Frequently billed as Margie Newton, she also received.
In addition to her acting work, Newton also in the Italian and between 1984 and 1987.
However, while Newton withdrew from acting for her little girl, she certainly did not withdraw from the Arts entirely.
Its saving grace, however, was its star, Margit Evelyn Newton, who made her character Lia a bright spot in a dark film.
Newton gives one of her best performances here as the wounded, deceptive huntress who cries real tears in her private moments, but puts on a range of emotions to entrap and punish each villain in turn.
She is playful and friendly in her conversations and is surprisingly much more open about her past, present and future than I would have expected from an actress who withdrew from the public eye so entirely.
Devoting herself only to acting took time and for the first four years divided her time between work in movies and in both fashion shows and advertisements.
If you are still unfamiliar with the name, take a look at some of her films.