35 Fabulous Photos of Venetia Stevenson in the 1950s and ’60s

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Born 1938 in London, England, English actress Venetia Stevenson, once called “the most photogenic girl in the world”, played Peggy McTavish in the film Darby’s Rangers (1958), a Warner Bros. release in which she was paired with Peter Brown. She is one of the women pursued by actors cast as members of an American unit of the same name during World War II.

Stevenson appeared in the Western drama Day of the Outlaw (1959), starring Robert Ryan and Tina Louise. She also had a primary role in the film version of the Studs Lonigan trilogy by James T. Farrell, brought to the screen in December 1960.
Among the other motion pictures in which she appears are Island of Lost Women (1959), Jet Over the Atlantic (1959), The Big Night (1960), Seven Ways from Sundown (1960), The City of the Dead (or Horror Hotel, 1960), and The Sergeant Was a Lady (1961).
Stevenson appeared on television in episodes of Cheyenne (1957), Colt .45 (1958), 77 Sunset Strip (1958), The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet (1958), Lawman (1958), The Millionaire (1959), The Third Man (1959), and Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1960) alongside Burt Reynolds and Harry Dean Stanton.
Stevenson died in 2022, at a health care facility in Atlanta from Parkinson’s disease, aged 84. Take a look at these fabulous photos to see the beauty of young Venetia Stevenson in the 1950s and 1960s.

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