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'I had no other skills.' Ribbed by East End photographers for her cut-glass accent, with a title that always preceded her, at 19 she moved to New York. It was liberating.' She modelled for the Elite and Zoli agencies, partied hard, and had a fling with David Kennedy, the son of the assassinated senator Bobby Kennedy.Through Zoli she started getting roles in commercials and low-budget horror films and then moved to Los Angeles, getting her first break when Burt Reynolds cast her in Sharkey's Machine (1981). For the next few years she was, she says, typecast as 'the exotic European' in such films as Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid with Steve Martin and Against All Odds.'Bryan's career was in full flight and mine had ground to a halt once I'd moved to Australia.So I was either trailing along after him or at home with two small kids.Ward handles a tough subject matter with considerable poise and sensitivity, and the result is a remarkable feature debut: powerful, brooding and at times deeply unsettling. 'It's all about guilt, confession and reconciliation and retribution.' How was it directing your husband? 'All the money went to our younger brother, Alexander.' Ward was left nothing, not even a picture. It's got to do with how toxic that system is and what it does to families. It is a feudal world.' She admires Tracy, a long-term environmental campaigner, 'fighting the good fight'.Ward admits she barely finished her O-levels, then dropped out of art school, before turning to modelling aged 17.

PC Steve Jenkins died at Pill police station in Canal Terrace, off Bolt Street, Newport, despite the efforts of colleagues and ambulance crews to save him on Friday.

“I’d also like to pay tribute to Gwent Police officers and the paramedic team who attended to Steve at the scene.” He added: “We will provide assistance to colleagues requiring support at this difficult time.” Tributes have also been pouring in from the wider community.

Colleagues at Gwent Police paid tribute last week to PC Jenkins on social media, with Chief Inspector for Newport and Monmouthshire Mike Richards saying: “A terrible day for the service.

I felt quite isolated with no extended family around me.

I did stamp my foot a bit.' But, Ward says, simply, 'I found my man. He's a fantastic father.' While it has taken time, and part of her remains 'very English', she considers Australia home.

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