Lynne Frederick

Lynne Frederick

Born: July 25, 1954
Died: April 27, 1994
in Hillingdon, Middlesex, England, UK
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Lynne Maria Frederick (25 July 1954 – 27 April 1994) was an English film actress. In a career spanning ten years she made about thirty films or television drama appearances, but she is best remembered as the last wife of Peter Sellers. She was married twice after his death.

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Movies for Lynne Frederick...

The Prisoner of Zenda
Title: The Prisoner of Zenda
Character: Princess Flavia
Released: August 17, 1979
Type: Movie
Anthony Hope's classic tale gets a decidedly 'un-classic' treatment at the hands of Peter Sellers. Following the story somewhat, friends of the new King Rudolph of Ruritania fear for his life, and switch him with a look-a-like London cabby. Throw in two(!) lovely blondes, treachery, and a battle for life and honour, and enjoy life at its zaniest.
Voyage of the Damned
Title: Voyage of the Damned
Character: Anna Rosen
Released: December 22, 1976
Type: Movie
A luxury liner carries Jewish refugees from Hitler's Germany in a desperate fight for survival.
Title: Schizo
Character: Samantha
Released: November 11, 1976
Type: Movie
A recently-married woman who has been labeled as mentally unstable, begins to suspect that someone close to her is the culprit in a sudden string of murders.
The Other Woman
Title: The Other Woman
Character: Niki
Released: January 6, 1976
Type: Movie
A lesbian artist creates a love triangle when she moves in with a closeted teenage girl and the man in her pre-arranged heterosexual marriage.
Largo retorno
Title: Largo retorno
Character: Anna
Released: November 12, 1975
Type: Movie
Title: Space: 1999
Character: Shermeen Williams
Released: September 4, 1975
Type: TV
The crew of Moonbase Alpha must struggle to survive when a massive explosion throws the Moon from orbit into deep space.
Four of the Apocalypse
Title: Four of the Apocalypse
Character: Bunny
Released: August 12, 1975
Type: Movie
Four petty criminals, three men and a woman, wander through the trackless terrain of the Wild West Utah and are hounded by a sadistic bandit.
Red Coat
Title: Red Coat
Character: Elizabeth
Released: April 23, 1975
Type: Movie
Cormack, the lawman most feared by the rugged pioneers at the turn of the century, has a mysterious bond with "Caribou," an outlaw whom he has jailed. When Caribou escapes from prison, he returns to seek revenge.
Vice and Virtue
Title: Vice and Virtue
Character: Rosa
Released: February 1, 1975
Type: Movie
The Canterville Ghost
Title: The Canterville Ghost
Character: Virginia Otis
Released: December 31, 1974
Type: Movie
The ghost of Sir Simon Canterville has been roaming his castle searching in vain for a descendant who will release him from the Canterville curse by performing a brave deed. An American family moves in and finds the ghost amusing, but a young girl in the family can release him - if she dares.
Phase IV
Title: Phase IV
Character: Kendra Eldridge
Released: September 1, 1974
Type: Movie
Arizona ants mock the food chain on their way to a desert lab to get two scientists and a woman.
The Amazing Mr Blunden
Title: The Amazing Mr Blunden
Character: Lucy Allen
Released: December 7, 1972
Type: Movie
Mysterious old solicitor Mr. Blunden visits Mrs. Allen and her young children in their squalid, tiny Camden Town flat and makes her an offer she cannot refuse. The family become the housekeepers to a derelict country mansion in the charge of the solicitors. One day the children meet the spirits of two other children who died in the mansion nearly a hundred years prior. The children prepare a magic potion that allows them to travel backwards in time to the era of the ghost children. Will the children be able to help their new friends and what will happen to them if they do?
Henry VIII and His Six Wives
Title: Henry VIII and His Six Wives
Character: Catherine Howard
Released: July 13, 1972
Type: Movie
1547, King Henry VIII's life has taken a turn for the worse and he is forced to look back over his life and the many loves which had brought him his three children, only one of which was the desired male heir to secure the Tudor dynasty.
Vampire Circus
Title: Vampire Circus
Character: Dora Mueller
Released: April 30, 1972
Type: Movie
After a spate of murders, the villagers of Schtettel kill the depraved perpetrator, Count Mitterhouse. Fifteen years later the Circus of Nights appeared in the plague-ridden village and its performers include Mitterhouse's mistress, children and cousins. They have come to Schtettel to fulfil the Count's last words, an evil, vicious curse of death and destruction on those who participated in his impaling. The children of Schtettel become the targets for a brutal and devastating revenge as the Vampire Circus rehearses for its most deadly performance.
Nicholas and Alexandra
Title: Nicholas and Alexandra
Character: Tatiana
Released: November 29, 1971
Type: Movie
Tsar Nicholas II, the inept last monarch of Russia, insensitive to the needs of his people, is overthrown and exiled to Siberia with his family.
Title: Now Take My Wife
Released: April 1, 1971
Type: TV
Now Take My Wife was a BBC situation comedy which ran for only one series of 14 episodes in 1971. It starred Sheila Hancock and Donald Houston as a suburban middle-class couple, Claire and Harry Love. He would start each episode by turning to the camera and saying "Now ... take my wife". They had a teenage daughter, played by Liz Edmiston. Their next-door neighbour was an eccentric German woman, who also had a daughter. Of the 14 episodes, two are currently missing from the BBC archives; they were either wiped to reuse the tapes or possibly lost at one stage after their first broadcast. Several years later, in a Guardian interview, Hancock indicated that she was not very happy with the programme, seeing it as an example of the sort of stereotyped role for women actors she landed. However, her character often got the better of her husband during each episode.
No Blade of Grass
Title: No Blade of Grass
Character: Mary Custance
Released: October 23, 1970
Type: Movie
A strange new virus has appeared, which only attacks strains of grasses such as wheat and rice, and the world is descending into famine and chaos. Architect John, along with his family and friends, is making his way from London to his brother's farm in northern England where there will hopefully be food and safety for all of them.
Title: Play for Today
Released: October 15, 1970
Type: TV
Play for Today is a British television anthology drama series, produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC1 from 1970 to 1984. During the run, more than three hundred programmes, featuring original television plays, and adaptations of stage plays and novels, were transmitted. The individual episodes were between fifty and a hundred minutes in duration.
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