Jacqueline Bisset

This stunningly beautiful leading lady of the 1970s and '80s was born Sept. 13, 1944, in Weybridge, England. Bisset was a popular model by her teenage years and made her film debut as an extra in 1965's The Knack: And How to Use It. Her first speaking role came in Roman Polanski's Cul-de-Sac the following year, and she had prominent roles in 1967's Casino Royale and Two for the Road.

For her U.S. debut, Bisset appeared opposite Frank Sinatra in The Detective and Steve McQueen in Bullitt, both in 1968. From that point on, she was in demand internationally, lending her glowing presence to Airport, Murder on the Orient Express, The Deep, The Greek Tycoon, Rich and Famous, Under the Volcano, Wild Orchid, Dangerous Beauty and Domino.

Bisset's many TV roles include Mary in the miniseries "Jesus" (1999) and Jacqueline Onassis in "American Prince: The John F. Kennedy Jr. Story" (2003).