Ursula Andress hot young
March 19, 1936
5 ft 5 in | 165 cm
38-25-35 in | 97-64-89 cm
57 kg | 125 pounds
9 US | 39.5 EU
Ursula Andress was born in Ostermundigen, Switzerland, on March 19, 1936, is an Swiss hot actress. Young Ursula Andress began her career as art model. She made her big screen debut in Italian comedy film An American in Rome (1954) in role as Astrid. Her breakthrough performance came as Bond girl Honey Ryder in the James Bond movie Dr. No. (1962) with Sean Connery, for which she won an Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year.
She played Vesper Lynd in Bond parody film Casino Royale (1967) opposite Peter Sellers.
Fun in Acapulco (1963) musical comedy opposite Elvis Presley
The 10th Victim (1965) science fiction with Marcello Mastroianni
4 for Texas (1963) Western comedy with Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Charles Bronson
Red Sun (1971) Western with Charles Bronson, Toshiro Mifune and Alain Delon
Clash of the Titans (1981) fantasy adventure with Laurence Olivier
She (1965) fantasy adventure with Christopher Lee
The Blue Max (1966) drama action with James Mason
Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978) horror opposite Stacy Keach
The Sensuous Nurse (1975) comedy with Jack Palance
The Southern Star (1969) comedy crime with Orson Welles
Up to His Ears (1965) adventure comedy with Jean-Paul Belmondo
Safari Express (1976) action comedy with Jack Palance
She posed eight times for the Playboy magazine.
Was dated actor James Dean.
Was in relationships with actors Jean-Paul Belmondo and Ryan O'Neal.
Her first role in an English speaking movie was Dr. No. (1962).
White bikini which Andress wore in film Dr. No was sold at an auction for £ 35'000 in 2001.
It's a mystery. All I did was wear this bikini in Dr. No (1962) - not even a small one - and whoosh! Overnight, I made it.
I didn't see Dr. No for a year, but I liked it when I saw it. It was a fun movie. I don't like the Bond movies now. I hate special effects.
I hate to look at myself in a mirror, and I never go and see films.
I don't use my body to seduce, no. I just stand there.
I adored Elvis; he was the kindest man there was. At the beginning, I was not fond of him. You know, you judge people by what you read about them. But Elvis was adorable, so sweet, nice, and kind. We continued to be friends, and I saw him once or twice a year. But he was a troubled person.
Even if you have $20,000 to buy an item, you still try to get a good price at antique stores. I collect furniture, rugs, paintings, frames. It's my hobby to go around to shops and markets.
I take care of my flowers and my cats. And enjoy food. And that's living.