Fiona Lewis debuted in Tell Me Whom to Kill (1965) and sealed her fate as a scream queen. She went on to appear in Dr. Phibes Rides Again (1972), Dracula (1973) (where she played the luckless Lucy), and The Fury (1978). It was with The Who's lead throat Roger Daltrey in Lisztomania (1975) that Fiona first showed her hooters. Though mostly topless, there was a fleeting glimpse at her lower frontal goodies, proving that Fiona was game for skin. She followed that film with another bawdy turn, this time in the blaxploitation picture about life on the plantation, Drum (1976). This film featured her, as well as every other female in the cast, topless at least once.