Ingrid Pitt (21 November 1937 – 23 November 2010) was a Polish-British actress best known for her work in horror films of the 1960s and 1970s. Wikipedia
Age: 73 (age at death)
Born: 21st November, 1937, Czestochowa, Poland
Died: 24th November, 2010, London, England, UK
Height: 5' 4" (163 cm)
Claim to Fame: Mircalla Karnstein of Vampire Lovers
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It`s great meeting the fans. They say I`m more beautiful now than I was 25 years ago. All lies of course, but sweet. Where else is an old bag like me going to find strapping young men and women to whisper sweet nothings in her ear?
Next month sees the rebirth of one of British cinema’s most famous exports, Hammer Horror. The legendary studio, which hasn’t produced a movie for 30 years, has joined forces with MySpace to create a groundbreaking web event. The studio’s new movie Beyond The Rave will be premiered on the popular social network in a series of 20 ‘webisodes’ that collectively make a 90 minute movie, which will be released on DVD in June. The film, which stars Jamie Dornan, Sadie Frost and Hammer scream queen Ingrid Pitt, will be chock full of songs by the likes... Read More
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Pitt writes regular columns for various magazines and periodicals, including Shivers magazine, TV & Film Memorabilia and Motoring and Leisure. She also writes a regular column, often about politics, on her official website, as well as a weekly column at UK website Den of Geek.
Pitt also narrates on the 1998 Cradle of Filth album entitled Cruelty and the Beast, though her narration was done strictly in-character as Countess Elizabeth Bathory, whom she had portrayed in Countess Dracula.