Tania Busselier

Tania Busselier was born on June 29, 1946 in Charlieu, Loire, France as Andrée Busselier. She was previously married to Roland Lesaffre.
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Actress (19 credits)
 1981 Société Amoureuse à Responsabilité Limitée (TV Movie)
La fille publique
 1981 Cinéma 16 (TV Series)
La fille respectueuse

Au bout du chemin (1981) … La fille respectueuse
 1977 Wanda, the Wicked Warden
Abbie Phillips
 1976 Dora… la frénésie du plaisir
Irène / Jacques’ first wife
 1976 Douces pénétrations
 1976 Les 69 positions
 1975 Sensations
Tania Soarez (as Tania Bussel)
 1974 Young Casanova
La nurse
 1974 Le corps a ses raisons
La barmaid
 1974 Plaisir à trois
 1974 Hotel of Free Love
 1971 Law Breakers (uncredited)


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Actress (7 credits)
 1979 Libidomania
Woman in Orgy (uncredited)
 1976 Die Marquise von Sade
Blond victim
 1976 Barbed Wire Dolls
Pompadour (as Peggy Markhoff)
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Monica Swinn was born Monika Swuine on September 19, 1948 in Charleroi, Belgium. A graduate of both the IAD – Institut des Arts de Diffusion and the Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Swinn initially started acting on stage in Brussels. Monica’s first few films were experimental shorts. Best known for acting in a handful of racy exploitation movies …
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Actress (40 credits)
 1978 East of Berlin
 1978 Women Without Innocence
Sandra Mauro
 1977 Love Camp
Maria (as Monika Swin)
 1977 Cinéma 16 (TV Series)

 1977 Shining Sex
Madame Pécame
 1977 Hitler’s Last Train
Ingrid Schüler
 1976 Die Marquise von Sade
The journalist
 1976 Golden Jail
 1976 Les emmerdeuses
 1976 Barbed Wire Dolls
The Wardress (as Monika Swinn)
 1976 Midnight Party
 1975 Once Upon a Virgin
La fille du recommencement
 1975 The Mark of Zorro
Miss Hayes
 1975 L’éventreur de Notre-Dame
Maria, a sadist
 1975 Les chatouilleuses
 1975 But Who Raped Linda?
Lorna / Wife
 1975 Le jouisseur
Mrs. Lapierre
 1974 The Perverse Countess
Prisoner (uncredited)
 1974 The Demoniacs
Une fille dans la taverne (as Monika)
 1974 Celestine, Maid at Your Service
Mademoiselle Ursule (uncredited)
 1974 Prout prout tralala (Short)
Narrator (voice, uncredited)
 1973 Al otro lado del espejo
Marie’s Girlfriend (French Version Only) (uncredited)
 1973 Female Vampire
Princess de Rochefort (as Monica Swin)
 1972 Jailbait
Fabienne Meunier – directrice de la maison de correction
 1972 The Lover
 1970 Bande de cons!
Noose (uncredited)
 1970 Overdrive
 1970 La tzira (Short)
Cannibal girl (as Monika)
 1970 Le sexe enragé (Short)
La femme dans le lit (as Monelle)


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Lina Romay

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Lina Romay
Rosa María Almirall Martínez

(1954-06-25)25 June 1954

Died 15 February 2012(2012-02-15) (aged 57)
Málaga, Spain
Spouse(s) Ramon Ardid (divorced); Jesús Franco (25 April 2008 – her death)

Lina Romay (born Rosa María Almirall Martínez; 25 June 1954 – 15 February 2012) was a Spanish actress (born in Barcelona) who often appeared in films directed by her long-time companion (and later husband) Jesús Franco.

Movie career[edit]

Romay was born in Barcelona in 1954. Following graduation from high school, she studied the arts, married actor/photographer Ramon Ardid (they later divorced), and began acting in stage productions. She began appearing in Jesús Franco‘s films from the time that they met in 1971. She appeared in more than a hundred feature films, most of them directed by Franco. The majority of their films together were in the adult film genre, but she also featured in many horror, comedy and action/adventure films as well. Among the better known of her horror films are The Bare Breasted Countess (a.k.a. Female Vampire), Jack the Ripper, Exorcisme, and Barbed Wire Dolls.[1] She took the name Lina Romay from the actress and jazz artist from the 1940s.[2]

Lina Romay and Jesús Franco were a couple for four decades, but only officially married on April 25, 2008.[3] She died from cancer at the age of 57 on 15 February 2012, in Málaga, Spain. Her husband died in 2013.



Martine Stedil is an actress.
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Actress (7 credits)
 1977 Stop Calling Me Baby!
La pompiste (uncredited)
 1977 Swedish Nympho Slaves
Martine Radeck
 1977 Armaguedon
La blonde avec Bob (uncredited)
 1976 Die Marquise von Sade
Ziros’s Girlfriend
 1976 Barbed Wire Dolls
 1975 Women Behind Bars
Martine (as Martine Steed)
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 1979 Jailhouse Wardress
Bertha (uncredited)


Shelby Fenner was born on January 30, 1978 in Petoskey, Michigan, USA as Shelby Ann Fenner. She is an actress, known for The Guardian (2006), Vantage Point (2008) and Gigli (2003). She has been married to Shaun Majumder since December 21, 2012.
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Actress (23 credits)
 2012 Magic City (TV Series)

Atonement (2012) … Myrnna
The Year of the Fin (2012) … Myrnna
 2011 The Dungeon Master (Short)
 2010-2011 Lie to Me (TV Series)
Attractive Woman

Killer App (2011) … Attractive Woman (uncredited)
In the Red (2010) … Attractive Woman (uncredited)
 2010/I Mind the Gap (Short)
Hot Girl
 2009 Without a Trace (TV Series)
Kara Westfield

Skeletons (2009) … Kara Westfield
 2008 The Mentalist (TV Series)
Nicole Gilbert

Redwood (2008) … Nicole Gilbert
 2008 Unhitched (TV Series)

Mardi Gras Croc Attack (2008) … Nancy
 2008 Vantage Point
Grace Riggs
 2006/I The Guardian
Cate Lindsey
 2004 Class Actions (TV Movie)
 2004 Ghost Game (Video)
 2004 Charmed (TV Series)

Charrrmed! (2004) … Carly
 2003 Naked Hotel (TV Movie)
Cabana girl
 2003 Gigli
Australian Dancer
 2003 CSI: Miami (TV Series)
Amy Cannon Breck

Evidence of Things Unseen (2003) … Amy Cannon Breck
 2002 Swatters
 2002 Local Boys
 2001 An American Town (TV Movie)
 2001 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (TV Series)
Paige Rycoff

Chaos Theory (2001) … Paige Rycoff
 2001 Wolf Girl (TV Movie)
 2000-2001 Bull (TV Series)
Gabriella Lang

Blood, Flopsweat and Tears (2001) … Gabriella Lang
Visit (2000)
 2000 18 Wheels of Justice (TV Series)

Two Eyes for an Eye (2000) … Karen
 2000 Pacific Blue (TV Series)

Betrayal (2000) … Tina


Suzanne Snyder was born in Park Ridge, Illinois, USA. She lived in another town in Illinois, Glenview, for seven years until her family moved to Seattle, Washington. Her plans to study pre-med were interrupted by numerous modeling assignments. Her modeling agent convinced her to audition for a guest part in the television series, CHiPs (1977). She…
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Actress (37 credits)
 1999 Malevolence
Heather Jones
 1997 Fools Rush In
Cathy Stewart
 1996 Flirting with Disaster
Alternative Wife (unconfirmed)
 1996 Homicide: Life on the Street (TV Series)
Nurse #2

I’ve Got a Secret (1996) … Nurse #2
 1992-1994 Seinfeld (TV Series)
Audrey / Eva

The Pie (1994) … Audrey
The Limo (1992) … Eva
 1991 Femme Fatale
 1988-1991 Jake and the Fatman (TV Series)
Cindy O’Malley / Marcy Banning

Pretty Baby (1991) … Cindy O’Malley
Babyface (1988) … Marcy Banning
 1991 In the Heat of the Night (TV Series)
Julie Lofton

Laid to Waste (1991) … Julie Lofton
 1991 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Morgan Phillips

Moving Violation (1991) … Morgan Phillips
 1990 Cityscrapes (Short)
 1989 The Preppie Murder (TV Movie)
 1988 Police Story: Cop Killer (TV Movie)
Carla Sample
 1988 Killer Klowns from Outer Space
Debbie Stone
 1988 The Night Before
 1988 Head of the Class (TV Series)
Nancy Mayer

 1987 CBS Summer Playhouse (TV Series)

The Time of Their Lives (1987) … Andrea
 1987 Houston Knights (TV Series)

Colt (1987) … Corinne
 1987 Retribution
 1987 Tomorrow’s a Killer
 1986-1987 Silver Spoons (TV Series)

Baby Blues (1987) … Beth
Daddy Rick (1986) … Beth
 1986 Amazing Stories (TV Series)

The Sitter (1986) … Patti
 1985 The Facts of Life (TV Series)
Penny Caminiti

3, 2, 1 (1985) … Penny Caminiti
 1985 Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins
‘Nurse’ in Soap Opera (as Suzy Snyder)
 1985 Family Ties (TV Series)
Tricia Armstrong

The Real Thing: Part 2 (1985) … Tricia Armstrong
The Real Thing: Part 1 (1985) … Tricia Armstrong
 1985 Riptide (TV Series)
Beverly Lancaster

Wipe Out (1985) … Beverly Lancaster
 1985 Weird Science
 1984 The Oasis
 1984 The Last Starfighter
Cheerleader (uncredited)
 1984 CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series)
Candy Barnett

The Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School of Rules and Regulations (1984) … Candy Barnett (as Suzy Snyder)
 1983 T.J. Hooker (TV Series)

Undercover Affair (1983) … Amy
 1983 Gimme a Break! (TV Series)

The Groupie (1983)
 1983 Class
2nd Girl (Motel) (as Sue Snyder)
 1983 CHiPs (TV Series)

High Times (1983) … Melanie (as Sue Snyder)


Denise Bidot was born on June 13, 1986 in Miami, Florida, USA. She is known for her work on Straight/Curve: Redefining Body Image (2017), Curvy Girls (2011) and Habla Women (2013).
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Self (9 credits)
 2018 Today (TV Series)
Herself – Guest

Episode dated 7 December 2018 (2018) … Herself – Guest
 2018 A Perfect 14 (Documentary)
 2018 The Marilyn Denis Show (TV Series)
Herself – Guest (Model)

05-02-2018 (2018) … Herself – Guest (Model)
 2017 Straight/Curve: Redefining Body Image (Documentary)
 2017 Fashion Police (TV Series)
Herself – Model

New York Fashion Week Spring 2017 Special (2017) … Herself – Model
 2016 Buzz: AT&T Original Documentaries (TV Series documentary)

Fashion: Beauty Redefined (2016) … Herself
 2014 Physical Feminism (Documentary short)
 2013 Habla Women (TV Special documentary)
 2011 Curvy Girls (TV Series)

Episode #1.1 … Herself


Mariangela Giordano was born on September 2, 1937 in Costa Carnara, Dolcedo, Imperia, Liguria, Italy. She is an actress, known for Vengeance (1968), Valley of the Lions (1961) and Il commissario di ferro (1978).
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Actress (78 credits)
 2010 Caffe Capo (Short)
 2002 Max e Tux (TV Series)
 1999 The Power of Desire (TV Series)
 1997 Panarea
Signora Bedoni
 1996 Vampire Killer Barbys
Condesa (Countess)
 1994 Perdiamoci di vista
Amante in ‘Galline da combattimento’
 1993 I ragazzi del muretto (TV Series)
Madre di Gigi

Fuori dalla regola (1993) … Madre di Gigi
Si è svitato papà (1993) … Madre di Gigi
 1993 Ci hai rotto papà
Suor Giovanna
 1992 Edera (TV Series)

Episode #1.13 (1992) … Ginecologa (credit only)
Episode #1.12 (1992) … Ginecologa (credit only)
Episode #1.11 (1992) … Ginecologa (credit only)
Episode #1.10 (1992) … Ginecologa (credit only)
Episode #1.9 (1992) … Ginecologa (credit only)
 1991 Abbronzatissimi
Madre di Martina
 1991 The Sect
Kathryn (as Maria Angela Giordano)
 1991 Women in Arms (TV Movie)
Madame Locaschiulli
 1989 Il vigile urbano (TV Series)
 1988 Big Man – A Policy for Hell (TV Movie)
Maria Merkl (as Maria Angela Giordano)
 1988 Il volpone
Eliana Voltore
 1987 Io e mia sorella
 1987 Noi uomini duri
 1984 Skipper (TV Movie)
 1982 La bimba di Satana
Sol (as Mariangela Giordan)
 1981 Eroticón
 1981 Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror
Evelyn (as Maria Angela Giordan)
 1980 Patrick Still Lives
Stella Randolph (as Maria Angela Giordan)
 1979 Giallo a Venezia
Marzia (as Maria Angela Giordan)
 1979 Malabimba
Suor Sofia (as Maria Angela Giordan)
 1978 Il commissario di ferro
Signora Parolini
 1976 Batton Story
Priscilla – mother of Stefano
 1976 The Last Round
Lisa’s mother
 1976 Don Milani
 1975 L’altro Dio
 1975 Quant’è bella la Bernarda, tutta nera, tutta calda
Eleonora (segment “Eleonora e Sigismondo”)
 1972 Decameron II
Ferondo’s wife
 1969 Una lunga fila di croci
José’s Wife
 1968 Three Crosses Not to Die
Betty Fletcher (as Maria Angela Giordano)
 1968 Vengeance
Rosita (as Marian Dana)
 1966 Come imparai ad amare le donne
Proprietaria stazione di servizio
 1966 Djurado
Dorianne (as Mary Jordan)
 1966 A Maiden for the Prince
La marchesa spagnola
 1964 Seven from Thebes (as Mary Jordan)
 1964 The Last Gun (as Mary Gordon)
 1963 The Eye of the Needle
Carmelina Lo Niro
 1961 Valley of the Lions
 1961 Il re di Poggioreale
Ragazza che si finge incinta
 1961 Ursus
 1957 Buongiorno primo amore! (as Maria Angela Giordano)
 1957 Mensajeros de paz
 1957 Desert Warrior
Aicha (as Maria Angela Giordano)
 1956 The Band of Honest Men (uncredited)
 1955 Courtyard
The Girl asking Gargiulo for a Lift (uncredited)
 1955 The Golden Falcon
Seconda domestica (as Mariangela Giordani)


Born in 1939, British actress Sue Lloyd trained in dance as a child, studying at the Sadler’s Wells School at age 11. Since her height (5′ 8″) decreased her chances of a ballet career, the statuesque Sue instead became a chorus girl and showgirl. After some modeling assignments, she broke into television in the early 60s (The Saint (1962) and The ..


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 1995 Bullet to Beijing (TV Movie)
 1993 U.F.O.
 1993 Keeping Up Appearances (TV Series)
Mrs Drummond

Let There Be Light (1993) … Mrs Drummond
 1992 The Comic Strip Presents… (TV Series)

Red Nose of Courage (1992) … Mum (as Sue Lloyd Allen)
 1988-1990 Bergerac (TV Series)
Eva Southurst

My Name’s Sergeant Bergerac (1990) … Eva Southurst
Retirement Plan (1988) … Eva Southurst
 1989 William Tell (TV Series)

Amazon (1989) … Adriana
 1987 Eat the Rich
 1987 Super Gran (TV Series)
Hilda, Head of the Gangster’s Guild

Supergran and the Yankee Doodle’s Boodle (1987) … Hilda, Head of the Gangster’s Guild
 1979-1985 Crossroads (TV Series)
Barbara Hunter / Barbara Brady

Episode #1.4065 (1985) … Barbara Hunter
Episode #1.4000 (1984) … Barbara Hunter
Episode #1.3831 (1983) … Barbara Hunter
Episode dated 11 May 1982 (1982) … Barbara Hunter
Episode #1.3543 (1981) … Barbara Hunter
 1979-1980 Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson (TV Series)
Miss Collins / Elizabeth Neale

The Case of Magruder’s Murder (1980) … Miss Collins
Murder on a Midsummer’s Eve (1979) … Elizabeth Neale
 1980 Rough Cut
Female Guest
 1979 The Bitch
Vanessa Grant
 1979 Lady Oscar
Comtesse Gabrielle de Polignac
 1978 Revenge of the Pink Panther
Claude Russo
 1976-1978 Whodunnit? (TV Series)
Joanna Tibbet / Mrs. Revi Laser

A Bad Sign (1978) … Joanna Tibbet
A Deadly Tan (1976) … Mrs. Revi Laser
 1978 The Stud
 1977 No. 1 of the Secret Service
Sister Jane
 1977 The Upchat Line (TV Series)
Mona Lisa

The One That Got Away (1977) … Mona Lisa
 1976 The Sweeney (TV Series)
Arleen Baker

Sweet Smell of Succession (1976) … Arleen Baker
 1976 Spanish Fly
Janet Scott
 1975 The Rough with the Smooth (TV Series)
American girl

Episode #1.3 (1975) … American girl
 1975 Dawson’s Weekly (TV Series)

Strangers in the Night (1975) … Girl
 1973 Penny Gold
 1973 Justice (TV Series)
Lindy Carson

Divorce (1973) … Lindy Carson
 1972 Double Take
Angel Montgomery
 1972 That’s Your Funeral
Miss Peach
 1972 The Two Ronnies (TV Series)

Episode #2.7 (1972) … Blanche
Episode #2.6 (1972) … Blanche
Episode #2.5 (1972) … Blanche
Episode #2.4 (1972) … Blanche
Episode #2.3 (1972) … Blanche
 1972 Innocent Bystanders
Joanna Benson
 1972 Jason King (TV Series)

 1971 The Persuaders! (TV Series)

Take Seven (1971) … Maggie
 1971 Take Three Girls (TV Series)

Prelude to a New Arrangement (1971) … Cyd
 1971 Percy
 1970 His and Hers (TV Series)
Kay Sherwin

Morals (1970) … Kay Sherwin
Illness (1970) … Kay Sherwin
Anniversary (1970) … Kay Sherwin
Crime (1970) … Kay Sherwin
Television (1970) … Kay Sherwin
 1970 Crime of Passion (TV Series)
Gaby Servan

Catherine (1970) … Gaby Servan
 1970 My Partner the Ghost (TV Series)
Elizabeth Saxon

Money to Burn (1970) … Elizabeth Saxon
 1970 London Affair
Ursula – Scott’s Deprived Girl
 1969 Hadleigh (TV Series)
Lady Stafax

An Excellent Thing for the District (1969) … Lady Stafax
 1969 Department S (TV Series)

Black Out (1969) … Brigitte
 1969 Omnibus (TV Series documentary)
Linda Loring

 1969 Where’s Jack?
Lady Darlington
 1969 Journey to the Unknown (TV Series)
Barbara Rossiter

The Madison Equation (1969) … Barbara Rossiter
 1968 Corruption
Lynn Nolan
 1968 Attack on the Iron Coast
Sue Wilson
 1966-1967 The Baron (TV Series)
Cordelia Winfield

Countdown (1967) … Cordelia Winfield
The Man Outside (1967) … Cordelia Winfield
The Long Long Day (1967) … Cordelia Winfield
So Dark the Night (1967) … Cordelia Winfield
Long Ago and Far Away (1967) … Cordelia Winfield
 1964-1967 The Saint (TV Series)
Marla Clayton / Luella

Island of Chance (1967) … Marla Clayton
Luella (1964) … Luella (as Susan Lloyd)
 1965 The Man in a Looking Glass (TV Movie)
Cordelia Winfield
 1965 The Avengers (TV Series)
Joyce Jason

A Surfeit of H2O (1965) … Joyce Jason
 1965 Hysteria
French Girl
 1965 The Ipcress File
Jean Courtney
 1964 Scene Nun, Take One (Short)
 1964 Gideon C.I.D. (TV Series)
Mary Henderson / Passenger with Det. Chief Insp. David Keen

The White Rat (1964) … Mary Henderson (as Susan Lloyd)
The Rhyme and the Reason (1964) … Passenger with Det. Chief Insp. David Keen (uncredited)
 1964 Festival (TV Series)

Everyman (1964) … Beauty
 1964 Love Story (TV Series)

The End of the Line (1964) … Mitzi (as Susan Lloyd)
 1964 Nothing But the Best
Debutante at Hunt Ball (uncredited)
 1964 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Julie Lister

The Last Word on Julie (1964) … Julie Lister
 1963 The Sentimental Agent (TV Series)

The Height of Fashion (1963) … Jackie