Anne Lonnberg

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Anne Lonnberg
Born (1948-02-17) 17 February 1948 (age 76)
Berkeley, California, United States
Occupation(s)actress, singer
Years active1965–1988

Anne Lonnberg (born 17 February 1948) is an American actress and singer of Swedish descent.

Life and career[edit]

Lonnberg was born in Berkeley, California to a Swedish father. She began her acting career in 1965, starring mostly in Greek films. She has appeared throughout her career in a number of American and French films and television series, but only supporting roles. Lonnberg is best remembered for playing the museum guide and one of Drax's girls in the James Bond film Moonraker (1979).[1][2] Her last role was in the film The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988), in which she played a Swiss photographer. She has not starred in any other films or series since.

Lonnberg has also made a singing career at the time she started acting, and released a few albums and songs[vague] where she sings in French and English.

Lonnberg is fluent in both English and French, and has lived in France for several years. She is the author of novels with the name Anne de Pasquale.



  • 1969: Anne Lonnberg Lp - Label Riviera


  1. ^ BÉGUIN, Monique (2017-05-24). "Roger Moore. Anne de Pasquale, la James Bond girl, se souvient". (in French). Retrieved 2024-02-10.
  2. ^ Love, From Sweden with. "A Celebration of American-Swedish Bond girl Anne Lonnberg". Retrieved 2024-02-10.

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