Annette Andre

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Annette Andre (born 24 June 1939, Sydney, Australia) is an Australian actress best known for her work on British television throughout the 1960s and 1970s. She was educated at Brigidine College, Sydney. Her father was an upholsterer.

She began work as a dancer and singer in radio and also worked in theatre and television in Australia. Her first film was in the UK and was called This is My Street. She played in the stage musical Vanity Fair in London's West End.

Probably her most memorable role was starring as Marty Hopkirk's widow Jeannie Hopkirk in the late 1960s ITV cult classic Randall and Hopkirk . Her friend Alexandra Bastedo was appearing in another ITC series on a neighbouring set, The Champions, and they occasionally swapped wardrobes since they had a similar physique.

Andre also made many guest appearances in popular shows such as Whiplash, The Avengers, The Saint, Adam Adamant Lives!, The Troubleshooters, The Baron and The Prisoner. She played Philia, a beautiful virgin concubine from the house of procurer Marcus Lycus (Phil Silvers) in the 1966 film version of the Broadway musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

During the 1970s, Andre guest-starred in episodes of The Persuaders!, The New Avengers and Return of the Saint. In the 1980s, she appeared in the soap opera Crossroads as well as returning to Australia to play Jennifer Brent in Taurus Rising and Camilla Wells in Prisoner.

During 1985 and 1986, she appeared onstage in...
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