Jessica Dublin was born on April 5, 1942 in Newport, Isle of Wright, England. She has gone on to appear in over 35 films and TV. Jessica performed abroad for thirty years and had the opportunity to work with prominent directors in Rome and Athens, including Federico Fellini in “Fellin Satyricon”, Luchino Visconti in “The Damned” (both 1969) and with Theodore Angelopolous in “The Hunters” (1977). Her roles varied from Hecuba in “The Trojan Women” (1971) to Ma in “Trinity is STILL My Name” with Terence Hill and Bud Spencer to a Madam with Joe Namath in “The Last Rebel (both 1971). Today Dublin has mainly turned to stage work. Today we celebrate Jessica Dublin’s 70th birthday.