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Ursula Andress was born on 19 March, 1936 in Ostermundigen, Switzerland, is a Swiss actress. Discover Ursula Andress's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 85 years old?

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Occupation actress
Age 85 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 19 March 1936
Birthday 19 March
Birthplace Ostermundigen, Switzerland
Nationality Switzerland

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Ursula Andress Height, Weight & Measurements

At 85 years old, Ursula Andress height is 5′ 5″ .

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Height 5′ 5″
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Who Is Ursula Andress's Husband?

Her husband is John Derek (m. 1957–1966)

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Husband John Derek (m. 1957–1966)
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Children Dimitri Alexander Hamlin

Ursula Andress Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Ursula Andress worth at the age of 85 years old? Ursula Andress’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Switzerland. We have estimated Ursula Andress's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Dr. No (1962)$6,000
Casino Royale (1967)£200,000

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Former boyfriend Nels Van Patten is the brother-in-law of daytime soap star Eileen Davidson, who appears on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (2010) with Lisa Rinna, current wife of Ursula's ex Harry Hamlin.


Celebrated her 70th birthday aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia in the company of an international crowd of celebrities in Edinburgh, Scotland. [May 2006]


Playboy offered Andress $250,000 to do another pictorial celebrating her 60th birthday in 1996, but after careful consideration she turned it down. "I'm happy to cover up now," she said, "and to keep the old photos going." In 1965 she got a mere $15,000 for her first Playboy spread - actually 5 times what the magazine typically paid for pinups back then.


Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#53). [1995]


In 1991, she met a new man when things dwindled with Fagone -- karate master Jeff Speakman. Since the breakup of that relationship, her love life has gone undocumented.


Besides one marriage (to John Derek) and three high-profile cohabitants (Harry Hamlin, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Fabio Testi), Ursula has been romantically linked with American actors Ron Ely, Dennis Hopper, Ryan O'Neal and Nels Van Patten; Austrian actor Helmut Berger; Brazilian soccer player Paulo Roberto Falcão; British actor John Richardson; French actor Daniel Gélin; Italian actors Gerardo Amato, Johnny Dorelli, Marcello Mastroianni and Franco Nero; Greek bodybuilder Mario Natokis; Spanish singer Julio Iglesias; manufacturer Paolo Pazzaglia; automobile designer John DeLorean; hairdresser Claudio Belfiore; real estate developer Stan Herman (second ex-husband of Linda Evans); musician Ricci Martin (son of Dean Martin); photographer Giovanni Alfare; antiquarian Lorenzo Ripoli; Benny Silverstein; former Sicilian regional assembly member Fausto Fagone (who was a 20-year-old economics student when Andress began a five-year relationship with him in 1986); and martial artist Jeff Speakman (her last boyfriend of record, 1991). She's also bearded for homosexuals on occasion, including now-out-of-the-closet French publicist Homero Machry, James Dean, and possibly a select few of the aforesaid. Online sources have perpetuated rumors that Ursula dated Marlon Brando, Peter O'Toole, Russian ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, The Mamas and the Papas band leader John Phillips and fashion designer Oleg Cassini as well, but there was no reporting of this whatsoever during the supposed fact. During the 2000s she attended red carpet events with unidentified escorts.


Dumped by Hamlin in 1983, she started seeing Fausto Fagone, a Sicilian student three decades her junior, in 1986.


This meant turning down a big-budget Mel Brooks film in lieu of Mexico in Flames (1982) (starring old flame Nero).


Occasional television stints on the soap opera Falcon Crest (1981) and critically lauded miniseries Peter the Great (1986) helped maintain her visibility as an actress.


Hamlin encouraged her to have the baby -- a life-changing decision for a woman who up until then refused even the responsibility of pets -- and on May 19, 1980, the international sex symbol gave birth to a boy named Dimitri Hamlin amid much hoopla. After the birth of her son, Andress scaled back her career, which now focused on slight European productions, as she was raising Dimitri in Italy.


Then she took on the sophisticated role of Louise de la Valliere, slinky, conspiratorial mistress of King Louis XIV (Beau Bridges) in The Fifth Musketeer (1979).

In 1979, she began what would be a long-term romance with Harry Hamlin, her handsome young co-star from Clash of the Titans (1981) (in which she was cast, predictably, as "Aphrodite"). While subsequently traveling in India, Andress' belly began to swell out of her clothing, and she felt very nauseous. What at first seemed a severe case of "Delhi Belly" turned out to be pregnancy, her first and only, at age 43.


In Mountain Of The Cannibal God (1978), she was notoriously stripped and slathered in orange paint by a pair of nubiles.


Mentioned along with many other celebrities in Bette Midler's list song, "Samedi et Vendredi", on her 1976 album, "Songs for the New Depression".


She and Fabio Testi were in a relationship twice, first from 1973 to 1975 then again from 1976 to 1977. They're still friends and were photographed together as recently as December 2016.


) The relationship with Belmondo hit a wall in 1972, and she was next attached to her leading man from Stateline Motel (1973), Italian heartthrob Fabio Testi. When that didn't work out, Andress jumped into the dating pool, sporadically involved with a host of Lotharios including (but by no means limited to) Dennis Hopper, Franco Nero, John DeLorean and Ryan O'Neal.


Roles as a prostitute kidnapped by outlaws in Soleil rouge (1971), a stewardess living on the edge in Loaded Gun (1975), and a bombshell nurse hired to titillate a doddering millionaire to death in The Sensuous Nurse (1975) all provided plenty of excuses to throw her clothes to the wind.


Grew up in Ostermundingen, a city in the district of Berne, like TV host Michelle Hunziker and Lauriane Gilliéron, a former Miss Switzerland, who both attended her 70th birthday party.


Was considered for the role of Nova in Planet of the Apes (1968), which went to Linda Harrison.


She was also featured in Casino Royale (1967), a satirical foray into the world of James Bond, and gave a sparkling performance in the T&A-filled crime caper Perfect Friday (1970).


Her younger sister, Kàtey Andress, posed topless for Cavalier magazine in 1966.


In 1965, she was one of several European starlets to co-star in What's New Pussycat (1965) -- a film that perhaps sums up mid-'60s pop culture better than any other -- written by Woody Allen, starring Allen and Peter Sellers, with music by Burt Bacharach, a title song performed by Tom Jones and much on-screen sexual romping.

Andress appeared in many more racy-for-their time movies in both the United States and Europe, including The 10th Victim (1965), in which she wore a famously ballistic bra, and The Blue Max (1966), where she was aptly cast as the sultry, insatiable wife of an aristocratic World War I German general.


As for her personal life, Andress separated from Derek in 1964 and got divorced two years later, after falling in love with French superstar Jean-Paul Belmondo on the Malaysian set of Up to His Ears (1965). (Ron Ely, John Richardson and Marcello Mastroianni kept her company during interim.


Nevertheless, her striking looks and smoldering screen presence made a strong impression on moviegoers, immediately establishing her as one of the most desired women in the world and as an ornament to put alongside some of the most bankable talent of the era, such as Elvis Presley in Fun in Acapulco (1963) and Dean Martin in 4 for Texas (1963).


1962 saw the virtually unknown Swiss beauty back on the set, playing opposite Sean Connery in the first movie version of Ian Fleming's fanciful "James Bond" espionage novels, Dr.

No (1962). Andress' role as bikini-clad Honey Ryder was somewhat brief, and her Swiss/German accent so thick that her entire performance had to be dubbed by a voiceover artist.


In 1957 they eloped in Las Vegas, and the new bride put her acting ambitions on hold for a few years thereafter.


) The stunning young woman found work as an art model in Rome and did walk-ons in three quickie Italian pictures before coming to Hollywood in 1955 and getting nowhere professionally; a four-month fling with rising star James Dean brought her good publicity but not much else. That same year, at 19, she met and had an affair with fading matinée idol John Derek, who left his wife Pati Behrs and two kids for Ursula even though she spoke almost no English at the time.


Born to Rolf Andress, a German diplomat who was temporarily expelled from Switzerland for tax evasion in 1946, and Anna Andress (1912-2008), a landscape gardener turned florist. Ursula and her siblings were brought up by their maternal grandparents.


The quintessential jet-set Euro starlet, Ursula Andress was born in the Swiss canton of Berne on March 19, 1936, one of six children in a strict German Protestant family. Although often seeming icily aloof, a restless streak early demonstrated itself in her personality, and she had an impetuous desire to explore the world outside Switzerland. (For instance, she was tracked down by Interpol for running away from boarding school at 17 years old.