Jacqueline Bisset has had a long running career as an internationally renowned actress. Born in Weybridge, England, on September 13, 1944, she studied ballet, but later her interest turned to acting. Before getting into acting, she was a model, working to support her sick mother during her teen years. Later, she used her modeling gigs to pay for acting lessons, which would help her achieve her dream. Her first noticeable role in a film was in Two for the Road in 1967. Later that year, the young actress appeared in Casino Royale, a spoof on James Bond. She also took over Mia Furrow’s role in The Detective, which helped boost her career quite a bit. Her other film credits from the early days (up until 1980 include Bullitt, Day for Night, The Deep, and Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe. The latter earned her a Golden Globe nomination, as did her 1984 performance in Under the Volcano. The young actress was truly on her way. She took on La Ceremonie in 1995, winning a Cesar award for her actuation in the French film. She has also been a guest star on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit and Ally McBeal. Her most recent projects include Carolina Moon, Death and Love, and Vivaldi, with the latter two still in post-production.