Fiona Richmond Actor

Fiona Richmond (born March 2, 1945, Norfolk, England) is a former glamour model and actress. She is the daughter of the Reverend John Harrison. Born Julia Rosamund Harrison, she became a British sex symbol in the 1970s for her appearances in numerous risqué plays, comedy revues, magazines and films. She made her film debut (billed under the name Amber Harrison) in Not Tonight Darling (1971), followed by a cameo in Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974), then larger roles in the X-rated movies Exposé (1976), Hardcore (1977) and Let's Get Laid (1977). She also recorded the spoken word album Frankly Fiona in collaboration with Anthony Newley. She is a former girlfriend of the late UK publisher and impresario Paul Raymond. Fiona Richmond has published a number of fictional and autobiographical books based on her sex experiences, including Fiona (1976), Story of I (1978), On the Road (1979), Galactic Girl (1980), Remember Paris (1980), Good, the Bad and the Beautiful (1980), From Here to Virginity (1981), In Depth (1982) and Tell Tale Tits (1987).

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Date of birth
March 2nd, 1945
Nationality
United Kingdom

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1. Let's Get Laid (1978)

Comedy
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Let's Get Laid is a 1978 British comedy film directed by James Kenelm Clarke and starring Robin Askwith, Fiona Richmond and Anthony Steel. After being demobbed at the end of the Second World War, Gordon Laid returns to London - only to find himself suspected of a murder in Wapping.

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United Kingdom

2. Hardcore (1977)

Comedy
played Fiona
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80.0
Brian Smedley-Aston
Michael Robson
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9 Show list

Hardcore is a 1977 British comedy film directed by James Kenelm Clarke and starring Fiona Richmond, Anthony Steel, Victor Spinetti, Ronald Fraser and Harry H. Corbett. It depicts a highly fictionalised account of the life of Richmond, who was a leading pin-up in the 1970s. In the US the film was known as Fiona.

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Willi
Tenniel
Hubert
Lord Yardarm
Inspector Flaubert
Marty Kenelm-Smedley
Robert Charlton
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Mike Molloy
English
United Kingdom

3. Exposé (1976)

Thriller
played Suzanne
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84.0
Brian Smedley-Aston
5 Show list

Exposé is a 1976 video nasty starring Udo Kier, Linda Hayden and 1970s sex symbol Fiona Richmond. On release, it sparked controversy due to graphic scenes of sex and violence, resulting in a re-release in 2006, with around 30 cuts.

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Paul Martin
Small Youth
Mrs. Aston
Linda
Big Youth
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
English
United Kingdom

4. Not Tonight, Darling (1971)

played Suzanne
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70.0
Christopher Gregory
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James Pillock
4 Show list

Not Tonight, Darling is a 1971 erotica thriller film written by Christopher Gregory and James Pillock and directed by Anthony Sloman.

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Mr. Finlay
Captain Harrison
Karen Williams
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
English
United Kingdom

Wikipedia

Check Fiona Richmond on wikipedia.

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