Lesley-Anne lives in Malibu, surrounded by a vast collection of Victorian children's books she's been accumulating since age 15. And she still has room for her third husband, cinematographer Don FauntLeRoy, their son (George-Edward), and two daughters (Season and Juliana) from his previous marriage. She has another son (Jack) from her marriage to film director William Friedkin of "The Exorcist" fame. Before that, she lived for 10 years with Bruce Robinson, who wrote and directed the cult film "Withnail & I." Lesley-Anne is passionate about Indian food, cooking, and country music, although Bob Dylan's "Visions of Johanna" is her all-time favorite song.
She started modeling when she was 10 and was voted England's Most Beautiful Teenager at 15. Her acting career took off when she appeared in the '70s U.K. TV series "Upstairs, Downstairs," which aired on PBS in America.
You might remember her in the films "The Pink Panther Strikes Again" and "Hanover Street" with Harrison Ford, or the TV miniseries "North and South." She also showed up in "Dallas," "Sunset Beach," and "Days of Our Lives," before joining the cast of "The Bold and the Beautiful" as seductive businesswoman Jacqueline Payne Marone in 2003.
You can hear Lesley-Anne's voice on former "General Hospital" star Rick Springfield's remake of 10cc's '70s pop hit "I'm Not in Love." It's on his "The Day After Yesterday" CD (2005).