Sue Lloyd

About Sue Lloyd

Who is it?: Actress
Birth Day: August 07, 1939
Birth Place:  Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom
Died On: 20 October 2011(2011-10-20) (aged 72)\nLondon, England, UK
Birth Sign: Virgo
Cause of death: Cancer
Resting place: Reading Cemetery and Crematorium
Occupation: Actress
Years active: 1963–2001
Spouse(s): Ronald Allen (m. 1991; d. 1991)

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Sue Lloyd was born on August 07, 1939 in  Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, is Actress. Born in 1939, British actress Sue Lloyd trained in dance as a child, studying at the Sadler's Wells School at age 11. Since her height (5' 8") decreased her chances of a ballet career, the statuesque Sue instead became a chorus girl and showgirl. After some modeling assignments, she broke into television in the early 60s (The Saint (1962) and The Avengers (1961)), which, in turn, propelled her into a spy series (The Baron (1966)) and other espionage tales on film, notably The Ipcress File (1965) starring Michael Caine as Harry Palmer, No. 1 of the Secret Service (1977) and the comedy spoof Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978). She even played a sexy secret agent in a stage version of "The Avengers", playing Hannah Wild, John Steed's partner. For the next decade or so Sue alternated between film and TV assignments, not really making much of a dent anywhere but providing nice set decoration. After co-starring in a couple of Joan Collins vehicles, The Stud (1978) and The Bitch (1979), her career pretty much fell away. In 1991 she married actor Ronald Allen but he died shortly after of cancer. Glimpsed here and there, she came full circle in film intrigue by making a cameo appearance in Bullet to Beijing (1995), which again starred Michael Caine as private eye Harry Palmer. Sue wrote her own biography "It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time" in 1998.
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💰Sue Lloyd Net worth: $850,000

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She was one of the last two debutantes to be presented to the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 1958; the final such ceremony.


She made many guest appearances in several popular shows of the 1960s and 1970s, including The Saint, Department S, Jason King, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), The Persuaders! and The Sweeney.


In the same year Lloyd played the regular role of secret agent Cordelia Winfield, alongside Steve Forrest in the 1965–66 British ITC television series The Baron. Originally Lloyd's character only appeared in the pilot episode, with Steve Forrest's sidekick played by Paul Ferris. Pressure from the American television network who were to screen the show replaced Ferris with Lloyd.


In 1971, Lloyd starred in a stage version of the TV series The Avengers playing John Steed's sidekick, Mrs Hannah Wild. She also appeared with several other stars in the 1976 Lindsay Shonteff imitation James Bond film No. 1 of the Secret Service.


In Crossroads Lloyd played the wife of actor Ronald Allen, who was sacked on the same day she was. They were good friends, having met shortly after his long-term life partner, fellow Crossroads actor Brian Hankins, had died from cancer in 1978. Lloyd's friends were surprised when, in 1991, she married an ailing Allen six weeks before his own death, on 18 June, from cancer.


Lloyd joined the long-running British soap opera Crossroads in 1979. She played Barbara Hunter (née Brady) until she and her on and also off screen partner Ronald Allen were dropped from the series in 1985.


Her other film credits include Corruption, Revenge of the Pink Panther, The Stud and The Bitch. On her Twitter page Joan Collins said that she and Lloyd had to get drunk prior to their nude scenes. She reunited with Michael Caine in Bullet to Beijing (1995), one of the later Harry Palmer films.


Sue Lloyd died on 20 October 2011, aged 72, from cancer.