The English visual artist and a renowned glamorous actress Margaret A. Nolan passed away on October 5 2020. She appeared as Dink in the form of James Bond’s masseuse that is the film, Goldfinger—getting fame for her indeed well appreciable performance the actress has appeared in other movies, video albums and magazines. She started her beautiful journey as a model in the beginning and later on appeared in numerous shows and movies. Nolan is one of those shining stars who ruled the industry in the later ’60s and ’70s by playing several lead roles. Well, she was even appearing in several shows later, and the news left several fans in shock for sure.
Beginning of her career: Margaret Nolan died at age 76.
The beautiful actress was born in 1943 in Somerset and started her carer initially as Vicky Kennedy in “glamour” shorts. Her first noticeable film was the Beatles film A Hard Day’s Night, and the James Bond film Goldfinger. The character of Dink played by her still makes fans go crazy for sure. On 1965, she was later the part of playboy magazine’s James Bond’s Girls edition. Talking about her she played comedy roles played on 2011 in Gordon Young’s Comedy Carpet. After a huge gap from her acting profession, she returned to show her awesomeness on The power of three in which Ann Cameron especially wrote her role for her.
Personal life: Margaret Nolan died at age 76.
Margaret Nolan’s dad was Irish, and mom was English, and she got completely brought up in London. Nolan was married to her ex-husband Thomas Michael John Kempinski also know a Tom Kempinski from 1967 to 1972. The couple had two children together. She took three decades of a break from her career. During her break, we saw Nolan shinning in her art career. She exhibited her awesome artworks in London venues and other too such as Brick Lane Gallery in 2009, The Misty Moon Gallery in 2013. On the same year, she also exhibited on Gallery Different. Her two sons Oscar Deeks who is a cinematographer and Luke O’Sullivan used always to support her.
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It’s my sad duty to report that actress and artist, the magnificent Margaret Nolan has passed away. She was the middle of the Venn diagram of everything cool in the 60's; having appeared with the Beatles, been beyond iconic in Bond and been part of the Carry On cast too. She was the gold painted model in the Goldfinger title sequence and poster (she also played Dink in the movie), she appeared the classic A Hard Day's Night, Carry On Girls, No Sex Please We're British and many others, frequently sending up her own glamourpuss image. She also appeared in five Spike Milligan Q series and on Steptoe & Son, The Likely Lads, Morecambe & Wise and The Sweeney. She became deeply involved in political theatre and more recently created visual art; deconstructed her own glamour modelling in a series of photomontages. I got to work with her last year as she plays a small role in Last Night In Soho. She was so funny, sharp and full of the most amazing stories. I’m so glad I go to know her. My heart goes out to her family and all that loved her. She will be much missed x
Wright on her death: Margaret Nolan died at age 76.
Director Edgar Wright, who was very close to the late actress, spoke about her via twitter. He was the first one to open up about the death of Margaret Nolan. He spoke about how she was the iconic bond girl. Also, how she used to rock the industry on the ’60s and ’70s. Her son Oscar Deeks opened up about his mother’s tragic death on October 5, but Director wright was the first one to give the news to all the fans out there.
His post was not only very touchy, but it showcased how happy he was to know her in person and to be able to spend all that amazing time with the late actress. Talking about their memories, he said that Nolan was very much interested inside the political theatre and visual art. The actress left her amazing remark on the industry and on every fan’s heart who will always be remembering her for sure.
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