And how well do their films measure up today? Later Works Winning the Golden Globe Jacqueline Bisset was nominated for her first Golden Globe back in 1968 as the Most Promising Female Newcomer for her performance in The Sweet Ride.
She returned to her home country in the United Kingdom to work on the 1974 mystery film Murder on the Orient Express.
She was also involved in romantic relationships with the Moroccan businessman Victor Drai, Russian actor Alexander Godunov who appeared in Die Hard , Swiss actor Vincent Perez, and Turkish martial arts instructor Emin Boztepe — the last two being 18 and 20 years her junior.
Her very first relationship was 14 years long, with a Canadian actor named Michael Sarrazin.
Since then, the busty brunette made the comedy flick The Last Film Festival 2016 wherein she strips down to her slip.
The film was both a commercial and critical success, receiving six Oscar nominations and winning one.
She made her official debut in 1966 in the movie Cul-De-Sac, directed by the legendary director Roman Polanski.
But secondly, the articles also treated explicit sex films side by side with their Hollywood counterparts, thus fueling the idea that the two streams would perhaps eventually merge into one.