Sir Michael and Lady Caine
23 February 1947
|Other names||Lady Micklewhite|
|Occupation||Former model and actress|
|Spouse(s)||Michael Caine (m. 1973)|
|Awards||Miss Guyana title|
While working as a secretary, she was urged by her employer to enter the Miss Guyana contest, which she won. At the age of 19, she came in third in the 1967 Miss World contest held in London, where she stayed to launch a career in modelling.
After seeing Baksh in a television advertisement for Maxwell House coffee, Michael Caine became obsessed with finding the woman he considered to be "the most beautiful... he had ever seen." The couple were married in Las Vegas on 8 January 1973, and have one daughter, Natasha.
Baksh appeared in several films, including Some Girls Do (1969), Carry On Again Doctor (1969), Toomorrow (1970), Son of Dracula (1974) and, with her husband, John Huston's The Man Who Would Be King (1975). She also appeared in two episodes of the science fiction TV series UFO.
- IMDb Biography
- "Important Dates in the Life of Sir Michael Caine". michaelcaine.com. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
- Webber 2005, p. 34
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