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Valerie Leon born 12 November is an English actress who had roles in a number of high-profile British film productions, including the Carry On series. Leon's father was a director of a textile company, and her mother, who trained at RADA , ended her acting career to become a full-time mother.
Valerie is the eldest of four privately educated children. Leon's career started as a trainee fashion buyer at Harrods. One day, Leon went to an audition which led her to her become a chorus girl. The Hammer horror film Blood from the Mummy's Tomb gave Leon a dual starring role, as a reincarnated Egyptian queen. On television, Leon is probably best remembered for her part as the tall buxom woman driven wild by a small, puny man wearing Hai Karate aftershave, in a highly successful series of commercials for the product.
Recently, she has been making appearances on stage in the UK in her reminiscence show called "Up Front with Valerie Leon". Leon was married to the television comedy producer Michael Mills from until his death in The marriage produced two children: a boy, Leon, born in and a girl, Merope, born in ;  Merope is a journalist on The Guardian newspaper  and currently West Coast of America editor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Valerie Leon. Hampstead , London, England, UK. Retrieved 29 December The Guardian. Categories : births Living people People from Hampstead English film actresses English television actresses Actresses from London 20th-century English actresses 21st-century English actresses. Namespaces Article Talk.