Lana Wood is an American actress and film producer. She played the role of Sandy Webber in the television series Peyton Place and Plenty O'Toole in James Bond Diamonds Are Forever. Her sister is a movie star Natalie Wood.
|Born||Svetlana Gurdin, March 1, 1946, Santa Monica, California, U.S.|
|Partner(s)||Alan Feinstein (1980s)|
|Relatives||Natalie Wood (sister), Natasha Gregson Wagner (niece)|
Soap star turned Bond girl who starred in the 1971 film Diamonds Are Forever and appeared in The Searchers. Her Hollywood career skyroketed with her performances in Miracle on 34th Street and Rebel Without a Cause.
When she was nine, she got her first role with John Wayne in The Searchers.
She became recognized as a Playboy model, a Bond girl, and a soap star, but she was also known as the younger sister of a famous actress who had a public death.
She divorced Richard Smedley in 1975. Her daughters are Natasha Gregson and Courtney Wagner.
She is the sister of Natalie Wood.
Russian Orthodox Christians in the United States. The actresses are from Santa Monica, California. California Television Producers. California filmmakers. American Film Producers