Fiona Gaunt

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Fiona Gaunt
Born Fiona Elizabeth Keet-Gaunt
(1951-05-14) May 14, 1951 (age 63)
England London, England

Fiona Gaunt (née Fiona Elizabeth Keet-Gaunt; born May 25, 1951, London) is an English actress, and the mother of child actress Genevieve Gaunt.

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Personal life[edit]

At the age of eighteen, she moved to the Netherlands. In 1985, she met Dutch actor Frederik de Groot. Their daughter, Genevieve, was born in 1991.

Career[edit]

Fiona Gaunt played opposite Anthony Hopkins as Helene Kuragin, wife of Pierre Bezukhov in the BBC's 1972 production of War and Peace. She starred as Helen Smith in the 1973 British science fiction television programme Moonbase 3.

Gaunt appeared in a 1973 episode of the comedy series Sykes as a flirty upper class girl who tricked Eric Sykes' character into an engagement, which was scuppered by her father player by Ballard Berkeley. She also starred as Grace Lovell in the 1978 TV adaptation of A Horseman Riding By.

Filmography[edit]

Year Format Title Role
1973 TV Shows Moonbase 3 Dr. Helen Smith

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