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Marsha Hunt

(1947-), Model, singer, actress and writer

Sitter in 5 portraits
Model, singer, actress and writer. American-born Marsha Hunt first came to prominence starring in the rock musical Hair in London in 1968. Her relationship with Mick Jagger led to the birth of their daughter Karis. Her acting career included appearances in Dracula AD 1972 (1972) and the Lindsay Anderson directed Britannia Hospital (1982). In 1990 she played Bianca in the Trevor Nunn directed television production of Othello. Since the late 1980s Hunt has published a number of books including Joy (1990) and Free (1994).

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'Heads', by Peter Gidal - NPG 6827


by Peter Gidal
16mm silent, black and white film, 1969
NPG 6827

Marsha Hunt, by Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield - NPG x128488

Marsha Hunt

by Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield
archival inkjet print, October 1968
NPG x128488

Marsha Hunt, by Horace Ové - NPG x126726

Marsha Hunt

by Horace Ové
giclée print, 1968
NPG x126726

Marsha Hunt, by Lewis Morley - NPG x87168

Marsha Hunt

by Lewis Morley
cibachrome print from original transparency
NPG x87168

Marsha Hunt, by Robert Taylor - NPG x45782

Marsha Hunt

by Robert Taylor
bromide print, 1993
NPG x45782

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