August 27, 1947
Queens, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Actress & Model|
|Spouse(s)||Augusto Gregorini (1968-1978)(divorced) 2 children
Ringo Starr (1981-present)
|Children||Francesca Gregorini (born 1968)
Gianni (born 1972)
Barbara Bach (born Barbara Goldbach; August 27, 1947) is an American actress and model known as the Bond girl Anya Amasova from the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). She subsequently starred in Force 10 from Navarone (1978) with Robert Shaw and Harrison Ford. She is married to former Beatle Ringo Starr.
Early life 
Bach was born in Rosedale, Queens, and grew up in Jackson Heights, the daughter of Marjorie and Howard I. Goldbach (1922–2001), a policeman. Her mother is Irish Catholic, while her father was German-Austrian Jewish and her paternal grandmother Romanian. She attended a Catholic high school, Dominican Commercial, in Jamaica, Queens. Bach left school at age 16 to become a model. She is not related to Catherine Bach, whose birth name is Bachman.
In 1977, her role as the Russian spy Anya Amasova in The Spy Who Loved Me gained her recognition as an international sex symbol. Bach remarked after the film that Bond is "a chauvinist pig who uses girls to shield him against bullets." The following year she appeared in the movie Force 10 from Navarone. She lost a role to actress Shelley Hack when she auditioned for the television series Charlie's Angels. Bach has 28 films to her credit. She has not worked as an actress since the mid-1980s. She appeared in Playboy several times, from 1977 to 1981, in 1985, and in 2008.
Personal life 
Bach met Italian businessman Augusto Gregorini on a flight to Rome in 1966. They were married in 1968 and moved to Italy where they had a daughter, singer-songwriter Francesca Gregorini (born August 7, 1968) and a son Gianni (born in 1972). In 1975, Bach separated from Gregorini and moved back to the United States with her two children.
Bach met Ringo Starr on the set of the film Caveman in February 1980, and they were married on April 27, 1981, a few weeks after the film's release. In recent years, Bach has accompanied Starr on his tours and has appeared in some of his music videos, playing on some of his songs. They live in the English village of Cranleigh.
Bach holds a master's degree (UCLA, 1993) in psychology. She started the Self Help Addiction Recovery Program (S.H.A.R.P.) with the help of George Harrison, Eric Clapton and Pattie Boyd, the former wife of both Harrison and Clapton. Bach and Starr created The Lotus Foundation, a charity with many sub-charities.
|1968||L'Odissea (a.k.a. The Adventures of Ulysses)||Nausicaa|
|1971||Mio padre Monsignore||Chiara|
|La Tarantola dal ventre nero (a.k.a. Black Belly of the Tarantula)||Jenny|
|La Corta notte delle bambole di vetro (a.k.a. Paralyzed / Short Night of Glass Dolls)||Mira Svoboda|
|Un peu de soleil dans l'eau froide (a.k.a. A Few Hours of Sunlight / A Little Sun in Cold Water)||Héloïse/Elvire|
|1972||I Predatori si muovono all'alba||Helen|
|1973||Paolo il caldo (a.k.a. The Sensual Man / The Sensuous Sicilian)|
|Il Maschio ruspante||Rema|
|L' Ultima chance (a.k.a. Last Chance / Motel of Fear)||Emily|
|1974||Il Cittadino si ribella (a.k.a. Street Law / The Citizen Rebels)||Barbara|
|1975||Il Lupo dei mari (a.k.a. Legend of the Sea Wolf / Larsen, Wolf of the Seven Seas)||Maud Brewster|
|1977||Ecco noi per esempio||Ludovica|
|The Spy Who Loved Me||Anya Amasova|
|1978||Force 10 from Navarone||Maritza Petrovich|
|1979||L' Isola degli uomini pesce (a.k.a. Island of the Fishmen / Screamers)||Amanda Marvin|
|L' Umanoide (a.k.a. The Humanoid)||Lady Agatha|
|Jaguar Lives||Anna Thompson|
|Il Fiume del grande caimano (a.k.a. Alligators / The Big Alligator River / The Great Alligator)||Alice Brandt|
|1980||Up the Academy||Bliss|
|The Unseen||Jennifer Fast|
|1983||Princess Daisy||Vanessa Valerian|
|1984||Give My Regards to Broad Street||Journalist|
|1986||To the North of Katmandu|
- Carlos N. (June 17, 2003). "Biography of Barbara Bach". barbara-bach.com. Retrieved 2006-11-24. "Biography has been written from information compiled by press interviews, books, newspaper articles and biographies."
- Bach, Barbara (April 18, 1984). How Ringo has changed me. Weekend Magazine. Accessed 2006-12-13.
- Jarvis, Jeff (July 18, 1983). "Bond's Beauties". People, Vol. 20, No. 3. Accessed 2009-05-05.
- Rayl, Salley (February 23, 1981). "Ringo's Star". People, Vol. 15, No. 7. Accessed 2009-05-05.
- Harry (2004) p135