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Papillon Soo Soo (Bond Girl)

By: Anders Frejdh
Papillon Soo Soo Anders Frejdh
Pan Ho in A VIEW TO A KILL 1985

I was very happy to meet Miss Soo at Autographica in London in October 2008 where she made her world-first-ever-signing-appearance.

I found her to be a very sweet and charming person, actually one of the friendliest people I have ever met! In my eyes, a fantastic human being with a big heart.

About Papillon Soo Soo:
Papillon Soo Soo (also known as Papillon Soo Soo Lam) was born in England in 1961 of French-Chinese parentage. Papillon a former law student, spent her youth in Australia and later cut a rewarding career in modelling, appearing in a high profile capacity in the pages of magazines such as Vogue. She landed her first film role in 1985 in A View to a Kill (1985).

Then, in 1987 she appeared in Stanley Kubrick's classic Full Metal Jacket. She then carried on with her modelling career and later in 1992 made her last film apperance in Split Second starring Rutger Hauer.

For more about Papillon, read an interview.

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in November 2008.



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