has also been named the sex symbol of the 1960s-1970s by none other than
Alexandra Bastedo. She was born on March 9, 1946 in Hove, England. Her mom was
of French, German and Italian descent, while her Canadian father was
Spanish, Dutch, Scottish and Native American descent.
She attended Brighton and Hove High School and Brighton Drama School. it
made her film debut as one of the main characters in the film by William Castle.
Inadequately Got 13 Scared Girls (1963).
Bastedo was spotted on the European mainland, giving her the nickname ‘La
Bastedo ‘ … Despite the fact that viewers of the 1960s television channel recognized her, she was
also known for her multilingual ability, communicates in Italian,
Spanish, French and German.
This ability led her to consider 10 Downing Street to help
with interpretations and entrusted her with the job of Miss World co-omerator.
rivalry with Peter Marshall in the 1980s. Bastedo was vegan and
creator of Alexandra Bastedo Champions (ABC) Animal Sanctuary.
At a meeting for the BBC channel. Where are they now? She briefly
look into her personal life. She used to be the leader of her closest RSPCA.
branch but gave up in 2008 to devote more opportunities
her booming animal shelter at her home in West Chiltington, West
In 1980, Alexandra married Patrick Garland, chief, a publicist working on the screen.
character in Chichester Cathedral; he turned into a longtime leader
Chichester Festival Theater … She compiled the magazine ‘Beware of the Dobermans’
Donkeys and ducks are like several books on cats and dogs.
Her significant other passed away on April 19, 2013.
She died on January 12, 2014 at the age of 67 from cancer in a polyclinic.
in Worthing, England. She was covered next to her significant other, Patrick.
Garland at St Mary’s Church, Sullington, West Sussex.