Ursula Andress

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Ursula Andress
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Andress at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival
Born (1936-03-19) 19 March 1936 (age 85)
Ostermundigen, Switzerland
OccupationActress
Years active1954–2005
Spouse(s)
(m. 1957;div. 1966)
Partner(s) Jean-Paul Belmondo (1965–1972)
Fabio Testi (1973–1977)
Harry Hamlin (1979–1983)
Fausto Fagone (1986–1991)
Children1

Ursula Andress (born 19 March 1936) is a Swiss actress, former model and sex symbol who has appeared in American, British and Italian films. She is best known for her breakthrough role as Bond girl Honey Ryder in the first James Bond film, Dr. No . She later starred as Vesper Lynd in the Bond parody Casino Royale . Her other films include The Southern Star, Fun in Acapulco , She , The 10th Victim , The Blue Max , Perfect Friday , The Sensuous Nurse , Slave of the Cannibal God , The Fifth Musketeer and Clash of the Titans .

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Early life and career

Andress, the third of six children, was born in Ostermundigen, Canton of Bern to a Swiss mother, Anna, and Rolf Andress, a German diplomat. Her father was expelled from Switzerland for political reasons and her grandfather, a garden designer, took the role of being her guardian. [1] She has a brother, Heinz and four sisters, Erika, Charlotte, Gisela and Kàtey.

She went to school in Bern until she was 16 and speaks several languages including French, German and Italian. She studied art in Paris for a year, then went to Rome, where she did jobs such as nannying children. [2]

Italian films

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Andress in the 1950s

Andress was at a party when she met a producer who offered her a screen test for a role in an Italian film. She was successful and appeared in The Sins of Casanova (1955) (starring later Bond ally Gabriele Ferzetti). [2]

She followed it with An American in Rome (1954) (starring Alberto Sordi) and La catena dell'odio (1955). She was seen by a Hollywood executive who persuaded her to try her luck in Hollywood. [3]

Hollywood

Andress arrived in Hollywood in January 1955. [4] In March she was signed to a seven-year contract with Paramount Pictures starting at $287 a week. [5] The contract resulted in no acting roles due to her inability to learn English at the time. [6] "I spent most of my time watching old Marlene Dietrich movies," she said. [7]

Andress did receive some publicity for dating James Dean shortly before the actor's death. [8] She bought herself out of her contract. [9] In March 1956 it was announced she signed to Columbia Pictures. [10] She made no films for them either but was Miss World Trade of 1956. [11] She stayed in Hollywood because she married John Derek in 1957. In 1959 it was announced she and Derek would star in a film, High Variety, but no movie resulted. [12]

Dr. No and stardom

Andress returned to screens in 1962 in an episode of Thriller , "La Strega" (1962) with Alejandro Rey.

She soon became internationally famous as Honey Ryder, a shell diver and James Bond's woman of desire in Dr. No (1962), the first Bond film. [13] In what became an iconic moment in cinematic and fashion history, [14] [15] [16] she rose out of the Caribbean Sea in a white bikini sporting a large diving knife on her hip. The calypso was sung by Diana Coupland. [17] The scene made Andress a "quintessential" Bond girl. [18] [19] Andress later said that she owed her career to that white bikini: "This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent." [14] [20] The bikini she wore in the film sold at auction in 2001 for £41,125. [21] [22] [23] In 2003, in a UK Survey by Channel 4, her entrance in Dr. No was voted #1 in "the 100 Greatest Sexy Moments". [24] Andress won the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year in 1964 for her appearance in the film. [25]

Andress followed it playing the female lead in an Elvis Presley musical, Fun in Acapulco (1963). She was billed after Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Anita Ekberg in 4 for Texas (1963); her casting in the latter led to the title being changed from Two for Texas. [26] Both films were widely seen. Less so was a film Andress starred in alongside Derek, Nightmare in the Sun (1965).

In 1965, nude photographs of her from Nightmare in the Sun were published in Playboy ; it was the first of seven times she was pictured in the magazine over the next fifteen years. [3] [27] When asked why she had agreed to do the Playboy shoot, Andress replied coolly, "Because I'm beautiful." [28] [29]

Career peak

Andress was cast in the title role of She (1965) playing an immortal queen, for Hammer Films and Seven Arts Productions, shot in England and Israel. Andress agreed to make it as part of a two-picture deal with Seven Arts. It was a hit at the box office, though Andress chose not to appear in the sequel, The Vengeance of She (1967).

Andress had a supporting role in the comedy What's New Pussycat? (1965) for producer Charles K. Feldman which was a huge hit. She went to France to play Jean-Paul Belmondo's love interest in Up to His Ears (1965), which was popular in France; she and Belmondo became romantically involved, leading to her and Derek divorcing (although they had already been separated for a year). [30] Andress moved to Paris to live with Belmondo and it was her home for the next seven years. [9]

In Italy, she starred opposite Marcello Mastroianni in the science fiction movie The 10th Victim (1965). She returned to Hollywood to play George Peppard's love interest in the World War One film, The Blue Max (1966), another success at the box office. [31] [32]

Andress made her second film for Seven Arts: another with Derek, who again starred and directed, Once Before I Die (1966), shot in the Philippines. More widely seen was the Bond satire Casino Royale (1967), also produced by Feldman, where Andress played Vesper Lynd, an occasional spy who persuades Evelyn Tremble, played by Peter Sellers, to carry out a mission. It was a big box office hit. Her fee was a reported £200,000. [2] Val Guest directed Andress in Casino Royale and said "I don't think I have ever met someone who was so universally loved by everyone in a studio. They'd all do anything for her and this is really quite something. One day someone is going to get the real Ursula on the screen in a comedy and she's going to astound everybody. The trouble is that she's so tense." [33]

In Italy she appeared alongside fellow former Bond girl Claudine Auger in Anyone Can Play (1968) for director Luigi Zampa. She then went to Africa to make The Southern Star (1969) with George Segal, which was a hit in England. [34] She appeared nude or semi-nude in nearly all of her film roles between 1969 and 1979, earning her the nickname "Ursula Undress". [35]

1970s

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Andress in Loaded Guns (1975)

Andress went to England to appear in Perfect Friday (1970), a heist film starring Stanley Baker and David Warner. In Spain she appeared in Red Sun (1971), a Western with an international cast, including Charles Bronson, Toshiro Mifune and Alain Delon. In a 1972 interview, she said "I think my image, especially to Americans, is that of a femme fatale, a man-eating woman. I'm not empty-headed or calculating and cool. But maybe my looks give that impression. I'm disciplined in my doings and undisciplined in my emotions. I can't control the things I feel or hide my feelings." [9]

Andress did some action films, Stateline Motel (1973), Loaded Guns (1974), and Africa Express (1975). She played the title role in The Sensuous Nurse (1975) and did a comedy with another former Bond girl, Barbara Bouchet, Spogliamoci così, senza pudor... (1976).

Andress played Joséphine de Beauharnais in the swashbuckling spoof The Loves and Times of Scaramouche (1976) with Michael Sarrazin. She made a sequel to Africa Express, Safari Express (1976), then did another with Mastroianni, Double Murder (1978).

Andress was in the cult favorite Slave of the Cannibal God (1978) with Stacy Keach; the anthology sex comedy Tigers in Lipstick (1979) for Luigi Zampa; and the swashbuckler period piece The Fifth Musketeer (1979), playing Louise de La Vallière opposite Beau Bridges. [36]

1980s

She played Aphrodite in 1981's Clash of the Titans , alongside Laurence Olivier. During the making of the film, Andress got into a romantic relationship with leading man Harry Hamlin, with whom she had a son.

In 1982, she portrayed Mabel Dodge in the adventure-drama film Red Bells and guest starred on shows like Manimal and The Love Boat . In France she was in Liberté, égalité, choucroute (1985).

On television, she participated in the 1986 Emmy-winning miniseries Peter the Great , and joined the cast of the primetime soap opera Falcon Crest for a three-episode arc in 1988 as an exotic foreigner who assists David Selby in retrieving Dana Sparks from a white slave ring. Andress was also in Big Man – The Diva (1988) with Bud Spencer and Man Against the Mob: The Chinatown Murders (1989).

1990s–present

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Andress in 2004

Since the beginning of the 1990s, her acting appearances have been rare. She was in Klassäzämekunft (1990) (English title: Broken Silence), The Cave of the Golden Rose 3 (1993), The Cave of the Golden Rose 4 (1994) and Cremaster 5 (1995).

In 1995, Andress was chosen by Empire magazine as one of the "100 Sexiest Stars in film history." Her last role to date was playing "Madonna" in the low-budget 2005 Swiss feature Die Vogelpredigt oder Das Schreien der Mönche  [ de ] (English title: The Bird Preachers).

She appeared in the documentary Masterpiece or Forgery? The Story of Elmyr De Hory (2008).

Personal life

Andress has stated that she lost her virginity to married actor Daniel Gelin in 1953, when she was 17 and he was 32. She dated Dennis Hopper and James Dean after moving to the US in 1955, and that same year began an affair with actor/director John Derek, a married father-of-two who walked out on his wife, Pati Behrs, and their family to be with 19-year-old Andress. [37] Derek and Andress wed in 1957 in Las Vegas, but separated in 1964 over her affair with Once Before I Die co-star Ron Ely, [37] officially divorcing in 1966. [38] During interim, the separated but still married Andress publicly dated John Richardson, her co-star from She , and Marcello Mastroianni, her co-star from The 10th Victim . [39] [40]

From 1965 to 1972, Andress lived with Up to His Ears co-star Jean-Paul Belmondo. [41] He was, she says, the love of her life. [42] Her next live-in relationship was with another co-star, Stateline Motel's Fabio Testi, from 1973 to 1977 (except for one year when they broke up). [6] She also dated Ryan O'Neal, John Delorean, Helmut Berger, Paolo Pazzaglia, Johnny Dorelli, Franco Nero, with whom she later starred in Red Bells , Nels Van Patten and Ricci Martin. [36]

When Andress broke her arm in late summer 1978, the official story was that she'd been struck by Hurricane Norman while bodysurfing in Malibu, but rumors flew that she actually suffered the injury during a fight with her on/off boyfriend O'Neal. [43] O'Neal and Andress were in a relationship twice, first from 1972 to 1973 then again from 1977 to 1978.

Andress was in a relationship with American actor Harry Hamlin after meeting on the set of Clash of the Titans in 1979. [44] She gave birth to their son, Dimitri Alexander Hamlin, on 19 May 1980. [45] Andress was 44 years old upon the birth of her only child. She moved into close friend Linda Evans's Coldwater Canyon home until hers was ready. [46] Although she was engaged to Hamlin, [47] the couple never married. [45] In 1983, Hamlin broke up with her. [48]

In the mid-1980s, Andress was romantically involved with Brazilian soccer player Paulo Roberto Falcão, actor Gerardo Amato, singer Julio Iglesias, real estate developer Stan Herman and Greek bodybuilder Mario Natokis. [49] In 1986 she began dating future Sicilian regional assembly member Fausto Fagone, then an economics student in university; he was 20 and she was 50. [50] The relationship, which infuriated Fagone's parents, lasted until 1991. [38] Later that year Andress briefly dated martial arts expert Jeff Speakman, but has not been publicly linked with anyone since then.

In 2017, Andress sold her home in Beverly Hills at a considerable profit. [51] As of 2020, Andress splits her time between an apartment in Rome and a house in Switzerland, near to her siblings.

Filmography

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Andress c. 1971
Andress (left) with Elvis Presley and Elsa Cardenas in Fun in Acapulco (1963) Andress-Presley-Cardenas.jpg
Andress (left) with Elvis Presley and Elsa Cárdenas in Fun in Acapulco (1963)
Andress surrounded by TV crews on board the Royal Yacht Britannia celebrating her 70th birthday in 2006 Ursula Andress on board the Royal Yacht Britannia.JPG
Andress surrounded by TV crews on board the Royal Yacht Britannia celebrating her 70th birthday in 2006
TitleYearRoleNotes
Un americano a Roma 1954Astrid SjöströmUncredited
Le avventure di Giacomo Casanova 1955Passeggera della carrozza
La catena dell'odio1955N/A
Thriller 1962LuanaEpisode: "La Strega"
Dr. No 1962 Honey Ryder Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year - Actress
Fun in Acapulco 1963Marguerita Dauphin
4 for Texas 1963Maxine Richter
Nightmare in the Sun 1965Marsha Wilson
She 1965Ayesha
What's New Pussycat? 1965Rita
Up to His Ears 1965Alexandrine Pinardel
The 10th Victim 1965Caroline Meredith
The Blue Max 1966Countess Kaeti von Klugermann
Once Before I Die 1966Alex
Casino Royale 1967 Vesper Lynd / 007
Anyone Can Play 1968Norma
The Southern Star 1969Erica Kramer
Perfect Friday 1970Lady Britt Dorset
Red Sun 1971Cristina
Stateline Motel 1973Michelle Nolton
Loaded Guns 1975Nora Green
Due cuori, una cappella1975HerselfUncredited
Africa Express 1975Madeleine Cooper
The Sensuous Nurse 1975Anna
The Loves and Times of Scaramouche 1976 Joséphine de Beauharnais
Safari Express 1976Miriam
Sex with a Smile II 1976Marina(segment "La visita")
Double Murder 1978Principessa Dell'Orso
The Mountain of the Cannibal God 1978Susan Stevenson
Tigers in Lipstick 1979The Stroller / The Widow
The Fifth Musketeer 1979 Louise de La Vallière
Clash of the Titans 1981 Aphrodite
Red Bells 1982 Mabel Dodge
Manimal 1983KarenEpisode: "Manimal"
The Love Boat 1983Carole Stanton2 episodes
Liberté, Égalité, Choucroute  [ fr ]1985 Marie Antoinette
Peter the Great 1986Athalie4 episodes
Falcon Crest 1988Madame Malec3 episodes
Il Professore – Diva1988Susy KaminskiTV movie
Klassezämekunft  [ de ]1988Agnes
Man Against the Mob: The Chinatown Murders1989Betty StarrTV movie
Ti ho adottato per simpatia1991TV movie
Fantaghirò 3 1993XellesiaTV movie
Fantaghirò 4 1994TV movie
Alles gelogen1996
Cremaster 5 1997Queen of Chain
Die Vogelpredigt oder Das Schreien der Mönche  [ de ]2005Madonna

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