Eva Renzi

  1. Inger Stevens, House of Cards, 1967.    How, she said, to kill a career… Germany’s Julie Christie – from Playgirl, 1966, the German Darling – quit her Hollywood debut (opposite George Peppard, Orson Welles) when her actor-husband Paul Hubschmid told her: “This is shit! If you do this I will divorce from you!”  She continued: “Since I loved him, I believed him. I allowed him to influence me against my own good. I was dumb, styupid, innocent… the studio was very annoyed – $50,000 worth of costumes had been made for me.” Instead, she made Dario Argento’s 1969 horror,  L’uccello dalle piume di cristallo (The Bird with the Crystal Plumage) and  “destroyed my career.”
  2. Karin Dor, You Only Live Twice, 1967.

 Birth year: 1944Death year: 2005Other name: Casting Calls:  2