D'Abo, Maryam 1960(?)–

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D'Abo, Maryam 1960(?)–

(Marymam D'Abo)


Born December 27, 1960 (some sources cite 1961), in London, England; father, a banker; mother, a nonprofit executive; cousin of Olivia d'Abo (an actress) and Mike d'Abo (a singer); married Hugh Hudson (a director), November, 2003. Education: Attended the London College of Printing; studied at the Drama Centre, London. Avocational Interests: Chalk and pencil drawing, skiing, cycling.


Manager—Polaris Entertainment, 8899 Beverly Blvd., Suite 812, West Hollywood, CA 90048.


Actress, producer, and writer.


Film Appearances:

Analise Mercier, Xtro, New Line Cinema, 1983.

Nathalie, Until September, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1984.

French girlfriend, White Nights (also known as Biale noce, Die Nacht der Entscheidung, Hvide naetter, Il sole a mezzanote, Noches del sol, O sol da meia-noite, O sol da meia noite, Sol de medianoche, Valkeat yoet, Vita naetter, and White Nights—Nacht der Entscheidung), Columbia, 1985.

Kara Milovy, The Living Daylights (also known as Ian Fleming's "The Living Daylights," Icecold Mission, and James Bond 007: The Living Daylights), United Artists, 1987.

Sarah Walkins (some sources cite Sarah Watkins), Money, United International Pictures, 1991.

(As Marymam D'Abo) Madeleine, Leon the Pig Farmer (also known as Leon), Unapix Films/Cinevista, 1992.

Susan, Immortal Sins (also known as Veil of Dreams, Vengeance with a Kiss, and Besos en la oscuridad), 1992.

Beverly, Tropical Heat (also known as Tropical Nights), Prism Entertainment, 1993.

Cheryl, Shootfighter: Fight to the Death (also known as Shootfighter), New Films International/Vision International, 1993.

Jacki, Tomcat: Dangerous Desires (also known as Dangerous Desires), Republic Pictures, 1993.

Brooke Daniels, Stalked (also known as Traquee), Republic Pictures, 1994.

Caroline, Solitaire for Two (also known as Solitaire for 2 and The Tender Trap), Trident Releasing, 1994.

Claire Burke, Double Obsession (also known as Mirror Image), 1994.

Diana, The Browning Version, Paramount, 1994.

Beatrice Baxter, Savage Hearts, August Entertainment/Bratton/Wavepower Navigation, 1995.

Sara number two, Romance and Rejection (also known as So This Is Romance?), Bloomsbury Films, 1996.

Geneveve, An American Affair, TSC, 1997.

Alison, The Sea Change (also known as Cambio de rumbo), Winchester Films, 1998.

Linda Bryce, Trespassing (also known as Evil Remains), Screen Media Ventures, 2004.

Margaux, San-Antonio (also known as Spy Zone), Pathe, 2004.

Julie, L'enfer (also known as Hell), Diaphana Films, 2005.

Queen Rosalind, The Prince … Me II: The Royal Wedding, First Look International, 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Ta'ra, Something Is Out There, NBC, 1988.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Dominique Masson, Master of the Game, CBS, 1984.

(As Marymam D'Abo) Solange, If Tomorrow Comes, CBS, 1986.

Martine, The Man Who Lived at the Ritz, syndicated, 1988.

Anne Summerton, Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, USA Network, 1990.

Amalia Guishar, Doctor Zhivago (also known as Zhivago), Granada Television, 2002, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre (also known as ExxonMobil Masterpiece Theatre and Mobil Masterpiece Theatre), PBS, 2003.

Queen Hecuba, Helen of Troy, USA Network, 2003.

(And in archive footage) Herself, James Bond Casino, Veronica (the Netherlands), 2006.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Claudie DeBrille, Behind Enemy Lines (also known as 92 Grosvenor Street), NBC, 1985.

Second court lady, Arthur the King (also known as Merlin and the Sword and Merlin & the Sword), CBS, 1985.

Angelique, Nightlife, USA Network, 1989.

Captain Jessie Teegs, Timelock, Sci-Fi Channel, 1996.

Francis Koln, The Point Men (also known as Point Men), Starz!, 2001.

Television Appearances; Specials:

(Uncredited) Kara Milovy, The James Bond Story (also known as 007: The James Bond Story), American Movie Classics, 1999.

Herself, James Bond: A BAFTA Tribute, BBC, 2002.

Host and narrator, Bond Girls Are Forever, American Movie Classics, 2002, re-edited version known as Bond Girls Are Forever 2006.

Herself, David Walliams: My Life with James Bond 007, Independent Television (England), 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Lauren, "Previous Convictions," TECX, 1990.

Maggie, "L'epouvantail," Les cadavres exquis de Patricia Highsmith (also known as Patricia Highsmith's "Tales" and Cadavres exquis), BBC, 1990.

Barbara Calloway, "The Monte Carlo Murders," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1992.

Greta Kreutzel, "Well Cooked Hams," Tales from the Crypt (also known as HBO's "Tales from the Crypt"), HBO, 1993.

Zoe, "Another Woman's Lipstick," Red Shoe Diaries (also known as Foxy Fantasies, Zalman King's "Red Shoe Diaries," Diarios del zapato rojo, and Skjulte laengsler), Showtime, 1993, released on video as part of Red Shoe Diaries 3: Another Woman's Lipstick, 1993.

Cambria Elon, "Takeover," Space Precinct (also known as Brigada espacial and Space Cops—Tatort Demeter City), syndicated and Sky One, 1995.

(In archive footage) Jacki, "Brain-Damage Night," Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater, The Movie Channel, 1995.

Herself, "Bond Girls," The E! True Hollywood Story (also known as Bond Girls: The E! True Hollywood Story and THS), E! Entertainment Television, 1996.

(And in archive footage) Herself, "Bond Girls Are Forever/The Story of ‘V’/A Moment with … Tristan Taormino," SexTV, 2004.

Television Guest Appearances; Episodic:

Today (also known as NBC News Today and The Today Show), NBC, 1987.

The Word, Channel 4 (England), 1990.

Breakfast with Frost, BBC, 2002.

Open House (also known as Open House with Gloria Hunniford), Channel 5 (England), 2002.

RI:SE, Channel 4, 2003.

The Terry and Gaby Show, Channel 5, 2003.

This Morning (also known as This Morning with Richard and Judy), Independent Television (England), 2003.

The Film Programme (also known as Film 2006), BBC, 2006.

This Week, BBC, 2006.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Ta'ra, Something Is Out There, NBC, 1988.

Television Appearances; Other:

Marie, Les idiots, 1987.

Television Work; Specials:

Executive producer, Bond Girls Are Forever, American Movie Classics, 2002, re-edited version known as Bond Girls Are Forever 2006.

Creator and co-executive producer, Bearing Witness, Arts and Entertainment, 2005.

Stage Appearances:

Macon, Abundance, Riverside Studios Theatre, London, 1995.

Inessa Armand, Lenin in Love, New End Theatre, Hampstead, London, 2000.

Radio Appearances:

Appeared in radio programs, including an interview for BBC Radio Wiltshire, 2004.



Girlfriend of main character in "Stay Alone," Now Voyager, 1992.

Zoe in episode "Another Woman's Lipstick," Red Shoe Diaries 3: Another Woman's Lipstick, 1993.

(In archive footage) Herself, And the Word Was Bond, 1999.

4Herself, Inside "The Living Daylights" (short), Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2000.

(In archive footage) Herself, The Music of James Bond (short), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/United Artists Home Entertainment, 2000.

(In archive footage) Herself, Premiere Bond: Opening Nights (short), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Home Entertainment, 2006.


Teleplays; Specials:

Bond Girls Are Forever, American Movie Classics, 2002, re-edited version known as Bond Girls Are Forever 2006.



Biography, April, 2003.

TV Guide, November 2, 2002, p. 8.