Michaela Clavell

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Michaela Clavell
Born Michaela Clavell
London, United Kingdom
Nationality British

Michaela Clavell is a British actress. She is the daughter of April Stride and author James Clavell. She is also the half-sister of Petra Brando-Corval, her father's daughter from a different relationship who was adopted by actor Marlon Brando.[1]

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Michaela Clavell was an actress under the name Michaela Ross. She portrayed Penelope Smallbone in the James Bond film Octopussy.

Clavell also went on to play the role of "Teacher" in the 1982 television adaptation of her father's short story, "The Children's Story".

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