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Barbara Bouchet Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Aug 15, 1943
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Born in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, blonde leading lady Barbara Bouchet lived in the U.S. from early childhood. An uncommonly beautiful woman, Bouchet rose to fame as a magazine-cover and TV-commercial model. Few actresses displayed their bare abdomens with such frequency as Bouchet in the 1960s: she was fetchingly garbed in harem attire in [[Feature~V97246~John Goldfarb, Please Come Home~johngoldfarbpleasecomehome]] (1964), was killed while gamboling in the nude on the beaches of Pearl Harbor in [[Feature~V24497~In Harm's Way~inharmsway]] (1964), and spent virtually the entire running time of [[Feature~V83316~Agent for H.A.R.M.~agentforharm]] (1966) in the briefest of bikinis. In the 1967 James Bond pastiche [[Feature~V8522~Casino Royale~casinoroyale]], Bouchet was seen as Miss Moneypenny, bringing a whole new smoldering aspect to this otherwise demure character. In the early '70s, she switched her base of operations to Europe, starring in a steady stream of forgettable Italian pictures. Barbara Bouchet made a welcome return to American television screens in the 1983 TV-movie [[Feature~V43086~The Scarlet and the Black~thescarletandtheblack]]. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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