Shirley Eaton
Jill Masterson in Goldfinger


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Without doubt, one of the most famous and timeless images of the 1960s is Shirley Eaton painted gold!

Making her film debut in A Day To Remember in 1953, Shirley was then in great demand and starred in films such as Doctor In The House (1954), Doctor At Large, The Naked Truth (both 1957), Carry On Sergeant (1958), Carry On Nurse (1959), Carry On Constable (1960), What A Carve Up (1962) and, of course, Goldfinger in 1964 in which she played the ill-feted Jill Masterson, who died from being painted gold.

Subsequent films include Ten Little Indians (1965), Around The World Under The Sea (1966), The Blood Of Fu Manchu (1968) and The Seven Secrets Of Sumuru (1969).

Her many television credits include The Saint (including the very first episode), Great Scott, It’s Maynard and many James Bond and Carry On tribute programmes and documentaries.

In the late 1960s, she gave up acting to raise her family.

In 1999 she wrote her successful autobiography, Golden Girl.


Shirley Eaton Filmography @ IMDB