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Pauline Boty (1938–1966)

Pauline Boty was born in 1938. She was an actress, known for Contract to Kill (1965), Maigret (1959) and Strangler's Web (1965). She was married to Clive Goodwin. She died on July 1, 1966. See full bio »

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Known For

Contract to Kill
Contract to Kill Maria Galen
(1965)
Maigret
Maigret Josie
(1963)
Strangler's Web
Strangler's Web Nell Pretty
(1965)

Filmography

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 1966 Alfie
One of Alfie's Girlfriends (uncredited)
 1965 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series)
Nell Pretty
- Strangler's Web (1965) ... Nell Pretty
 1965 Londoners (TV Series)
Patsy
- A Day Out for Lucy (1965) ... Patsy
 1965 Contract to Kill (TV Mini-Series)
Maria Galen
- Time for Killing (1965) ... Maria Galen
- Man in the Photograph (1965) ... Maria Galen
- Voice from the Past (1965) ... Maria Galen
- Interlude in Rome (1965) ... Maria Galen
- Death in Cologne (1965) ... Maria Galen
 1965 Six (TV Series)
 1965 Strangler's Web
Nell Pretty
 1964 Monitor (TV Series documentary)
Prostitute
- Bartok (1964) ... Prostitute
 1964 Espionage (TV Series)
Mistress Fleay
- The Frantick Rebel (1964) ... Mistress Fleay
 1963 Maigret (TV Series)
Josie
- Peter the Lett (1963) ... Josie
 1962 The Face They See (TV Movie)
Rona
 1962 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Anna
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 1964 Don't Say a Word (TV Series)
Herself - Guest
- Episode #2.11 (1964) ... Herself - Guest
 1963 Ready, Steady, Go! (TV Series)
Herself - Dancer
- Episode #1.1 (1963) ... Herself - Dancer
 1962 Monitor (TV Series documentary)
Herself
- Pop Goes the Easel (1962) ... Herself
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Frank Hilton's play, "Day of the Prince," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England in an English Stage Company production with Angela Baddeley, Arnold Yarrow, Christopher Sandford, Bernard Bresslaw, and Bari Johnson in the cast. Keith Johnstone was director.
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Was an accomplished artist who studied at Wimbledon College of Art and the Royal College of Art. She is considered to be one of the founders of British pop art and the only female in that movement. A painting of hers of Marilyn Monroe, "The Only Blonde In The World," is featured in the Tate Gallery in Liverpool.

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