Here are two lounge songs chosen to underline the great beauty of Camilla Sparv.
Camilla Sparv (born in 1943 in Stockholm) is a retired Swedish actress. She was briefly circa 1965, the second wife of the actor and businessman who would eventually reign as Paramount Pictures's production chief - the legendary Robert Evans. She was brought to Hollywood by Columbia Pictures in 1965. Sparv was third-billed as Sister Constance in "The Trouble With Angels" (1966), then specialized in sexy-foreigner roles. But she uttered the best line in the 1967 "Matt Helm" espionager "Murderer's Row" (with Dean Martin and Ann-Margret); cast as the mistress of villain Karl Malden, Sparv comforted her lover after his latest doomsday device has failed by murmuring "Cheer up. Maybe you can run someone over on the way home." She was awarded a Golden Globe as Most promising newcomer (female) in 1967 for her role in "Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round" (1966, with James Coburn). She also appeared in "Assignment K" (1968, with Stephen Boyd), "The High Commissioner" (1968, with Rod Taylor, Christopher Plummer, Lilli Palmer, Daliah Lavi), "Mackenna's Gold" (1969, with Gregory Peck, Omar Sharif, Telly Savalas), "Downhill Racer" (1969, with Robert Redford and Gene Hackman), "The Greek Tycoon" (1978, with Anthony Quinn, Jacqueline Bisset, Raf Vallone), among others.
Enjoy Camilla Sparv's glamour!