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Jackie Collins (1939-), Novelist; sister of Joan Collins

Jacqueline Jill ('Jackie') Collins

Sitter in 6 portraits
Jackie Collins became a best-selling author with novels such as The World is Full of Married Men (1968), The Stud (1969) and The Bitch (1979), the latter two being made into films starring her sister, Joan Collins. She also wrote Hollywood Husbands (1983) and Hollywood Wives (1986).

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x139875

Jacqueline Jill ('Jackie') Collins

by David Steen, for Camera Press
bromide press print, 1969
NPG x139875

x126136

Jackie Collins; Joan Collins

by Terry O'Neill
bromide fibre print, 1970s
NPG x126136

x27939

Jackie Collins

by Trevor Leighton
bromide print, 28 June 1983
NPG x27939

x76316

Jackie Collins

by Trevor Leighton
bromide fibre print, 28 June 1983
NPG x76316

P623

Jackie Collins; Joan Collins

by Annie Leibovitz
C-type colour print, 1987
NPG P623

x28646

Jackie Collins

by Trevor Leighton
bromide fibre print, 28 June 1983
NPG x28646

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