Born: 31-Dec-1951 
Birthplace: Managua, Nicaragua
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor, Model
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Bond girl, Never Say Never Again
Barbara Carrera grew up in Nicaragua, the daughter of a native woman and the U.S. Ambassador. She started modeling at 17, and within a few years became the South American face of Chiquita bananas. She appeared in a small role in her first film in 1970, Puzzle of a Downfall Child, playing a teenaged model and giving her age as 17. In reality, she was at least 19, and may have been as old as 25.
She a Bond girl in Never Say Never Again with Sean Connery, and was the mysterious Angelica Nero during that one season of Dallas that all turned out to be a dream. As an actress, she was usually cast in "eye candy" roles, and her finest work was probably in the 1978 Richard Chamberlain mini-series Centennial, wherein she played the native girl who married Robert Conrad.
 Her birthdate is generally listed as 1951, although she prefers 1953 and some sources say 1945 or 1947.
Husband: Nicholas Mavroleon (shipping magnate, div.)
Husband: Baron Otto von Hoffman (div.)
Husband: Uva Barden (model, div.)
Posed Naked for Playboy
Risk Factors: Smoking
FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
Air Panic (2001)
Love Is All There Is (10-May-1996)
Point of Impact (1993)
Wicked Stepmother (3-Feb-1989)
Love at Stake (Apr-1988)
Wild Geese II (12-Jun-1985)
Never Say Never Again (7-Oct-1983)
Lone Wolf McQuade (15-Apr-1983)
I, the Jury (22-Apr-1982)
The Day the World Ended (28-Mar-1980)
The Island of Dr. Moreau (13-Jul-1977)
The Master Gunfighter (3-Oct-1975)
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