Gloria Hendry (born March 3, 1949) is an actress. She was born in Winter Haven, Florida, and raised in Newark, New Jersey. She became a Playboy Bunny and sometime star of Blaxploitation movies during the early 1970s, including a role as the wife of film gangster Tommy Gibbs in the 1973 movies Black Caesar and its sequel Hell Up in Harlem.
She is most well known for the part as Bond girl Rosie Carver in the movie Live and Let Die. She became the first African-American Bond girl and in South Africa love scenes between her and Roger Moore were cut because of Apartheid.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
Gloria Hendry Facts
|Birthday||March 3, 1949 (67)|
|Birthplace||Winter Haven, Florida, USA|
|Live and Let Die|
|Hell Up in Harlem|
|Across 110th Street|
|Black Belt Jones|
|Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings|
|The Best of Soul Cinema|