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Fiona Fullerton
Born October 10, 1956 (1956-10-10) (age 53)
Kaduna, Nigeria

Fiona Elizabeth Fullerton (born 10 October 1956 in Kaduna, Nigeria) is a British actress.

She is perhaps best known for her role as KGB spy Pola Ivanova in the 1985 James Bond film A View to a Kill.

Fullerton made her film debut in 1969 with a role in Run Wild, Run Free. Subsequent credits include: Nicholas and Alexandra (as Anastasia), Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (as Alice) and The Human Factor.

On television, she was an original cast member on the BBC hospital drama Angels before moving on to appear in serials such as The Charmer, Hold the Dream and To Be the Best. In 1982, she starred on the West End stage as Guinevere in the musical Camelot, alongside Richard Harris.

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Personal life

She is the daughter of Bernard and Pamela (maiden name, Crook) Fullerton and she was married to actor Simon MacCorkindale in 1976 at age 19, but the marriage ended in divorce in 1981. She then spent 13 years having "fun", but grew unhappy with her life. She met Neil Shackell, a computer marketing executive, through her cousin, Nigel Fullerton. The couple married shortly after meeting in 1994, and now live in the Cotswolds with son James and their daughter Lucy.

Fullerton found that she had a "knack" for buying, doing up and then selling houses. She now has her own property company which buys and manages flats, mainly in London, and writes a series of columns on property investing.[1][2]

Filmography

References

  1. ^ The Lady - England's Oldest Weekly Magazine for Women
  2. ^ http://www.leninimports.com/fiona_fullerton_gallery.html

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