ‘Carry On Henry’ (1971), ‘Carry On at Your Convenience’ (1971), ‘Carry On Matron’ (1972), ‘No Sex Please, We’re British’ (1973), ‘Carry On Girls’ (1973), ‘Carry On Dick’ (1974), ‘Sky Bandits’ (1986), and ‘The Power of Three’ (2011)
    She initially studied to be a ballet dancer, but ‘I grew too tall.’
    Early in her modeling career, she went by the name Vicky Kennedy.
    She tended to be cast more for her figure than her acting ability.
    Her credited roles include ‘busty prostitute’ (in ‘The Best House in London’) and ‘buxom lass’ (in ‘Carry On, Henry’).
    She was typecast as dumb blondes.
    In addition to her small role in ‘Goldfinger’ as Dink, Bond’s masseuse, she also appeared as the gold-painted girl in the credit sequence (and on the cover of the soundtrack album).
    She posed for Playboy’s pictorial essay, ‘James Bond’s Girls.’ (November, 1965)
    She appeared in five BBC series with Spike Milligan and credited him with teaching her ‘that timing is what makes things funny.’
    After largely retiring from acting, she launched a career as a visual artist, having several gallery shows of montages that she created from her old publicity photos.

Credit: C. Fishel


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