Photos with Audrey Campbell
BiographyCincinnati, Ohio, USA
Stunningly classy and lovely brunette beauty Audrey Campbell was born on August 5, 1929 in Cincinnati, Ohio to a German mother and Scot/Irish father. Following graduation from high school Campbell started modeling and left home at age twenty to marry a drummer. She sang in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas with the Music Drama Guild and edited the newsletter "Operations English," which was devoted to English language opera. Audrey was then featured in a late 1940's live television program broadcast from Cincinnati's WKRC network called "The Girl in the Window. Read more... "theater in Cincinnati. Campbell moved to New York City in 1961, where she initially did press representation work for both Broadway productions and the New York City Opera. Audrey made her film debut as an 18 year old Roman princess Poetrix in the Joe Sarno movie "Lash of Lust." Campbell achieved her greatest enduring cult cinema popularity with her formidable portrayal of the wicked and sadistic villainess Madame Olga in the brutal and shocking roughie exploitation features "White Slaves of Chinatown," "Olga's Girls," and "Olga's House of Shame." Audrey was excellent as frustrated housewife Geraldine Lewis in Sarno's terrific soft-core gem "Sin in the Suburbs" and memorably sexy as a fetching cave woman in the lowbrow comedy "50,000 B.C. (Before Clothing)." Her last picture was the soft-core soap opera "A Woman in Love." Moreover, Campbell had a semi-recurring part on the popular Gothic horror soap opera "Dark Shadows." In addition, Audrey acted in TV commercials, worked as a model (she appears along with Peter Sellers in a pictorial for a 1964 issue of "Playboy" magazine), and had regular roles on the daytime soap operas "As the World Turns," "Ryan's Hope," and "The Guiding Light." She also did various trade shows. Movie critic Andrew Sarris mentioned Campbell as one of his top three fantasy women in an article for "American Film" magazine. Audrey Campbell died at age 76 from kidney and respiratory ailments on June 8, 2006 in New York City.