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Victoria Tennant
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in) for Victoria Tennant . If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.
Irene in Time (2007)
[ Karen Black ][ Andrea Marcovicci ]
Sister Mary Explains It All (2001)
[ Jennifer Tilly ][ Diane Keaton ][ Laura San-Giacomo ]
Legend of the Mummy (1997)
[ Amy Locane ]
Edie & Pen (1996)
[ Jennifer Tilly ][ Stockard Channing ][ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Jean Smart ][ Louise Fletcher ]
Stepping Out (1994)
Plans of Poison (1994)
Tracks of Gold (1994)
Where There's Smoke (1994)
Peste, La (1992)
[ Sandrine Bonnaire ]
L.A. Story (1991)
[ Sarah Jessica Parker ][ Denise Rutkowski ][ Iman ]
Voice of the Heart (1990)
[ Lindsay Wagner ][ Honor Blackman ]
The Handmaid's Tale (1990)
[ Natasha Richardson ][ Faye Dunaway ][ Elizabeth McGovern ][ Traci Lind ][ Kandi Barbour ]
Zugzwang (1989)
[ Maria Barranco ][ Mareike Carriere ]
Act of Will (1989)
[ Elizabeth Hurley ][ Jean Marsh ][ Jade Parfitt ][ Serena Gordon ][ Lynsey Baxter ]
Whispers (1989)
[ Rachel Hayward ]
Maigret (1988)
[ Caroline Munro ]
Flowers in the Attic (1987)
[ Kristy Swanson ][ Louise Fletcher ]
Best Seller (1987)
[ Kathy Lloyd ][ Barbara Harris ]
Under Siege (1986)
The Holcroft Covenant (1985)
All of Me (1984)
[ Lily Tomlin ]
Strangers Kiss (1983)
[ Linda Kerridge ]
Dempsey (1983)
[ Sally Kellerman ][ Bonnie Bartlett ]
Guerre des insectes, La (1981)
[ Anemone ]
Sphinx (1981)
[ Lesley Ann Down ]
The Dogs of War (1981)
[ Jo Beth Williams ]
Inseminoid (1981)
[ Stephanie Beacham ][ Judy Geeson ]
Ich bin dein Killer (1979)
[ Margit Geissler ]
The Ragman's Daughter (1972) 100 Hot DVDs

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Christopher Walken
Steve Martin
Patrick Stewart
Michael Caine
Robert Duvall
Richard Harris
Chevy Chase
James Woods
John Rhys-Davies
Woody Harrelson
William Hurt
Tom Berenger
Rick Moranis
Frank Langella
Aidan Quinn
John Lithgow


Comely, glamorous blonde British actress Victoria Tennant has a compelling "English Rose" essence about her. She possesses charm and intelligence in all her pictures, and certainly has shown the requisite pedigree to make it in the world of entertainment. Born in London on September 30, 1950, she is the daughter of high-profile talent agent Cecil Tennant (her godfather was none other than Laurence Olivier, who was one of Cecil's clients at the time). Her mother was noted prima ballerina Irina Baronova, a Russian émigré. Her parents were happily married until Cecil's death in 1967. Victoria studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London and entered films with a co-starring role in the "kitchen sink" drama The Ragman's Daughter (1972). The film did not make enough of an impression to propel her film career so she focused on British plays. It wasn't until she arrived in Hollywood a decade later that she started to make more noticeable strides. She was a divorcée when she married writer/director Matthew Chapman in 1978, appearing in his quirky little movie _Stranger's Kiss (1983)_ in which she played a 50s "B" actress. That same year she won critical applause and a Golden Globe nomination for her role as Robert Mitchum's vis-a-vis Pamela Tudsbury in the epic TV miniseries "The Winds of War" (1983) (mini), repeating the role the sequel "War and Remembrance" (1988) (mini). Along with this major career momentum, however, came personal problems, divorcing Chapman after only four years. She met and eventually wed comedian Steve Martin, whom she met while on the set of the physical comedy All of Me (1984). Thrust firmly in the limelight now with this highly visible partnership, Victoria forged ahead into the Hollywood maelstrom exuding class, sophistication and occasionally even nudity in such modest film thrillers as The Holcroft Covenant (1985) starring Michael Caine, Best Seller (1987) with James Woods, Whispers (1989/I) with Chris Sarandon, and Flowers in the Attic (1987) as Louise Fletcher's tormented daughter. She reunited with husband Martin on film with the terrific L.A. Story (1991), but was somewhat overshadowed by the on-camera sparkle created by Martin and the wonderfully fizzy Sarah Jessica Parker. The Martins' marriage fell apart shortly after this and so did the wind in Victoria's career sails. Minor roles in Edie & Pen (1996), in which she made her debut as a writer/co-producer, and Legend of the Mummy (1997), did nothing to rekindle interest. Seldom seen these days, she appeared briefly in actor/producer (and fourth husband) Kirk Stambler's TV movie Sister Mary Explains It All (2001) (TV), and also served as its executive producer.

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