35 Fabulous Photos of Barbara Bach in the 1970s

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Born 1946 in Queens, New York City, American actress and model Barbara Bach was one of the most sought-after faces of the 1960s, working with the Eileen Ford Agency in New York, appearing on catalogs and the front covers of several international fashion magazines such as Seventeen, vogue USA, SHE France, Gioia Italy, and figurine Brazil.

Her acting career started in Italy, where Bach played Nausicaa in Odissea in 1968, an eight-hour long TV adaptation of Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey directed by Franco Rossi and produced by Dino de Laurentiis.

Bach is best known for her role as the Bond girl Anya Amasova in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). She has 28 films to her credit, and was featured in a pictorial in Playboy in January 1981. She also had a cameo in a September 1987 special issue on the Bond girls.


Bach married British musician Ringo Starr, formerly of The Beatles, in 1981. The two met in 1980, on the set of the film Caveman (nineteen eighty one). According to the International Vegetarian Union, they practice vegetarianism.

Take a look at these vintage photos to see portrait of young Barbara Bach in the 1970s.

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