Uta Erickson was one of the most popular actresses in New York City-based sexploitation of the mid to late-60s. She is most familiar from the films of Michael and Roberta Findlay, including The Kiss Of Her Flesh, A Thousand Pleasures, Mnasidika, The Curse Of Her Flesh, and The Ultimate Degenerate. Erickson was also a favorite of directors Doris Wishman (Love Toy), John Amero (Bacchanale), Barry Mahon (Sex Killer), and Joe Sarno. Sarno and his wife Peggy Steffans recall Erickson was of Norwegian descent, and they gave her the best roles of her career in Marcy and Passion In Hot Hollows. Read more... is now is a mystery, but she left behind a slew of memorable appearances in low-budget exploitation films and was a much more talented and strikingly beautiful presence than many of her contemporaries.