Gorgeous French brunette Dominique Boschero began acting in 1956 with a bit part in Mitsou, a film based on the 1919 novella of the same name by Collette. Between 1956 and 1976 Dominique appeared in more than sixty films, most of them giallos like All the Colors of the Dark (1972) and The Lady Has Been - (1973) or spaghetti westerns like Train for Durango (1968) and Between God, the Devil and a Winchester (1968). She also had a modeling career, appearing on the cover of European magazines like Quick, Parade, and Tempo in the ’60s. In 1986 she returned to acting with a role on the Italian TV show Passioni. Check out the 1972 giallo Who Saw Her Die? to see her danglers, duff, and downy thatch.