Ursula Andress was born on March 19, 1936 in Ostermundigen, Bern, Switzerland and has four sisters. Her mother was Swiss and her father a German diplomat who disappeared during World War II. Ursula’s first film was “An American in Rome” (1954). In 1957 she married actor director John Derek [1926-1998] and they remained married until 1966. Ursula became one of the biggest sex symbols of the ‘60s she appeared in such films as “Fun in Acapulco” with Elvis, “4 For Texas” with Frank Sinatra and won a Golden Globe award for her performance in 1964 for new star of the year in Bond film “Dr. No”. In 1965 she posed for Playboy. She continued to appear in films until her last appearance in 2005's “The Bird Preachers”. Ursula is the mother of actor Dimitri Hamlin [1980- ]. Andress appeared in only one Euro-western “Red Sun” (1971) with Charles Bornson and Toshiro Mifune. Today we celebrate Ursula Andress’ 75th birthday.