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She first came to attention of the worldwide audience in 1986 when she was cast opposite Oliver Reed as Lucy Irvine in Nicholas Roeg's Castaway. She followed this up with roles in two Ken Russell films Lair of the White Worm,based on a Bram Stoker novel, and The Rainbow, based on a D.H. Lawrence novel. She has constantly worked in film since, and has appeared in several television roles, most notably two seasons of L.A. Law.
- "I'm an atheist, so it was actually a joy. Spitting on Christ was a great deal of fun. I can't embrace a male god who has persecuted female sexuality throughout the ages. And that persecution still goes on today all over the world."
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