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Already at 11, D’Abaud decided to become an actress. She entered the London Drama School, and simultaneously began to appear in commercials.
English television and movie actress Mariam D’Abo, known as the Bond girl from the James Bond movie “Living Fires” (The Living Daylights, 1987), was born on December 27, 1960.
D’Abo was born in London, Great Britain, in the family of a Georgian mother and a Dutch father. Mariam’s young years passed in Paris and Geneva.
Already at 11, D’Abaud decided to become an actress. She entered the London Drama School, and simultaneously began to appear in commercials.
In 1983, D’Abo’s film debut took place in the low-budget British sci-fi horror film “Extro”, in which the actress played the role of a Frenchwoman into whose body the alien settled. The film quickly became notorious, but the British Film Classification Board (BBFC) issued a certificate to the film. In the interview, Mariam D’Abaud remembers ‘Extra’ as a ‘horrible film’.
One of the most famous roles of the actress was the role of Kara Milovi, a sweet and vulnerable Czechoslovak cellist (and part-time snipers), who falls head over heels in James Bond’s agent in the movie “Live Lights”. In 1988, D’Abo starred in the mini-series ‘Something is Out There’ as a medical officer.
Next, Mariam was followed by the work in the dramatic films “Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less” (1990), Savage Hearts (1996) and “American Lovers” (An American Affair , 1997).
Later, Mariam teamed up with the director of the James Bond film with her participation by John Glen and played in his new film ‘Faceless’ (The Point Men, 2001). In 2002, the actress starred in the television series “Doctor Zhivago” (Doctor Zhivago) as Keira Knightley’s mother, and in 2003 D’Abo performed the role of Queen Hecuba in the mini-series ‘Helen of Troy’.
Two years later she played a small role in the gloomy French cinema ‘Hell’ (L’Enfer, 2005).
In 2002, D’Abo became co-author of the book ‘Bond Girls Are Forever’, which was a tribute to the women who ever played the Bond girl. For the most part, this book consists of documentary information about D’Abo and other famous ‘Bond girls’.
In 2007, Mariam underwent a surgical operation, which was necessary because of her developed ventricular hemorrhage. After the operation, the actress went on the mend. Great support for her was the communication with people who experienced such an experience. In 2009, D’Abo starred in a documentary on this disease.
Also in 2009, she played in the adaptation of the classic work ‘Dorian Gray’ (Dorian Gray).
In November 2003, D’Abo married Hugh Hudson, the “Oscar-winning” British director of films such as Chariots of Fire (1981), Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan (The Legend of Tarzan) , Lord of the Apes, 1984) and ‘Revolution’ (Revolution, 1985).

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