Seymour at the Emmy Awards, 1994 In the 1990s, Seymour earned popular and critical praise for her role as in the television series Dr.
In 1973, Seymour achieved international fame in her role as in the film Live and Let Die.
What a Lovely War in 1969.
She also co-wrote several children's books, with her then husband , for the This One 'N That One series.
By the time she was 12 years old, she was winning dance competitions and dancing at Covent Garden.
As her career gathered steam, Seymour almost became one of its casualties.
An event organised by to raise funds for the ongoing Ethiopian famine, the finale of the show saw her partake in a fake marriage with.
She received additional nominations in the same category for the television film 1988 , in which she portrayed , and the miniseries 1988-1989 , for which she was nominated twice consecutively in addition to receiving another nomination.