Ursula Andress

as Herself/HoneyRyder in the movie Behind the Scenes with Thunderball

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Was born at 19 March 1936 (now is 82 years old) in Ostermundigen, Bern, Switzerland

The quintessential jet-set Euro starlet, Ursula Andress was born in theSwiss canton of Berne on March 19, 1936, one of six children in aGerman Protestant family. Although often seeming icily aloof, arestless streak early demonstrated itself in her personality, and shehad a desire to explore the world outside Switzerland. The stunningyoung woman ran away from home at the tender age of 17, found work asan art model in Rome and did walk-ons in three quickie Italian featuresbefore coming to the Hollywood. At 19, she met matinée idol'John Derek' , who left his first wife and two children to marryUrsula in 1957, despite the fact that she only spoke a few words ofEnglish at the time, and persuaded the new bride to postpone her actingambitions for several years thereafter.

The year 1962 saw the unknown Swiss beauty back on the set, playing asmall role in the first movie version of 'Ian Fleming (I)' 'sfanciful "James Bond" espionage novels, Dr. No (1962) , opposite'Sean Connery' . Because her Swiss/German accent was so strong,Andress' entire performance had to be dubbed by a voiceover artist. Nevertheless, her striking beauty and smoldering screen presence made astrong impression on moviegoers, immediately establishing her as one ofthe most desired women in the world and as an ornament to put on-screenalongside some of the most bankable talent of the era, such as'Elvis Presley' in Fun in Acapulco (1963) and'Dean Martin (I)' in 4 for Texas (1963) . In 1965, she wasone of several European starlets to co-star in What's New Pussycat (1965) -- a film that perhaps sums upmid-'60s pop culture better than any other -- written by'Woody Allen' , starring Allen and 'Peter Sellers (I)' , withmusic by 'Burt Bacharach' , a title song performed by'Tom Jones (I)' and much on-screen sexual romping.

Andress appeared in many more racy-for-their time movies in both theUnited States and Europe from the mid-'60s to the late '70s, including La decima vittima (1965) , in which she wears a famouslyballistic bra; The Blue Max (1966) , where she is aptly cast asthe sultry, insatiable wife of an aristocratic World War I Germangeneral; the James Bond satire Casino Royale (1967) ; theexcellent caper Perfect Friday (1970) , in which she plays theseductive accomplice in a bank robbery; Soleil rouge (1971) , asa foul-mouthed prostitute taken hostage by outlaws; as a bombshellnurse hired to titillate a doddering millionaire to death in L'infermiera (1975) ; La montagna del dio cannibale (1978) , in which she is infamouslystripped and slathered in orange paint by a pair of nubiles; and The Fifth Musketeer (1979) , in the role of King Louis XIV'salluring mistress. Unmarried since 1966 when she divorced the controlling Derek to be withFrench New Wave star 'Jean-Paul Belmondo' , Andress played thefield for years, reportedly involved at various times with'Dennis Hopper' , 'Ryan O'Neal (I)' , 'Fabio Testi' , and'Marcello Mastroianni' . In 1979, she began what would be along-term romance with 'Harry Hamlin' , her handsome young co-starfrom Clash of the Titans (1981) (in which she was cast,predictably, as "Aphrodite"). While subsequently traveling in India,Andress' belly began to swell out of her clothing, and she felt verynauseous. What at first seemed a severe case of "Delhi Belly" turnedout to be pregnancy, her first and only, at age 43.

She and Hamlinnamed the child, who was born in 1980, 'Dimitri Hamlin' . After the birth of her son, Andress scaled back her career, which nowfocused mostly on slight European films and occasional televisionroles, as she was raising Dimitri in Rome. Her relationship with Hamlinended in 1983, and she last worked on a film in 2005. .

There is some small facts about Ursula Andress:
  • Lived with 'Harry Hamlin' from 1979 to 1983. They had a son, 'Dimitri Hamlin' , in 1980.
  • Was once engaged to 'Fabio Testi' .
  • Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#53) (1995).
  • Lived with 'Jean-Paul Belmondo' from 1965 to 1972.
  • Often referred to as the "definitive" Bond Girl, as her appearance in Dr. No (1962) made her the first in a long line of famous and not-so-famous actresses to add "Bond Girl" status to their resumes by appearing in the James Bond series of films.
  • Is the only actress to appear in a canon Bond movie (Dr. No (1962) ), an unofficial Bond film (Casino Royale (1967) ) and also appear as a character in a Bond novel ("On Her Majesty's Secret Service").
  • Is fluent in English, French, German, Italian and Swiss-German.
  • Her voice was dubbed by 'Nikki Van der Zyl' in Dr. No (1962) , She (1965/I) , The Blue Max (1966) and Casino Royale (1967) because of her strong accent.
  • Her younger sister, Kàtey Andress, unsuccessfully attempted to start a modeling career.
  • She had a very troubled relationship with 'James Dean (I)' . One tabloid reported at the time that Dean was learning German so they could "argue in another language".
  • On May 18, 2006, she celebrated her 70th birthday aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia in the company of an international crowd of celebrities in Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Is Swiss-German.
  • Friends with 'Linda Evans (I)' and 'Bo Derek' .
  • Ex-stepmother of 'Sean Catherine Derek' .
  • Born to Rolf Andress, a German diplomat who had disappeared during World War II, and his Swiss wife Anna, a gardener.
  • 'Linda Evans (I)' drove Ursula to the hospital the night she gave birth to hers and 'Harry Hamlin' 's son, 'Dimitri Hamlin' , while Linda's personal assistant located Harry (who was shooting King of the Mountain (1981) ) and made it there in time for the event.
  • Described her wedding to 'John Derek' a nightmare, marrying him in a small Las Vegas chapel with a cab driver as their best man and a ring that did not fit.
  • Studied painting, sculpture and dance in Paris.
  • Grew up in Ostermundingen, a city in the district of Berne, like TV host 'Michelle Hunziker' and 'Lauriane Gilliéron' , a former Miss Switzerland, who both attended her 70th birthday party.
  • On September 30, 1955, shortly before his death, 'James Dean (I)' asked her to go with him to San Francisco in his Porsche 550 Spyder. But after talking to 'John Derek' , he realized that she felt in love with the latter (even though he was married with a family), so Dean left Los Angeles without her.
  • Developed reputation as a serial homewrecker after being publicly blamed for breaking up the marriages of 'John Derek' and 'Pati Behrs' , 'Jean-Paul Belmondo' and Elodie Constantin, and 'Ryan O'Neal (I)' and 'Leigh Taylor-Young' . She explained unapologetically, "When you are in love, you are in love. That's all that matters".
  • Was the original choice for the role of Sophie in Sophie's Choice (1982) but 'Meryl Streep' , who went on to receive a Best Actress Oscar for her performance, was cast instead.
  • She worked with 'Peter Sellers (I)' , 'Peter O'Toole (I)' , 'Woody Allen' and 'Burt Bacharach' on both What's New Pussycat (1965) and Casino Royale (1967) .
  • Has been linked romantically with automobile designer 'John DeLorean' , singer 'Julio Iglesias (I)' , Brazilian soccer player 'Paulo Roberto Falcão' , American actors 'Marlon Brando' , 'Dennis Hopper' and 'Ryan O'Neal (I)' , Austrian actor 'Helmut Berger (I)' , French actors 'Daniel Gélin' and 'Jean-Paul Belmondo' , Italian actors 'Fabio Testi' , 'Giuliano Gemma' , 'Marcello Mastroianni' and 'Franco Nero' , as well as 'Ricci Martin' (son of 'Dean Martin (I)' ), 'Nels Van Patten' (son of 'Dick Van Patten' ), Lorenzo Rispoli and Fausto Fagone.
  • The third of six children, she has a brother, Arthur and four sisters, Erica, Kàtey, Charlotte and Ruth.
  • Made a fortune dabbling in the stock market.
  • Runs painting and furniture auctions.
  • Turned down 'Raquel Welch' 's role in One Million Years B.C. (1966) .
  • Turned down 'Sharon Tate (I)' 's role in Valley of the Dolls (1967) .
  • Turned down the role of Nova in Planet of the Apes (1968) , which went to 'Linda Harrison (I)' .
  • Posed nude for Playboy magazine seven times between 1965 and 1979.
  • Worked with fellow Bond girls 'Claudine Auger' in Le dolci signore (1968) , 'Barbara Bach (I)' in L'ultima chance (1973) and 'Luciana Paluzzi' in L'infermiera (1975) .
  • Onetime boyfriend 'Nels Van Patten' is the brother-in-law of daytime soap star 'Eileen Davidson (I)' , who appears on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" (2010) with 'Lisa Rinna (I)' , the current wife of Ursula's ex 'Harry Hamlin' .
Also look some video clip about Ursula Andress:
There is the list of movies, where Ursula Andress was taked part:
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1 Behind the Scenes with Thunderball movie Behind the Scenes with Thunderball 1995 as Herself/HoneyRyder
2 Bonds Are Forever movie Bonds Are Forever 1983 as Honey Ryder/Herself
3 Carnival in Rio movie Carnival in Rio 1983 as Herself - at Carnival
4 Elvis: The Echo Will Never Die movie Elvis: The Echo Will Never Die 1986 as Herself
5 James Bond: The First 21 Years movie James Bond: The First 21 Years 1983 as Herself
6 Le démoniaque movie Le démoniaque 1968 as Herself/Cameo Appearance
7 Letti selvaggi movie Letti selvaggi 1979 as The Stroller/The Widow
8 Man Against the Mob: The Chinatown Murders movie Man Against the Mob: The Chinatown Murders 1989 as Betty Starr
9 The Best of So Graham Norton movie The Best of So Graham Norton 2004 as Herself
10 The Definitive Elvis: The Hollywood Years - Part II: 1962-1969 movie The Definitive Elvis: The Hollywood Years - Part II: 1962-1969 2002 as Herself
11 The Kid Stays in the Picture movie The Kid Stays in the Picture 2002 as Herself
12 The Secrets of 007: The James Bond Files movie The Secrets of 007: The James Bond Files 1997 as Honey Ryder
13 Un americano a Roma movie Un americano a Roma 1954 as Astrid Sjöström
14 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross movie Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 2001 as Herself
15 Más estrellas que en el cielo movie Más estrellas que en el cielo 1988 as Herself
16 Whats My Line? movie Whats My Line? 1950 as Herself - Mystery Guest
17 100 Greatest Sexy Moments movie 100 Greatest Sexy Moments 2003 as Herself
18 4 for Texas movie 4 for Texas 1963 as Maxine Richter
19 Africa Express movie Africa Express 1975 as Madeleine Cooper
20 Ban the Sadist Videos! movie Ban the Sadist Videos! 2005 as Herself
21 Behind the Scenes with Goldfinger movie Behind the Scenes with Goldfinger 1995 as Herself
22 Belmondo par Belmondo movie Belmondo par Belmondo 2016 as Herself
23 Best Ever Bond movie Best Ever Bond 2002 as Herself
24 Big Man: Diva movie Big Man: Diva 1988 as Susy Kaminski
25 Bob Hopes Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the Troops - 1941-1972 movie Bob Hopes Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the Troops - 1941-1972 1980 as Herself
26 Bond Girls Are Forever movie Bond Girls Are Forever 2002 as Herself
27 Casino Royale movie Casino Royale 1967 as Vesper Lynd/James Bond 007
28 Celebrity Naked Ambition movie Celebrity Naked Ambition 2011 as Herself
29 Clash of the Titans movie Clash of the Titans 1981 as Aphrodite
30 Colpo in canna movie Colpo in canna 1975 as Nora Green
31 Cremaster 5 movie Cremaster 5 1997 as Queen of Chain
32 Die Vogelpredigt movie Die Vogelpredigt 2005 as Madonna
33 Diva Graham Norton movie Diva Graham Norton 2003 as Herself
34 Doppio delitto movie Doppio delitto 1977 as Princess Dell'Orso
35 Dr. No movie Dr. No 1962 as Honey Ryder
36 Due cuori, una cappella movie Due cuori, una cappella 1975 as Herself
37 Elio Petri... appunti su un autore movie Elio Petri... appunti su un autore 2005 as Herself
38 Famous T & A movie Famous T & A 1982 as Susan Stevenson
39 Fantaghirò 3 movie Fantaghirò 3 1993 as Xellesia
40 Fantaghirò 4 movie Fantaghirò 4 1994 as Xellesia
There is the list of interview of Ursula Andress:
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 27 March 1980, Iss. 13, pg. 10-13, by: Roswitha vom Bruck, "L'Enfant que je porte a déjà changé ma vie..."
There is the list of some articles of Ursula Andress:
  • "Knave" (UK), June 1983, Vol. 15, Iss. 6, pg. 32, by: Tony Crawley, "The A-Z of Bond Girls"
  • "Ciné-Revue" (Belgium), 11 September 1975, Vol. 55, Iss. 37, pg. 4-9, by: A. Frontoni, "Ursula à Bangkok"
  • "Le Nouveau Cinémonde" (France), July 1970, Iss. 1843, pg. 30, "Tout en se partageant entre David Warner et Stanley Baker, Ursula Andress accomplit un hold-up de cascadeuse!"
  • "Jeunesse Cinéma" (France), September 1965, Iss. 93, pg. 2-7, "Viva Ursula"
There is the list of some printed articles of Andress, Ursula:
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 2012, Iss. 11, pg. 95, by: n/a, "Full Frontals : Ursula Andress"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 2008, Vol. 55, Iss. 11, pg. 78-79, by: staff, "Bond Girls"
  • "Playboy" (USA), August 2006, Vol. 53, Iss. 8, pg. 71, by: staff, "The Bikini at 60"
  • "Télépro" (Belgium), 1 July 2004, Iss. 2626, pg. 16-17, "James Bond Girls : Gloire et déboires"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), January 2004, Vol. 28, Iss. 125, pg. 8-9, by: Ramsey Steele, "Ramsey Steele's Bond Girls : How to tell your Golfinger from your Octopussy"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 2004, Vol. 51, Iss. 1, pg. 204, by: staff, "Golden Memories"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), November 2001, Vol. 23, Iss. 100, pg. 104, "100 Sexiest Celebrities Of All Time Nude! #20 : Undressing Ms. Andress"
  • "Playboy" (USA), June 2000, Vol. 47, Iss. 6, pg. 88-89, "The Bond Girls: Sexpots and Psychopaths"
  • "Playboy Special Edition" (USA), August 1999, pg. 27, by: staff, "Playboy's Sex Stars of the Century"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1999, Vol. 46, Iss. 1, pg. 105-128+214-220, by: D. Keith Mano, "Sex Stars Of The Century"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1999, Vol. 12, Iss. 4, pg. 80-81, by: staff, "A Taste Of 'Honey'"
  • "Playboy" (USA), October 1998, Vol. 45, Iss. 10, pg. 72-73, by: John Derek, "An Eye For Beauty"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1997, Vol. 11, Iss. 1, pg. 7, by: staff, "Star-tistics"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1994, Vol. 41, Iss. 1, pg. 162-163, "Remember Ursula"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1993, Vol. 6, Iss. 6, pg. 24-25, by: staff, "Big Cups To Fill: Ursula & Katey Andress"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1993, Vol. 6, Iss. 3, pg. 22-23, by: staff, "Car-Nal Knowledge: Ursula Andress"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1989, Vol. 36, Iss. 1, pg. 163, "Women Of The Sixties"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1989, Vol. 2, Iss. 5, pg. 4-7, by: staff, "Dr. No's Honey Rider"
  • "Playboy" (USA), September 1987, Vol. 34, Iss. 9, pg. 124, "25 Years Of James Bond "
  • "New York" (West Germany), March/April 1986, Iss. 2, pg. 43-45, "Teufel ein Körper"
  • "High Society" (West Germany), February 1984, Iss. 2, pg. 22-31, by: Angelo Frontoni
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1984, Vol. 31, Iss. 1, pg. 107, "30 Memorable Years"
  • "Playboy" (USA), July 1983, Vol. 30, Iss. 7, pg. 86-93, "The Spy They Love To Love"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1982, Vol. 29, Iss. 11, pg. 168-169, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema 1982"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1982, Vol. 29, Iss. 1, pg. 134-137, "The Gentleman Prefers Blondes"
  • "Partner Sex Stars" (USA), 1982, Vol. 2, Iss. Spring, pg. 44, by: staff, "Ursula Undressed"
  • "Partner Sex Stars" (USA), 1982, Vol. 2, Iss. Spring, pg. 5, by: Erich Pabel Verlag, "Life Begins At 40-D"
  • "Playboy" (Italy), September 1981, pg. 32-41, by: Angelo Frontoni, "L'incredibile Ursula '81"
  • "High Society" (USA), October 1980, "Nudes Real"
  • "Studio Club" (West Germany), May 1980, pg. 10-13, by: Angelo Frontoni
  • "Partner" (USA), March 1980, Vol. 1, Iss. 10, pg. 16, by: Angelo Frontoni, "Celebriteasers"
  • "Club International" (USA), January 1980, Vol. 4, Iss. 1, pg. 5, by: staff, "Celebrity Indiscretions: Ursula"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1979, Vol. 26, Iss. 1, pg. 158-159, "25 Beautiful Years"
  • "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 1979, Vol. 1, Iss. 1, pg. 60-61, by: staff, "The Lady Killer"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1977, Vol. 24, Iss. 11, pg. 157, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema 1977"
  • "Mayfair" (UK), January 1977, Vol. 12, Iss. 1, "Andress Undressed"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1976, Vol. 23, Iss. 11, pg. 151, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema - 1976"
  • "Playboy" (USA), April 1976, Vol. 23, Iss. 4, pg. 91-95, "Incomparably Ursula"
  • "Lui" (France), 1976, Iss. 1, pg. 30-37
  • "Oui" (USA), April 1975, Vol. 4, Iss. 4, pg. 13, by: Tim Nater, "Openers"
  • "Playboy" (USA), January 1975, Vol. 22, Iss. 1, pg. 100, "Playboy Mansion West"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1974, Vol. 21, Iss. 11, pg. 145, by: Arthur Knight, "Sex In Cinema 1974"
  • "Oui" (USA), April 1974, Vol. 3, Iss. 4, pg. 34-39, by: Angelo Frontoni, "Getting it on with Ursula"
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1973, Vol. 20, Iss. 11, pg. 102-109, by: John Derek, "Encore"
  • "The Girls of Playboy 1" (USA), 1973
  • "Start" (Yugoslavia), 28 June 1972, Iss. 90, pg. 69, "14 dana i noci"
  • "Parade" (UK), 21 August 1971, pg. 14-15, by: Ken Francis, "I'm not ashamed of showing off my body"
  • "King" (Italy), July 1971, pg. 7-11, "Ursula sfida il tempo"
  • "Best for Men" (USA), 1971, Iss. 52
  • "Kino" (Cechoslovakia), 24 December 1970, Vol. XXV, Iss. 26, pg. 5, by: eh, "Belmondo"
  • "Saga" (USA), January 1969, Vol. 1, Iss. 1, pg. 43, by: John Derek, "Saga's Seductive Star Parade"
  • "Playboy" (USA), July 1968, Vol. 15, Iss. 7, pg. 139, by: Arthur Knight & Hollis Alpert, "The History of Sex in Cinema - Part XIX: The Sixties Eros Unbound in Foreign Films"
  • "Playboy" (USA), April 1968, Vol. 15, Iss. 4, pg. 146, by: Arthur Knight & Hollis Alpert, "The History of Sex in Cinema - XVIII: Hollywood Unbuttons"
  • "Kent" (Italy), February 1968, Iss. 1, pg. 41-49, by: John Derek, "Ursula"
  • "ABC Film Review" (UK), May 1967, Vol. 17, Iss. 5, pg. 17, "Royal occasions"
  • "Lui" (France), April 1967, Iss. 52, pg. 48-53, by: John Derek, "Ursula donne le la"
  • "Beau" (USA), December 1966
  • "Cavalcade" (USA), September 1966
  • "Playboy" (USA), December 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 12, pg. 193, by: staff, "The Playboy Portfolio of Sex Stars"
  • "Cad" (USA), December 1965, Vol. 1, Iss. 2
  • "Playboy" (USA), November 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 11, pg. 133, by: Richard Maibaum, "James Bond's girls"
  • "Playboy" (USA), June 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 6, pg. 130-141, by: John Derek, ""She'...Is...Ursula Andress"
  • "Midi-Minuit Fantastique" (France), 1964, Iss. 10-11, pg. 80C, "Ayesha (Ursula Andress) dans SHE, d'après l'oeuvre de H.R. Haggard"
The image of was on the covers of these magazines:
  • "The Sunday Times Magazine" (UK), 31 May 2009
  • "Femme Fatales" (USA), February 1998, Vol. 6, Iss. 8
  • "Maxim" (UK), September 1995
  • "Jours de France" (France), September 1989
  • "Film & Fun" (Netherlands), 1989, Iss. 12
  • "Interviu" (Spain), December 1988
  • "Ciné Tele Revue" (France), July 1986
  • "Domenica del Corriere" (Italy), 25 January 1986
  • "High Society" (West Germany), February 1984, Iss. 2
  • "Photo" (France), September 1982
  • "Ciné Tele Revue" (France), September 1982
  • "Playmen" (Italy), March 1982
  • "Playboy" (France), December 1981, Iss. 97
  • "Playboy" (Italy), September 1981
  • "Ciné Revue" (France), April 1981
  • "Filmspiegel" (East Germany), 1981, Iss. 9
  • "Story" (Belgium), 8 August 1980, Iss. 32
  • "Paris Match" (France), 4 July 1980
  • "Paris Match" (France), 7 April 1980
  • "Oggi" (Italy), 25 January 1980
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1980, Iss. 3
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1979, Iss. 20
  • "Continental Film Review" (UK), September 1978, Vol. 25, Iss. 311
  • "Panorama" (Belgium), January 1978
  • "Le Soir Illustre" (France), 1978, Iss. 4
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1977, Iss. 5
  • "People" (Australia), 28 October 1976
  • "CineRevue" (France), 12 August 1976, Vol. 56, Iss. 33
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), August 1976
  • "Er" (West Germany), April 1976
  • "Cine Revue" (France), 4 Mars 1976, Vol. 56, Iss. 10
  • "Lui" (France), 1976, Iss. 1
  • "Interviu" (Spain), 1976, Iss. 19
  • "Sex Stars System" (France), November 1975
  • "Playboy" (Italy), November 1975
  • "Ciné-Revue" (Belgium), 11 September 1975, Vol. 55, Iss. 37
  • "Photo" (France), August 1975
  • "Ciné Revue" (France), 6 March 1975
  • "Epoca" (Italy), 18 January 1975, Iss. 1267
  • "Settimana TV" (Italy), 1975, Iss. 28
  • "Le Soir Illustre" (Belgium), 1975, Iss. 5
  • "Neue Revue" (West Germany), 11 November 1974
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1974, Iss. 6
  • "Tempo" (Italy), 30 September 1973
  • "Stern" (West Germany), 11 January 1973, Iss. 3
  • "Le Soir Illustre" (France), 1973, Iss. 5
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1973, Iss. 8
  • "Paris Match" (France), 28 October 1972
  • "Gaceta ilustrada" (Spain), 21 May 1972
  • "King" (Italy), July 1971
  • "Tachydromos" (Greece), 15 January 1971, Iss. 875
  • "Photo" (France), January 1971
  • "Fotogramas" (Spain), January 1971
  • "Bunte" (West Germany), 15 December 1970, Iss. 51
  • "Paris Match" (France), November 1970
  • "Jours de France" (France), September 1970
  • "Photo" (France), January 1970
  • "Everybody's" (Australia), 20 March 1968
  • "Cine en 7 dias" (Spain), 3 February 1968, Iss. 356
  • "Cine en 7 dias" (Spain), 25 November 1967
  • "Photoplay" (UK), August 1967
  • "Kent" (Italy), July 1967
  • "Photoplay" (UK), June 1967
  • "Films in Reviews" (USA), June 1967
  • "Mundo Uruguayo" (Uruguay), 26 April 1967
  • "Radiocorriere" (Italy), 4 February 1967
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1967, Iss. 10
  • "Bolero" (West Germany), 1967
  • "Bunte" (West Germany), 14 December 1966, Iss. 51
  • "Beau" (USA), December 1966
  • "Jours de France" (France), November 1966
  • "Cavalcade" (USA), September 1966
  • "Stern" (West Germany), 14 August 1966, Iss. 33
  • "L'Europeo" (Italy), 11 August 1966
  • "Filmcritica" (Italy), August/September 1966
  • "Bunte" (West Germany), 11 May 1966
  • "Le Soir Illustre" (Belgium), March 1966
  • "Esquire" (USA), January 1966
  • "Cine Revue" (Belgium), 1966, Iss. 4
  • "Bolero" (West Germany), 1966, Iss. 67
  • "Bunte Österreich" (Austria), 1966, Iss. 51
  • "Fotogramas" (Spain), Jnauary 1966
  • "Nat" (Italy), 1966, Iss. 65
  • "Oggi" (Italy), 16 December 1965
  • "Bunte" (West Germany), 8 December 1965
  • "Ecran" (Chile), December 1965
  • "Mi Vida" (Chile), December 1965
  • "Fotogramas" (Spain), 12 November 1965
  • "Stern" (West Germany), November 1965, Iss. 46
  • "Exquisit" (West Germany), October 1965, Iss. 81
  • "Photoplay" (UK), October 1965
  • "Incom" (Italy), 26 September 1965
  • "Jeunesse Cinéma" (France), September 1965, Iss. 93
  • "Tempo" (Italy), 18 August 1965, Vol. 27, Iss. 33
  • "Oggi" (Italy), 12 August 1965
  • "Epoca" (Italy), 8 August 1965
  • "Parade" (UK), 17 July 1965, Iss. 1336
  • "Parade" (UK), 22 May 1965, Iss. 1328
  • "Gaceta Ilustrada" (Spain), 8 May 1965
  • "ABC Film Review" (UK), March 1965
  • "Cine en 7 dias" (Spain), 5 February 1965, Iss. 200
  • "Mundo Uruguayo" (Uruguay), February 1965
  • "Cinemonde" (France), 1965, Iss. 8
  • "De Post" (Belgium), 1965, Iss. 1
  • "Cinemonde" (France), 1965, Iss. 5
  • "Bunte Österreich" (Austria), 1965, Iss. 50
  • "Weekend" (UK), 30 December 1964
  • "Stern" (West Germany), 20 December 1964, Iss. 51
  • "Parade" (UK), 31 October 1964, Iss. 1299
  • "Paris Match" (France), 12 September 1964
  • "Vie Nuove" (Italy), 9 July 1964
  • "Parade" (UK), 22 February 1964, Iss. 1263
  • "Look" (USA), November 1963
  • "Parade" (UK), 16 February 1963, Iss. 1210
  • "Parade" (UK), 17 November 1962, Iss. 1197
  • "Queen" (UK), July 1962
There is the list of some quotes of Ursula Andress:
  • [on her leaving the acting profession] I couldn't live up to it. So I chose to run away.
  • I was under contract to Paramount. They wanted to make me into somebody which I was not. So I got so scared and rebelled, so they threw me out of the studio.
  • It's a mystery. All I did was wear this bikini in Dr. No (1962) - not even a small one - and whoosh! Overnight, I made it.
  • To me, it's much more moral to live with the man you love, without signing a piece of paper, than to live legally in an atmosphere of boredom which can eventually turn to hate.
  • [on performing in the nude] I've nothing against it. We're born this way.
  • What I look for in a man isn't printable! I wouldn't want to shatter my cool Swiss image.
  • [in People magazine, 12/29/80] I'm nearly having a nervous breakdown. I am Swiss, and I want everything precise, clean, perfect. Everybody is furious with me; I have no time for anybody. I cry every day, I'm so upset. A baby takes 24 hours out of every 24 hours -- I never imagined it would be so time-consuming. Never, never!
  • I was unfaithful to my husband because of my love for Jean-Paul. It is the only time I have been unfaithful to the man I loved, and I wouldn't do it again.
  • I adored Elvis; he was the kindest man there was. At the beginning, I was not fond of him. You know, you judge people by what you read about them. But Elvis was adorable, so sweet, nice, and kind. We continued to be friends, and I saw him once or twice a year. But he was a troubled person.
  • [2003] My home is the world. I live a little in Spain, the U.S., Italy and Switzerland.
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