Lesley-Anne has married three times: firstly Henri Gabriel in 1980 (divorced…more
In early 2009 Lesley-Anne was granted U.S. citizenship.
Lesley-Anne replaced Maud Adams as "Olga" in film The Pink Panther Strikes Again. Director Blake Edwards never meant to hire her though, his intention was to audition actress Nicola Pagett, who looked more like the actress who played "Olga" in the Pink Panther series.
Lesley-Anne is a huge fan of television quiz shows, especially Jeopardy.
Lesley-Anne says her most embarrassing moment was the day she was riding a motorcycle and the wind blew up her shirt and exposed her breasts to everyone.
Lesley-Anne says that quite often over the years she has received fan mail which actually belonged to Lesley Ann Warren.
Lesley-Anne appeared on the cover of Life Magazine in March of 1979.
The first rock concert that Lesley-Anne attended was The Rolling Stones.
Lesley-Anne sings one of the songs, I'm Not In Love, on Rick Springfield's CD The Day After Yesterday.
Lesley-Anne Down received the Golden Rose Award for Best Soap Actress during the Rose D'Or Television Festival Awards ceremony, held 2005 in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Lesley-Anne wrote the script for the independent film Seven Days Of Grace and she stars in it herself with Olivia Hussey, Stephanie Beacham and Ria Coyne. The movie is directed by her husband Don E. FauntLeRoy.
Lesley-Anne received the Golden Boomerang Award for Most Popular Supporting Female for her role as Jackie on The Bold And The Beautiful in 2006.
Lesley met her first husband Enrique Gabriel on the set of the movie Sphinx in 1981 and were married only a few days later. The marriage lasted less than a year.
Lesley was together with Bruce Robinson for 10 years, from she was 15 till she was 25.
Lesley-Anne grew up in the UK and moved to America at age 17.
According to Celebrity Sleuth magazine, which Lesley-Anne has appeared in 5 times throughout her career, her measurements are 34B-24-36.
Lesley wanted to become a Missionary when she grew up.
Lesley-Anne is 5'4" with auburn hair and blue-green eyes.
Lesley-Anne: (on her worst feature) My hands and feet. My feet are absolutely appalling! I call them 'fish feet.' They are really broad. Most of my toes have lumps on them. My hands aren't that good, either. I'm terribly clumsy in the kitchen and am forever cutting myself. I've got lots of scars.
Lesley-Anne: (on why she uses a pseudonym) You have a better chance of your script being read if your name reads like you're a bald, fat, middle-aged man.
Lesley-Anne: (on working with the cast of "Sunset Beach") I'm so happy doing what I do. The feeling, the camaraderie, the niceness of everybody... it's very different on our set. And I do hope that it goes on for a long time.
Lesley-Anne: Personally and professionally, I am two different people. So what people say or write about me I feel is actually about an entirely other entity.
Lesley-Anne: That Days of Our Lives thing for a week nearly killed me.
Lesley-Anne: When I get to my deathbed, I don't want to take my last breath and say, Well, how glorious. I've left the world my acting credits. I won't even think that.
Lesley-Anne: What I've left the world will be my children, who are beautiful and wonderful people. I hope they will do good things on the planet.
Lesley-Anne: We've all listened to Dr. Laura Schlessinger, haven't we? We all know how not to play a psychiatrist.
Lesley-Anne: I took my clothes off when I was young. I showed everything, full-frontal nudity. It's the thing I've done in my career that I'm most proud of.
Lesley-Anne: I personally don't have a problem with naked bodies on television.