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Angela Scoular
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Actress
    (November 8, 1945-April 11, 2011)
    Born in London, United Kingdom
    Appeared in the films ‘Casino Royale’ (1967), ‘The Countess from Hong Kong’ (1967), Great Catherine’ (1968), ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ (1969), ‘Doctor in Trouble’ (1970), ‘The Adventurers’ (1970), ‘Adventures of a Taxi Driver’ (1976), and ‘Adventures of a Private Eye’ (1977)
    Portrayed Lady Agatha Shawcross in ‘You Rang, M’Lord’ (1990-93)
    Appeared on the London stage in ‘Black Comedy’ (1968-69), ‘Absurd Person Singular’ (1974), and ‘Little Lies’ (1983-84)
    Died from drinking drain cleaner and pouring it on herself, causing chemical burns to her digestive tract and 40% of her skin
    Coroner ruled the death to not be a suicide as the act was committed while ‘the balance of her mind was disturbed’
    She moved in with her future husband, actor Leslie Phillips, while pregnant with another actor’s child.
    She suffered from bipolar disorder, alcoholism, and anorexia.
    She attempted suicide by cutting her wrists (1992).
    She was arrested for driving while intoxicated a few weeks before her death.
    She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and starred in their production of ‘Romeo and Juliet.’ (1965)
    She was one of the few women to be a Bond girl twice.
    She helped care for Phillips’ first wife, Penny Bartley, after Bartley suffered a crippling stroke.
    Phillips said, ‘She was a kind, generous person…. She was lovely when she was sober.’

Credit: C. Fishel


 
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