Mary Stavin Net Worth

Mary Stavin was born on August 20, 1957 in  Örebro, Örebro län, Sweden, Sweden, is Actress. Lovely and slender blonde model and actress Mary Ann Catrin Stavin was born on August 20, 1957 in Orebro, Sweden. The blue-eyed beauty was crowned Miss World in 1977. Stavin released the disco single "Feeling Good, Being Bad/Headline News" on the Ariola label in 1979. She's featured in the music videos for "Ant Rap" and "Strip" by Adam Ant. Mary appeared in the exercise video "Shake Up and Dance" with George Best in the 80s. Moreover, Stavin has acted in several movies; she has the rare distinction of appearing in two James Bond films in different roles and was especially memorable as William Katt's enticing neighbor Tanya in the delightful hit horror comedy "House." Married to businessman Nicholas Wilcockson, Mary is the mother of daughter Liliana Rose. She served as a judge for the Miss World contest in both 1980 and 2010.
Mary Stavin is a member of Actress

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day August 20, 1957
Birth Place  Örebro, Örebro län, Sweden, Sweden
Birth Sign Virgo
Spouse(s) Nicholas Wilcockson (2002–present; 1 child)
Children 1 daughter

💰 Net worth: $3 Million

Some Mary Stavin images



In addition to acting, Stävin released the exercise album Shape Up and Dance with George Best. and appeared in two music videos for Adam Ant. These were "Ant Rap" (1981) and "Strip" (1983).


Among her more prominent acting roles are bit parts in two of Roger Moore's James Bond films. In Octopussy (1983), she played an Octopussy girl, and in A View to a Kill (1985), she played agent Kimberley Jones. She had supporting roles as the character Tanya in the 1986 horror movie House, which starred william Katt, and the horror film Open House (1987), starring Joseph Bottoms. Her other films included Alien Terminator (1988) with Roger Moore's daughter Deborah, The Opponent (1988), Strike Commando 2 (1988), Born to Fight (1989) and Howling V: The Rebirth (1989). She also played the Icelandic businesswoman Heba in "Twin Peaks" (Season 1, Ep. 6).