Margaret Nolan

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Margaret Nolan

aka: Vicki Kennedy, Vikki Kennedy, Victoria Kennedy, Maggie Nolan

Born:  October 29, 1943 in Hampstead, London, England, UK
Measurements:  41-23-37
Bra/cup size:  40C
Breasts:  Natural
Height:  5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Eye color:  Blue
Hair:  Blonde, Redhead

Once you have a peek at this ladies credientals and all her work in movie, theature, and print you will be bowled over.  Although she is bestk nown for

her work in Goldfinger as the gorgeous model with the golden bikini.  That bikini cost 5,000 pounds for its creation and you can watch the trailers of

her with a minature Sean Connery crawling along her thighs.   Car chases and bullets ring around the shimmered body of Nolan and due to her work in

Goldfinger she was the feature model for Playboy in 1965.

Magazine

* Adam – vol 8 No 6 (June 1964)
* Adam – vol 9 No 6 (June 1965)
* Affair
* Ann. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Beauty of the Month – No 17 – ‘Fair Francesca’
* Best For Men (USA) mid 1960s
* Bounce
* Cameo
* Champagne. Two unnumbered editions. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Connoisseur’s Choice and Modelling Review
* Coral 26
* Escort February (1967)
* Eve – vol 1 No 7 June 1963
* Fay
* Fiesta Special Collectors Edition: Top Glamour Models of the 50’s. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Fifi 27
* Flirt ‘n Skirt Extra (pt 2)
* Folies de Paris et Hollywood – many issues
* French Follies Vol 1 No 22 (Parliament Pubs, USA)
* Girl Illustrated Volume 3 No 29
* Jem (October – year unknown) (US)
* Just Vicky – Nostalgia Publications reprints of Harrison Marks’ Pictures
* Kamera 48
* Kamera 50
* Kamera 58
* Kamera 63
* Kamera 64
* Kamera 66
* Kamera 71
* Kamera 75
* Kamera 76
* Kamera Classics 1. Nostalgia Publications. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Kamera Classics 4. Nostalgia Publications. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Kamera Special No 3
* Knight (USA) including 1966 Knight Calendar
* Lark (US)
* Leg Show, Also published as ‘Legs From London No 7
* Lenz 2
* Mayfair. Edition not known
* Midnight -vol 4 No 2 (US – Parliament Productions, late 1960s)
* Mirage 5
* Mirage 9. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Mirage 11 (Not Harrison Marks Pictures)
* Mirage 13. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Nugget 52 (USA) Gold Star Publications
* Pagan 12. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Parade – numerous including many covers
* Parade/Escort June. (Year not known)
* QT 56
* QT 59 (cover, feature and centrefold)
* QT 63
* QT 63
* QT 68
* Revue/Studio – Copenhagen
* Scarlet – col 1 No 5 (July 1963) Samson Pubs, 2nd Ave NY)
* She. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Shirley. Harrison Marks Reprints
* Shocking Stockings – vol 1 No1 (US – date unknown)
* Solo 27 (As Margaret Nolan)
* Swank 5
* Topper (US – late 1960s)
* Trojan (US, Parliament Pubs – mid 1960s)
* Venus Glamour Films Magazine

TV appearances

* The Saint – “Iris” (1963)
* Crossroads (1964)
* ITV Play of the Week – “Deep and Crisp and Stolen” (1964)
* 199 Park Lane (1965)
* After Many A Summer (1965)
* Danger Man – “Parallel Lines Sometimes Meet” (1965)
* Bed Sit Girl (1966)
* Thirty Minute Theatre – “The Enchanted Night” (1966)
* World of Wooster (1966)
* Adam Adamant Lives! – “More Deadly than the Sword” (1966)
* Buddenbrooks (1966)
* Hugh and I – “Goodbye Dolly” (1966)
* Theatre 625 – “A Man Like That” (1966)
* The Newcomers (1966)
* Take a Pair of Private Eyes(3 episodes) (1966)
* Armchair Theatre – “Compensation Alice” (1967)
* The Des O’Connor Show (1967)
* The Wednesday Play – “Death of a Private” (1967)
* The Morecambe and Wise Show (ATV) (1967)
* Nearest and Dearest – “Take a Letter” (1968)
* The World of Beachcomber (2 episodes) (1969)
* The Adventures of Don Quick – “The Benefits of Earth” (1970)
* Budgie – “Everybody loves a Baby” (1971)
“Brief Encounter” (1972)
“Run Rabbit, Run Rabbitt, Run, Run, Run” (1972)
* Steptoe and Son – “A Star is Born” (1972)
* The Persuaders! – “Element of Risk” (1972)
* New Scotland Yard (1 episode) (1972)
* Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? – “I’ll Never Forget Whatshername” (1973)
* Last of the Summer Wine – “Pate and Chips” (1973)
* Black and Blue – “The Middle-of-the-Road Roadshow for all the Family” (1973)
* Crown Court – “A Crime of Passion” (1973)
* The Sweeney – “Thin Ice” (1975)
* I Didn’t Know You Cared – “The Way My Wife Looks at Me..” (1976)
* Fox (3 episodes) (1980)
* Brideshead Revisited (1981) … as Effie
* Crown Court- “Sword in the Hand of David” (1983)

Film
Charlie Burke Biographic Cartoons 1964

Saturday Night Out Compton/Bob Hartford-Davies 1964

The Beauty Jungle Val Guest Productions1964

A Hard Day’s Night Walter Shenson/ Dick Lester 1965

Goldfinger Eon/Guy Hamilton 1965

Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey Jeremy Summers 1965

White Savage Security/Greg Tallas 1965

Trois Chambres a Manhattan Montaigne Films/Marcel Carne 1965

Promise Her Anything Seven Arts/Arthur Hiller 1965

Great St,Trinian’s Train

Robbery Launder/Gilliat 1965

Carry On Cowboy Pieter Rogers/Ralph Thomas 1965

Jekyll & Hyde Dan Curtis/John Moxey 1967

Don’t Raise The Bridge

Lower The Water Universal/Jerry Lewis 1967

Witchfinder General Tigon/Michael Reeves 1970

Heironymous Merkin Anthony Newley/1969

Crooks & Coronets 1969

The Best House in London Bridge/Philip Saville 1969

Frenzy Rank/Hitchcock

Carry on Henry Rogers/Thomas 1970

Tomorrow Eon 1970

Carry on at Your Convenience Rogers/Thomas 1971

Carry on Matron “ 1972

No Sex Please,We’re British Universal 1973

Carry on Dick Rogers/Thomas 1974

Carry on Girls “ 1974

Birthright Magpie Films/Jacky Garstin1986

Split Images R.C.F.C./Jacky Garstin1986

PROVINCIAL

The Baachae Playhouse Cambridge /Bob Walker 1970

Bus Stop (Cherrie) Richmond Theatre/ Robert Cartland 1970

Not Now Darling Yvonne Arnold Theatre,Guildford / Ray Cooney

Who Goes Bare Theatre Royal,Windsor/ Barry Morse/ 1970

Murder in The Office Theatre Royal/Brighton 1972

Not Now Darling Westcliff Theatre/Tony Church 1973

Don’t Look Now Guildford Theatre / Bob Furze 1974

Under The Hill (Aubrey Beardsley) Cockpit/David Leyland 1976

PROVINCIAL

The Baachae Playhouse Cambridge /Bob Walker 1970

Bus Stop (Cherrie) Richmond Theatre/ Robert Cartland 1970

Not Now Darling Yvonne Arnold Theatre,Guildford / Ray Cooney

Who Goes Bare Theatre Royal,Windsor/ Barry Morse/ 1970

Murder in The Office Theatre Royal/Brighton 1972

Not Now Darling Westcliff Theatre/Tony Church 1973

Don’t Look Now Guildford Theatre / Bob Furze 1974

Under The Hill (Aubrey Beardsley) Cockpit/David Leyland 1976

Self:

1. “The South Bank Show” (1 episode, 2005)
– Pete ‘n’ Dud: The Lost Shows (2005) TV episode

Archive Footage:

1. Best Ever Bond (2002) (TV) (uncredited) …. Dink
2. Bond Girls Are Forever (2002) (TV) (uncredited) …. Dink
3. What’s a Carry On? (1998) (TV) (uncredited) …. Various Characters
4. A Perfect Carry On (1998) (TV)
5. “What a Carry On”
– Episode #1.13 (1984) TV episode …. Dawn Brakes/Popsy
– Episode #1.10 (1984) TV episode …. Dawn Brakes
– Episode #1.7 (1983) TV episode (uncredited) …. Dawn Brakes
– Episode #1.6 (1983) TV episode …. Dawn Brakes
– Episode #1.4 (1983) TV episode …. Dawn Brakes
(1 more)
6. “Carry on Laughing”
– Episode #1.13 (1981) TV episode (uncredited) …. Dawn Brakes
– Episode #1.12 (1981) TV episode …. Lady Daley
– Episode #1.3 (1981) TV episode …. Lady Daley/Buxom Lass
7. That’s Carry On (1977) …. Various characters

THEATRE
WEST END

The Giveaway Oscar Lewenstein/Richard Eyre 1969

Adam’s Apple Michael White/Philip Grout 1970

She’s Done it Again Brian Rix/Wally Douglas 1970

FRINGE
Why Bournemouth? Patrick Dromgoole/Ambiance Theatre 1968

It Has No Choice Roland Rees/Ambiance Theatre

A Minor Scene Roland Rees/Ambiance Theatre

Homo Roland Rees/Ambiance Theatre

Stimulation Almost Free Theatre/Ed Berman

Super Santa Almost Free Theatre/Ed Berman

How The Vote Was Won Gate Theatre/ Tamara Hinchco 1986

Daughters of Men Hampstead Theatre/ Nancy Meckler 1986

PROVINCIAL

The Baachae Playhouse Cambridge /Bob Walker 1970

Bus Stop (Cherrie) Richmond Theatre/ Robert Cartland 1970

Not Now Darling Yvonne Arnold Theatre,Guildford / Ray Cooney

Who Goes Bare Theatre Royal,Windsor/ Barry Morse/ 1970

Murder in The Office Theatre Royal/Brighton 1972

Not Now Darling Westcliff Theatre/Tony Church 1973

Don’t Look Now Guildford Theatre / Bob Furze 1974

Under The Hill (Aubrey Beardsley) Cockpit/David Leyland 1976

credits:
http://www.imdb.com
Margaret Nolan Offical Site

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