Britt Ekland hot young
October 6, 1942
5 ft 5 in | 166 cm
34-24-34 in | 86-61-86.5 cm
50 kg | 110 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Britt Ekland was born in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 6, 1942, is an Swedish hot actress. Young Britt Ekland made her big screen debut in musical comedy film G.I. Blues (1960) opposite Elvis Presley. Her breakthrough performance came as Anna in British crime movie Get Carter (1971) opposite Michael Caine. She played Bond girl Mary Goodnight in British spy movie The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) with Roger Moore.
Casanova & Co. (1977) comedy romance opposite Tony Curtis
The Wicker Man (1973) mystery horror opposite Christopher Lee
The Monster Club (1981) horror opposite Vincent Price
Scandal (1989) drama opposite John Hurt and Ian McKellen
Asylum (1972) horror opposite Charlotte Rampling
The Night They Raided Minsky's (1968) musical comedy with Norman Wisdom
Fraternity Vacation (1985) comedy opposite Tim Robbins
The Double Man (1967) spy opposite Yul Brynner
The Happy Thieves (1961) comedy drama opposite Rita Hayworth and Rex Harrison
She starred in three films opposite Peter Sellers:
A Carol for Another Christmas (1964) drama fantasy in role as The Mother
After the Fox (1966) comedy in role as Gina Vanucci / Gina Romantica
The Bobo (1967) comedy in role as Olimpia Segura
Britt was married to English film actor Peter Sellers (1964-1968), they have one child together.
She had an affair with British rock singer Rod Stewart in 1975.
A lot of young actresses have a hard time combining a reasonable love life with a career.
I will do my best to entertain. That's what I am: an entertainer.
Generally, I'm a pretty positive, but like any other working person, if the jobs aren't coming in, I do get depressed.
I was so beautiful but I didn't realise it for years. I saw pictures of myself and even I was stunned.
I love luxury, I love the high life, and I have to foot the bills - I have received practically nothing from my marriages and relationships.
I'm a very physical person. I like to run and I like to work out.
I've been doing Pilates since 1974, I lift weights, I power walk every day and I run backwards. That's sometimes a little hard when you're not on your home turf, because you've got to find a place where there are no bumps in the way - or people.
I had a husband who, I'm convinced, was an undiagnosed manic depressive. He didn't treat me as if I had a brain - I was just this beautiful little doll he could show off.