German-born Monika Ringwald began her career as a nude model in British magazines such as "Health and Efficiency" and the infamous "Witchcraft", amongst others. This led to numerous acting parts, mostly tiny roles in many British sexploitation movies. Her only lead role was in The Sexplorer (1975), a little-known film that deserves a cult following (it's apparently a favorite of Quentin Tarantino). She also appeared uncredited in the horror movie Evil Heritage (1976), although most of her scenes were missing from the original UK cinema and video versions. Read more... Benny Hill Show (1969). She retired from acting in 1978.