Shirley Eaton was one of the brightest stars of the screen of her generation. The English actress was a true sex symbol throughout the famous swinging sixties and was active from 1951 on wards. She was a regular star of many big films from Britain throughout the 1950s and 1960s and most famously she played Bong Girl Jill Masterson in the 1964 hit Goldfinger opposite Sean Connery in which she was part of the iconic scene where she was painted gold and left to die on a hotel room bed. Eaton was also a key part of the Carry On films and turned in many comic performances. Owing to her love of her family, she stepped back from acting in 1969 to spend more time with her husband and two children. Before then, she starred in films such as the Agatha Christie mystery Ten Little Indians and then a Bob Hope comedy in 1967.
Saying in many interviews that she was more concerned with being a good mother than a glamorous Hollywood actress, Shirley has published an autobiography, Golden Girl, that talks about her life. As well as that she has also written two books called Golden Girl Shirley Eaton Her Reflections, which was a picture book featuring lots of great photos from the films in which she starred during her high profile career, and a second book Shirley Eaton Bond’s Golden Girl was filled with her own paintings and sculptures as well s her own photography and artwork from throughout her lifetime.
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