Famous as a Playboy centerfold of the 1950s and '60s, she is also notable for her starring roles in a number of low-budget films of the '60s, '70s, and '80s, including The Candidate (as Angela Wallace); The Florida Connection (as Britt Claiborne); and Texas Godfather (as Audrey).
She began her career as a model and entertainer at London's Windmill Theatre and went on to appear in her first issue of Playboy in 1958.
She was cast in a small role in the 1962 John Cassavetes feature Too Late Blues.
She moved from her native England to the United States and raised a daughter named Brahna. Her marriage to Oakland Raiders and Houston Oilers quarterback Dan Pastorini began in 1973 and ended in divorce a decade later.
She appeared with Donald Pleasence in the 1980s comedy feature Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie.