Fiona Fullerton Biography
Fiona Fullerton is a woman of many talents, with a successful career in acting, singing, and property investing. She was born in Kaduna, Nigeria in 1956, but spent most of her childhood in Surrey, England.
As a young girl, she dreamed of becoming a ballet dancer and enrolled at the Elmhurst Ballet School at the age of 11.
It wasn’t long before Fullerton’s talent caught the eye of movie producers, and she was offered a role in the film Run Wild, Run Free in 1969. This was the beginning of a successful career in film, with Fiona Fullerton going on to star in movies such as Nicholas and Alexandra and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Fiona Fullerton also had a successful career in television, appearing in shows such as Angels, The Charmer, and To Be the Best. In 1982, she took to the stage in the West End production of Camelot, where she played the role of Guinevere alongside Richard Harris.
One of Fullerton’s most iconic roles was in the James Bond movie A View to a Kill, where she played Bond’s old flame and Soviet agent, Pola Ivanova. Her performance in the film earned her critical acclaim and cemented her status as a Hollywood actress.
In addition to her successful career in the entertainment industry, Fiona Fullerton is also a successful property investor. She runs her own property company, which buys and manages flats in London.
Despite her success in acting, singing, and property investing, Fullerton’s most memorable moment came in 2013, when she was a contestant on the popular BBC show Strictly Come Dancing. Though she was voted out in week 8 of the 13-week run, Fullerton’s performances on the show won the hearts of millions of viewers.
Fiona Fullerton has been married to Neil Shackell since 1994, and the couple has two children together. They currently reside in the Cotswolds.