Barbara Carrera was born on the 30th of December, 1951, in Bluefields, Nicaragua. She is a former model, and an actress. She is the daughter of a US ambassador and a Nicaraguan mother. At aged eleven, she travelled to the United States. At the age of seventeen, she began her modelling career with the Eileen Ford Agency. She moved in film in 1970 as a fashion model in the film Puzzle of a Downfall Child. She has since appeared in The Island of Dr. Moreau, Condorman, Point of Impact, Embryo, Lone Wolf McQuade, Wild Geese II, and Tryst. However, she is best known for portraying the villainous Fatima Blush in Never Say Never Again. That role won her a 1984 Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role. She also appeared on television, in the series Dallas as Angelica Nero. She also played in the miniseries Masada, the miniseries Centennial, and the miniseries Emma, Queen of the South Seas. She appeared nude in Playboy in 1977 and 1982. She is also an exhibited artist. In 2002, her work appeared at the Hollywood Entertainment Museum, and can sell for up to $8000 a piece. Barbara has no children, but has married and divorced three times. Her year of birth may be 1945, 1947, 1951, or 1953!