Veronica Carlson interviewed in 2013 for Count Gore De Vol
|Born||Veronica Mary Glazer
18 September 1944
|Occupation||Actress, model, painter|
Born as Veronica Mary Glazer, Veronica Carlson spent most of her childhood in Germany where her father was stationed. She attended the Thetford Girls' School and later, High Wycombe College of Art and Technology, where she studied art and participated in college amateur productions. In her mid-twenties, Veronica played a few minor parts in films and television programmes.
James Carreras, the boss of Hammer Films, saw one of her photographs in a newspaper and offered her a role opposite Christopher Lee in Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968). She went on to star in two further Hammer Horror films, Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969) and The Horror of Frankenstein (1970). She also appeared in the Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) episode "The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo" in 1969 and an episode of The Saint ("The Man who Gambled with Life") with Roger Moore and also an episode of Department S ("The Double Death of Charlie Crippen"). Carlson was one of the 4 main characters in the TV thriller series, Spyder's Web (1972), along with Anthony Ainley, Roger Lloyd-Pack, and Patricia Cutts.
Veronica Carlson went into semi-retirement after marrying and moving to the United States. She now lives in South Carolina with her husband and three children and is a professional painter.
- Smashing Time (1967)
- Hammerhead (1968)
- Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1968)
- The Best House in London (1969)
- Crossplot (1969)
- Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
- The Horror of Frankenstein (1970)
- Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (1970)
- Vampira (1974)
- The Ghoul (1975)
- Veronica Carlson at the Internet Movie Database
- Veronica Carlson at HorrorStars
- 2001 Carlson interview at Rusty Whites Film World
- Veronica Carlson interview at Classic Film & TV Cafe
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