Born 1943 in Norton Radstock, Somerset, Margaret Nolan began her career in front of a camera lens as a model. As her glamour modelling career took off, she was briefly known as Vicky Kennedy in the early 1960s.
Nolan reverted to her birth name as soon as acting roles beckoned; appearing in numerous television shows, theatre productions and films. The latter included A Hard Day’s Night with the Beatles, Ferry Cross the Mersey with Gerry and the Pacemakers and Marcel Carné’s Three Rooms in Manhattan.
Today Margaret Nolan is probably best remembered for her role as Dink, Bond’s masseuse, in Goldfinger (1964) and her Carry On films roles.
Nolan was married to English playwright Tom Kempinski in 1967 and divorced in 1972. She has two sons.
Take a look at these glamorous photos to see the beauty of young Margaret Nolan in the 1960s.
Violence erupted at San Francisco’s United Nations Plaza on Saturday as Trump supporters protesting Twitter censorship clashed with activists from Black Lives Matter and Antifa.
The free speech rally was organized by right-wing group Team Save America after Twitter blocked circulation of a New York Post story about Hunter Biden’s emails and locked the Trump campaign account this week.
Hundreds of counter-protesters turned up holding Black Lives Matter signs while others were dressed in black clothing with their faces covered and waving flags for violent left-wing group Antifa. Others wore t-shirts claiming membership of the anti-fascist action group 161 Crew.
The Team Save America event ended up being called off before it even started as violent clashes broke out between the two sides within minutes of people arriving, leaving several in need of medical assistance.