Lysette Anthony (born Lysette Chodzo September 26, 1963 in London, England) is an English film, television, and theatre actress. Her parents are actors Michael Anthony (Michael Chodzko) and Bernadette Milnes. Heralded as the "Face of the Eighties" by photographer David Bailey at the age of 16, Anthony was a highly successful model before she became a household name as an actress at the age of 20.
Anthonys work in films includes Krull with Kenneth Marshall and Freddie Jones, the 1988 mini series Jack the Ripper as Mary Jane Kelly with Michael Caine and Jane Seymour, Without A Clue again with Michael Caine and also Ben Kingsley, Woody Allens award winning Husbands and Wives in which she played Sydney Pollacks neurotic mistress. Further film credits include: Farewell to Harry, The Loch with Patrick Bergin, the Miramax/Dimension feature Tale of the Mummy with Christopher Lee, Mel Brooks' Dracula: Dead and Loving It, Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde with Sean Young; Tri-Stars Look Who's Talking Now with John Travolta, The Advocate starring alongside Colin Firth and The Lady and the Highwayman with Hugh Grant and Emma Samms.
Her television appearances in 2006 included guest lead roles in Casualty and a new sit-com pilot, Baggy Trousers. She also recently played the roles of Rachel Heath, a semi regular character in The Bill and Veronica Cray in The Hollow, a two-part Poirot film for ITV, with David Suchet.
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