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The star of the Goldfinger and A Hard Day’s Night, Margaret Nalon passes away at the age of 76.

One of the famous actresses and models of all the time Margaret A. Nalon left us last week. For a brief period around the 1960s, people knew her as Vicky Kennedy. Nalon is best known for her part in the movies Goldfinger and A Hard Day’s Night. She was a devoted artist, and her fans supported her wholeheartedly. Her demise was something we did not want to see, but 2020 is becoming crueller and crueller.

Early Life and Career, Margaret Nalon:

Nalon had an English mother and an Irish father and she born on 29 October 1943 at Norton Radstock, Somerset, England. She matured in Hampstead, London and later in 1967 tied the knot with Tom Kempinski, who was an English Playwright. From this marriage, she got two sons but divorced in 1972.

She started as a model and was known as Vicky Kennedy in her early phase as soon as she began to do roles in films and television series. She reclaimed her original name. She is best known for her roles in A Hard Day’s Night by the Beatles, Ferry Cross the Mersey by Gerry and the Pacemakers, Three Rooms in Manhattan by Marcel Carné. She broke her boundaries in the James Bond film of 1964, Goldfinger with the role of Bond’s masseuse, named Dink. Nalon was also a visual artist, and she often published assembled photo-montages and cut-outs from her previous shoots.

Works, Margaret Nalon:

She was a very gifted and popular actress who owned her every character. Some of her works are listed below:

  • Short Films: She is known to work in three short films namely One Track Mind in 1962, The Four Poster in 1964 and It’s a Bare, Bare World! in 1964.
  • Television Series: In the 1960s she worked in The Saints (1963), Buddenbrooks (1965), The Park Lane (1965), Danger Man (1965), The Bed-Sit Girl (1966), The Newcomers (1966) and many more. As for in the 1970s, we saw her in The Adventures of Don Quick (1970), The Persuaders (1971), Steptoe and Son (1972), Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? (1973), Late Night Drama (1974), The Sweeney (1975), I didn’t know you cared (1976) and others too. All these marks as her glorious time on the television screen.
  • Films: She showed the world that she was worth of every role she ever played. Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? (1969),The Best House in London (1969), Tomorrow(1970), Carry On Girls (1973) are some of her major projects. We mentioned her well known, and most acknowledged works above.

Demise News, Margaret Nalon:

On 5th October 2020, with the age of 76, Margaret Nalon died. Luke O’Sullivan and Oscar Deeks (her sons) survive Nalon. One of her recent collaborators and friend Edger Wright announced the death of the beautiful lady. He posted a hear felt tweet in the memory of Nalon. Wright describes her as a smart and funny person who had all kinds of exciting stories to share. In his tweet, he wrote that in the 1960s, she was somewhat in the middle of a Venn diagram of poise. We hope she rests in peace, and everyone will surely miss her. Stay tuned for more such updates and give a read to my other article about Attack on Titans.