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Exclusive interview with Bond girl Anne Lönnberg

By: Anders Frejdh
Anne lonnberg moonraker interview
From Sweden with Love (Anders Frejdh), with help from Enlil Albanna of Cinewebradio in France, caught up with the gorgeous Swedish-American actress, singer and author Anne Lönnberg to talk about her career, and in particular her work on Moonraker (1979) (1979).

>Read our interview with Anne Lönnberg here

About Anne Lönnberg:
Anne Lonnberg was born in California, USA to a Swedish father in 1949. She began acting in the 1960's, mostly in Greek films. She has had supporting roles in a number of American and French films and television series.

Lonnberg is best remembered for playing the museum guide and one of Hugo Drax' (played by Michael Lonsdale) girls in Eon Productions' eleventh James Bond film adventure, Moonraker (1979). Her last film role was in The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988).

Lonnberg also had a short singing career during the 1970's. She had one LP released, Same (Riviera, 1970), and two SP's, L'enfant Qui Lui Ressemble (Polydor, 1976) and Le Silence Après Le Cri (Polydor, 1977).

In February 2012, her second novel (Les Couleurs de la Peur) was published. The first one, Dites-moi Qu'elle Est Vivante, was published in November 2010.

Unfortunately, Lonnberg never picked up Swedish from her father, but she is fluent in both English and French.

Editor's note:
For other posts covering Anne Lonnberg featured on From Sweden with Love, click here.

For more photos from Anne's Moonraker days, click here.

Photo above:
Anne Lönnberg as the museum guide in Venice on the set of Moonraker. Photo by Patrick Morin. © 1979 Danjaq, LLC and United Artists Corporation. All rights reserved.

Read more about Moonraker and watch the trailer on MGM's official website.



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