Gloria Hendry Undressed
Gloria Hendry (born March 3 1949 in Winter Haven, Florida) is an African-American actress. Gloria was raised in Newark, New Jersey, and became a Playboy Bunny and star of Blaxploitation films during the 1970s; including a role as the wife of film gangster Tommy Gibbs in the 1973 films ''Black Caesar'' and its sequel ''Hell Up in Harlem''. She also portrayed the martial arts expert, Sydney, in ''Black Belt Jones.''
She is mostly known for portraying Bond girl Rosie Carver in the film ''Live and Let Die''. She became the first African American romantically-involved Bond girl, (Trina Parks as Thumper in the film ''Diamonds Are Forever'' was not "romantically-involved"). Also, when the film was first released in South Africa, the love scenes between her and Roger Moore were cut because it was prohibited by the Apartheid government.
Is currently working as a legal secretary at a Los Angeles, CA firm.