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Birthplace: Hastings, NZ

Date of Birth: 07/31/40

Real Name: Louise Elisabeth Pajo

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Born in New Zealand, Louise Pajo made her career in the UK, then in Australia. Her girl-next-door model looks and lean frame led to success mostly on television, but in several films as well. After graduating from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, she began appearing on popular ‘60s British TV shows like Love Story, The Revenue Men, Public Eye, The Tyrant King, and The Avengers. One of her most-lasting impressions was playing the recurring character Gia Kelly on Doctor Who, in “The Seeds of Death” series of episodes in 1969. That led to her role as Mary Lugram in the TV movie Jane Eyre (1970) with George C. Scott, and her feature-film premiere as Shirley in Sex and the Other Woman (1972). It’s in this comedy flick, with a tagline of “A Potpourri of Seduction and Adultery!” where Louise gives us every inch of her fabulous figure, offering up full-frontal views of her ‘70s bush and bouncing breasts. Louise made her way to back to New Zealand to star as Amy in the New Zealand and Australian TV series Moynihan from 1976-1977, took on the role of Christine in the NZ mini-series The Governor (1977), then went all the way into Australian territory for her part as Carol McKenna in the popular series Cop Shop from 1977-1978. She stayed in Australia for the remainder of her acting career, starring in both TV series and movies. She was Helen Masters in Prisoner in 1979, Margery Carson in 184 episodes of Carson’s Law from 1983-1984, Maureen Redmond in The Flying Doctors from 1988-1989, Gwen Bannister in A Country Practice in 1993, and Mrs. Mitchell in Big Sky in 1999. American audiences might remember her from the Australian film Tim (1979), starring Piper Laurie and Mel Gibson. After a long and successful career, and a lovely retirement, Louise died in November 2020 at the age of 80.