Linda Hayden

Linda Hayden


Linda Hayden was born on Jan 19, 1953 in UK. Linda Hayden's big-screen debut came with Taste the Blood of Dracula directed by Peter Sasdy in 1970. Linda Hayden is known for Mr. H Is Late directed by Eric Sykes, John Alderton stars as Vicar and Bobby Ball as Driver's Mate. The upcoming new movie Linda Hayden plays is Run for Your Wife which will be released on Feb 14, 2013.

Gorgeous and voluptuous blonde actress Linda Hayden made a strong and lasting impression with her steamy portrayals of lusty nymphets and tempting seductresses in a handful of pictures made in the 60s and 70s. Linda was born on January 19, 1953 in Stanmore, Middlesex, England. She studied her craft at the esteemed Aida Foster Stage School, where she took drama, dancing and singing classes. Hayden made a bold film debut as brassy 15-year-old teenage tart Luci Thompson in the racy melodrama Baby Love (1969). Linda achieved her greatest enduring cult cinema popularity with her appearances in several horror features; she was excellent as virginal innocent Alice Hargood in the typically fine Hammer outing Une messe pour Dracula (1970) and gave an outstanding performance as alluring devil cult leader Angel Blake in the chilling La Nuit du maléfice (1971). Hayden was likewise memorable as libidinous sexpot secretary Linda Hindstatt in the sleazy thriller Exposé (1976) and had a brief cameo in Ces garçons qui venaient du Brésil (1978). She acted in four amusingly lowbrow comedies with her onetime boyfriend Robin Askwith: Confessions d'un laveur de carreaux (1974), Queen Kong (1976), Let's Get Laid (1978) and Confessions d'un moniteur de club de vacances (1977).Linda has made guest appearances in such TV shows as Now Look Here (1971), Marked Personal (1973), Crown Court: Traffic Warden's Daughter: Part 1 (1974), My Brother's Keeper: Pig in the Middle (1975), Robin's Nest (1977), Mackenzie: Sole Agent (1980), Les professionnels: Black Out (1980), Shillingbury Tales (1980), Cuffy (1983), Pour l'amour du risque: Passing Chance (1983), Histoires singulières: Black Carrion (1984) and The Bill: Performance Anxiety (1997).In addition to her movie and television credits, Hayden has also acted on stage: she co-starred with Askwith in the bawdy farce "Who Goes Bare" and has performed extensively in productions for the Theatre of Comedy Company.Linda Hayden is married to theatre producer Paul Elliott and is the mother of two children.

  • Birthday

    Jan 19, 1953
  • Place of Birth

    Stanmore, Middlesex, England, UK
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