Nolan died on October 5, one of her children confirmed to Variety.

Director Edgar Wright, who cast her in 2019 in “Last Night in Soho,” paid tribute to her on Sunday night in a message posted on Twitter, in which she stressed that she represented “everything that was cool in the 1960s. “.

Margaret Nolan was born on October 29, 1943, in Somerset, England, and grew up in London. She began her modeling career under the name Vicky Kennedy in the early 1960s, then returned to her name once she started acting in movies.

She appeared in the film “A Hard Day’s Night” (1964), then was Dink, Bond’s masseuse, in the same year, in “Goldfinger”, being chosen as the image of the feature film with Sean Connery in the lead role. She turned down the opportunity to travel the world for two years as a “Goldfinger” model to pursue a career in acting.

In 1965, Nolan starred in Gerry and the Pacemakers’ “Ferry Cross the Mersey,” and Marcel Carné’s “Three Rooms in Manhattan.” She also acted in a play with Tom Kempinski, who was her husband. In the same year, Nolan was chosen for the role of Miss Jones in the “Carry On” movie series.

In the mid-1980s, she took a break from acting, returning only in 2011 as Dame Margaret in “The Power of Three” by Yvonne Deutchman.

He moved to Spain to dedicate himself to permaculture and turned his attention to photo editing, having exhibitions in several London galleries.

Margaret Nolan had two children – Oscar Deeks, director of photography, and Luke O’Sullivan.