The glamorous Prunella Gee was trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Her first television series, Shabby Tiger (1973), gave her instant notoriety due to her nude scenes. She regularly cropped up on British television thereafter, being chosen to guest star in single episodes of The Sweeney (1974), Return of the Saint (1978), Hammer House of Horror (1980), and The Professionals (1977). Gee's list of film credits includes The Wilby Conspiracy (1975) with Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine, the James Bond adventure Never Say Never Again (1983) with Sean Connery, and Stormy Monday (1988), in which she played Sting's wife. On stage, she has played all three women in 'The Last of the Red Hot Lovers', the blind Sheila in 'Wait Until Dark', the double role of Alice in 'Double Take' and Romaine in 'Witness for the Prosecution'. In 1998, Gee went to Los Angeles to make Merchants of Venus (1998), in which she starred with Michael York, Beverly D'Angelo, and Brian Cox. One year later she appeared as Doreen Heavey for a five month stint in the long-running British soap opera Coronation Street (1960). Since giving up acting in 2004, Gee has worked as a counselor and therapist in Camden, London. In 2011, she agreed to appear in the short film Trimming Pablo (2013), a one-off return to the acting field.