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Occupation
  
Actress

Spouse
  
Tom Stern (m. 1964–1971)

Name
  
Samantha Eggar

Years active
  
1960–present


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Full Name
  
Victoria Louise Samantha Marie Elizabeth Therese Eggar

Born
  
5 March 1939 (age 84) (
1939-03-05
)
Hampstead, London, England, United Kingdom

Role
  
Film actress · samanthaeggar.net

Children
  
Jenna Stern, Nicolas Stern

Movies
  
The Collector, The Brood, Doctor Dolittle, Walk - Don't Run, Curtains

Similar People
  
William Wyler, Jenna Stern, Rex Harrison, Richard Ciupka, David Cronenberg

Parents
  
Muriel Eggar, Ralph Eggar

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Samantha Eggar (born 5 March 1939) is an English-American film, stage, television and voice actress. After beginning her career in Shakespearean theatre, she rose to fame for her performance in William Wyler's thriller The Collector (1965), which earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress.

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She later appeared as Emma Fairfax in Doctor Dolittle (1968), and the American drama The Molly Maguires (1970). In the early 1970s, Eggar relocated to the United States and Canada, where she later starred in several horror films, including The Dead Are Alive (1972), The Uncanny (1977), and David Cronenberg's cult thriller The Brood (1979).

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Eggar has also worked as a voice actress, as Hera in Walt Disney's Hercules (1997), and lent her voice to several video games, including Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned and 007: Nightfire. Her television work includes roles on Fantasy Island, and a recurring part as Charlotte Devane in the soap opera All My Children in 2000.

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Early life

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Samantha Eggar was born Victoria Louise Samantha Marie Elizabeth Therese Eggar on 5 March 1939 in Hampstead, London, to Ralph (a brigadier in the British Army) and a mother (Muriel) of Dutch and Portuguese descent. Soon after her birth her family relocated to rural Bledlow, Buckinghamshire, during World War II, where she spent her childhood. There, she was neighbours with Oliver Reed.

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Eggar was brought up as a Roman Catholic and educated at St Mary's Providence Convent in Woking, Surrey. Reflecting on her time in convent school, Eggar said: "The nuns didn't have too much success with me — I've always had a violent temper. In fact, once I almost killed one of the nuns." At age sixteen, she began to go by the name Samantha. Although Eggar expressed interest in acting at a young age, she was urged against a career in the theatre by her parents. She was offered a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, but instead studied fashion for two years at the Thanet School of Art. After completing her studies, she enrolled at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

Theatre and early work

Eggar began her acting career in several Shakespearean companies, notably playing Titania in a 1962 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Tony Richardson. She also appeared onstage in a production of Douglas Seale's Landscape with Figures, where she was noticed by a talent scout, and from there was cast in the biographical film Dr. Crippen (1962), opposite Donald Pleasence. Her second film role was in 1962 in The Wild and the Willing; the same year, she appeared onstage again as Olivia in a production of Twelfth Night by George Devine.

In 1965, Eggar appeared in the thriller The Collector, directed by William Wyler, playing a kidnap victim. She received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress, and won a Golden Globe award for her performance. She was also awarded Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival in 1966. On her role as Miranda in The Collector, Eggar has said: "My biggest relationship on set was with William Wyler. The tension on set was real. And if the tension wasn't there – if I didn’t exude precisely what he wanted – well, Willie just poured cold water over me."

The following year, Eggar starred in the comedy Walk, Don't Run (1966) with Cary Grant (his last picture) and Jim Hutton, followed by a lead role as Emma Fairfax in Richard Fleischer's musical adaptation of Doctor Dolittle (1967). In 1963, she played the title character in "Marcia", a second-season episode of The Saint. After her appearance in The Saint, Eggar did not appear in television for 10 years, instead focusing exclusively on feature films. Although she co-starred with Yul Brynner on the 1972 television series Anna and the King, she did not make another television guest appearance until 1973, when she starred in the episode "The Cardboard House" of the romantic anthology series Love Story. The same year, she played Phyllis Dietrichson in a television remake of Double Indemnity.

Move to United States and Canada

In 1973, Eggar relocated to the United States, settling in Los Angeles, and appeared first in television, guest starring on episodes of Starsky & Hutch and Columbo, the latter with Peter Falk and Theodore Bikel in the episode "The Bye-Bye Sky High IQ Murder Case". She would go on to star in a number of horror films, including The Dead Are Alive (1972), A Name for Evil (1973), The Uncanny (1977), and David Cronenberg's cult sci-fi film The Brood (1979). In 1980, she filmed the Canadian slasher film Curtains, released in 1983.

She also appeared as Maggie Gioberti in "The Vintage Years", the pilot for the drama Falcon Crest, but was replaced by Susan Sullivan when the series went into production. She appeared in the drama Dark Horse (1992), followed by the superhero film The Phantom (1996). In 1997, she provided the voice of Hera in Disney's animated film Hercules; she would also supply the voice for the subsequent television series. Eggar also had a role in the sci-fi thriller The Astronaut's Wife (1999), which starred Johnny Depp.

She has appeared as the wife of Captain Jean-Luc Picard's brother Robert on the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, and as Sarah Templeton, the wife of Speaker of the House Nathan Templeton (Donald Sutherland), on the short-lived television series Commander in Chief, which starred Geena Davis. In 2000, she had a brief run as Charlotte Devine in the American soap opera All My Children. In 2003, she appeared in the first season of Cold Case, episode 14 ("The Boy in the Box") as Sister Vivian. In 2009, she played the mother of Jack and Becky Gallagher in season 1, episode 11 ("Lines in the Sand") of the Fox television series Mental.

Personal life

In 1964, she married actor Tom Stern, with whom she has a son, Nicolas Stern (b. 1965), and a daughter, Jenna Stern (b. 1967). Eggar and Stern divorced in 1971. She has citizenship in both Britain and the United States. She resides in Los Angeles.

Filmography

Actress
2012
Metalocalypse (TV Series) as
Whale
- Church of the Black Klok (2012) - Whale (voice)
- Prankklok (2012) - Whale (voice)
2011
The Nine Lives of Chloe King (TV Series) as
Olivia Rezza
- Beautiful Day (2011) - Olivia Rezza
2009
Mental (TV Series) as
Margo Stroud
- Life and Limb (2009) - Margo Stroud
- Lines in the Sand (2009) - Margo Stroud
2005
Commander in Chief (TV Series) as
Sara Templeton
- Unfinished Business (2006) - Sara Templeton
- Happy Birthday, Madam President (2006) - Sara Templeton
- The Elephant in the Room (2006) - Sara Templeton
- Ties That Bind (2006) - Sara Templeton
- No Nukes Is Good Nukes (2006) - Sara Templeton
- Sub Enchanted Evening (2006) - Sara Templeton
- The Mom Who Came to Dinner (2005) - Sara Templeton
- Rubie Dubidoux and the Brown Bound Express (2005) - Sara Templeton
- First Disaster (2005) - Sara Templeton
2004
Cold Case (TV Series) as
Sister Vivian Dole (2003)
- The Boy in the Box (2004) - Sister Vivian Dole (2003)
2003
James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing (Video Game) as
Additional Voices (voice)
2003
She Spies (TV Series) as
Huffy English Woman
- Learning to Fly (2003) - Huffy English Woman
2002
007: Nightfire (Video Game) as
M (voice)
2000
All My Children (TV Series) as
Charlotte Devane
1999
Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned (Video Game) as
Lady Howard (voice)
1999
The Astronaut's Wife as
Dr. Patraba
1998
Hercules (TV Series) as
Hera
- Hercules and the Tiff on Olympus (1999) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the Promethus Affair (1998) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the Parents' Weekend (1998) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the Return of Typhon (1998) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the Tapestry of Fate (1998) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the Pool Party (1998) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the King of Thessaly (1998) - Hera (voice)
- Hercules and the Apollo Mission (1998) - Hera (voice)
1998
Loss of Faith (TV Movie) as
Insp. Strong
1997
Hercules (Video Game) as
Hera (voice)
1997
Hercules as
Hera (voice)
1996
The Legend of Sarmoti: Siegfried & Roy (TV Series short)(voice)
1996
Everything to Gain (TV Movie) as
Diana Keswick
1996
The Phantom as
Lily Palmer
1995
The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat (TV Series short) as
Girls
- Felix in Nightdrop Land/Shocking Story (1995) - Girls (uncredited)
1995
Burke's Law (TV Series) as
Princess Catherine Lanier
- Who Killed the Lifeguard? (1995) - Princess Catherine Lanier
1994
ABC Weekend Specials (TV Series) as
Queen of the Night
- The Magic Flute (1994) - Queen of the Night (voice)
1994
Inevitable Grace as
Britt
1993
The Secrets of Lake Success (TV Mini Series) as
Diana Westley
- One Less Secret (1993) - Diana Westley
- A Taste of Honey (1993) - Diana Westley
- A Family Affair (1993) - Diana Westley
1991
The Legend of Prince Valiant (TV Series) as
Queen Guinevere
- The Hinge of Fate (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Gathering Storm (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Death of Arthur (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- A New Dawn (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Ghost (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- A Light in the Dark (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Ring of Truth (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Song of Valor (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Sage (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Burning Bridge (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Aurora (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Spirit of Valor (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Eyes of the Serpent (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Shadows of Destiny (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Vision (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Hero (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Blackest Poison (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Treaty (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Jubilee (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Walls of Tyranny (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Parting (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Rescue (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- Mordred's Return (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Voyage (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Princess Aleta (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Tree (1993) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Rival (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Crossbow (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- Empty Justice (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Traitor (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Cursed (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- Peace on Earth (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Lesson Twice Learned (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Color of Honor (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Flute (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Deception (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Beggar (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Black Rose (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Lost (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Dream Come True (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Triumph (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Choice (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Reunion (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Battle of Greystone (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Dawn of Darkness (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Waif (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Fist of Iron (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Road Back (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Competitor (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Turn of the Wheel (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Trap (1992) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Guardian (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Awakening (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Visitor (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Return (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Secret of Perilous Garde (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Trust Betrayed (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Singing Sword (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Gift (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Finding of Camelot (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice)
- The Trust (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Kidnapping (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Blacksmith's Daughter (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Journey (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
- The Dream (1991) - Queen Guinevere (voice, credit only)
1993
A Case for Murder (TV Movie) as
Ellen Denvers
1993
L.A. Law (TV Series) as
Camille Bancroft
- Where There's a Will (1993) - Camille Bancroft
1992
P.J. Sparkles (TV Movie) as
Mrs. O'Mally / Crown (voice)
1992
Dark Horse as
Mrs. Curtis
1992
Round Numbers as
Anne
1992
Mann & Machine (TV Series) as
Dr. Anna Kapler
- Prototype (1992) - Dr. Anna Kapler
1992
The Magic Voyage as
Queen Isabella (English version, voice)
1990
Star Trek: The Next Generation (TV Series) as
Marie Picard
- Family (1990) - Marie Picard
1990
Ragin' Cajun as
Dr. May
1990
A Ghost in Monte Carlo (TV Movie) as
Jeanne
1990
Matlock (TV Series) as
Katherine Randolph
- The Talk Show (1990) - Katherine Randolph
1989
Heartbeat (TV Series) as
Claire Staggs
- Confidentially Yours (1989) - Claire Staggs
1988
The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) as
Ory Palmer
- Davy Crockett: Rainbow in the Thunder (1988) - Ory Palmer
1988
1st & Ten (TV Series) as
Sybil Nelson
- Saturday, Bloody Saturday (1988) - Sybil Nelson
1987
Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) as
Lisa Talbot
- Deathmate (1987) - Lisa Talbot
1987
Love Among Thieves (TV Movie) as
Solange
1987
Stingray (TV Series) as
Camilla Rousseau
- Echoes (1987) - Camilla Rousseau
1987
Outlaws (TV Series) as
Sister Rachel
- Hymn (1987) - Sister Rachel
1985
Hotel (TV Series) as
Elizabeth Oliver
- Cry Wolf (1985) - Elizabeth Oliver
1985
George Burns Comedy Week (TV Series) as
Mrs. Cratchet
- Christmas Carol II: The Sequel (1985) - Mrs. Cratchet
1985
Tales of the Unexpected (TV Series) as
Gwen Carter
- People Don't Do Such Things (1985) - Gwen Carter
1985
Finder of Lost Loves (TV Series) as
Megan Brody
- Wayward Dreams (1985) - Megan Brody
1984
Magnum, P.I. (TV Series) as
Laura Bennett
- Fragments (1984) - Laura Bennett
1984
Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) as
Marta Quintessa
- Hooray for Homicide (1984) - Marta Quintessa
1983
Hart to Hart (TV Series) as
Jillian Rawlings
- Long Lost Love (1983) - Jillian Rawlings
1983
For the Term of His Natural Life (TV Mini Series) as
Mrs. Vickers
- Episode #1.3 (1983) - Mrs. Vickers
- Episode #1.2 (1983) - Mrs. Vickers
- Episode #1.1 (1983) - Mrs. Vickers
1983
Curtains as
Samantha Sherwood
1982
Darkroom (TV Series) as
Miss Alexis St. Clair
- Exit Line (1982) - Miss Alexis St. Clair
1981
Falcon Crest (TV Series) as
Maggie Gioberti
- The Vintage Years - Maggie Gioberti
1981
The Hot Touch as
Samantha O'Brien
1981
Aloha Paradise (TV Series)
- Sydney's Old Flame/Everett and The Wolf/Lurp's in Love (1981)
1981
Demonoid as
Jennifer Baines
1979
The Love Boat (TV Series) as
Meg Chase / Mary-Louise Murphy
- Return of the Ninny/Touchdown Twins/Split Personality (1981) - Meg Chase
- A Funny Valentine/The Wallflower/Home is Not a Home (1979) - Mary-Louise Murphy
1980
The Exterminator as
Dr. Megan Stewart
1980
Hagen (TV Series) as
Livia
- Hagen (Pilot) (1980) - Livia
1978
Fantasy Island (TV Series) as
Helena Marsh
- The Wedding (1979) - Helena Marsh
- Return/The Toughest Man Alive (1978) - Helena Marsh
1979
The Brood as
Nola Carveth
1978
Hawaii Five-O (TV Series) as
Agnes du Bois
- Horoscope for Murder (1978) - Agnes du Bois
1978
Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women (TV Movie) as
Billie Burke
1978
The Biggest Battle as
Annelise Ackermann
1977
Family (TV Series) as
Norah McKay
- Labors of Love (1977) - Norah McKay
1977
Starsky and Hutch (TV Series) as
Charlotte
- Starsky and Hutch on Voodoo Island (1977) - Charlotte
1977
The Uncanny as
Edina Hamilton (segment "Hollywood 1936")
1977
Why Shoot the Teacher? as
Alice Field
1977
Columbo (TV Series) as
Vivian Brandt
- The Bye-Bye Sky High I.Q. Murder Case (1977) - Vivian Brandt
1977
Welcome to Blood City as
Katherine
1976
Baretta (TV Series) as
Laurie Eckhardt
- Look Back in Terror (1976) - Laurie Eckhardt
1976
The Seven-Per-Cent Solution as
Mary Morstan Watson
1976
The Killer Who Wouldn't Die (TV Movie) as
Anne Roland
1976
The Hemingway Play (TV Movie) as
Glynis
1975
The Legendary Curse of the Hope Diamond (TV Movie) as
Evalyn Walsh McLean
1975
Lucas Tanner (TV Series) as
Angela Bowman
- Shattered (1975) - Angela Bowman
1974
All the Kind Strangers (TV Movie) as
Carol Ann
1973
The Man of Destiny (TV Movie) as
The Strange Lady
1973
Love Story (TV Series) as
Ruth Wilson
- The Cardboard House (1973) - Ruth Wilson
1973
Double Indemnity (TV Movie) as
Phyllis Dietrichson
1973
A Name for Evil as
Joanna Blake
1972
Anna and the King (TV Series) as
Anna Leonowens / Anna Owens
- Serana (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- Louis' Love (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The King and the Egg (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The Marriage of Prince Chula (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The Haunted Temple (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- Louis, the Pawn (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The Chimes (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The Bicycle (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- Anna's Romance (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- Chulalongkorn's Grades (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The King or the Tiger? (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- The Baby (1972) - Anna Leonowens
- Pilot (1972) - Anna Owens
1972
The Dead Are Alive! as
Myra Shelton
1971
The Light at the Edge of the World as
Arabella
1970
The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun as
Danielle Lang ("Dany")
1970
The Walking Stick as
Deborah Dainton
1970
The Molly Maguires as
Miss Mary Raines
1967
Doctor Dolittle as
Emma Fairfax
1966
Walk Don't Run as
Christine Easton
1965
New Release (TV Series) as
Miranda Grey (The Collector)
- The Collector/Dr. Malina/Mr. Ionesco (1965) - Miranda Grey (The Collector)
1965
Return from the Ashes as
Fabienne 'Fabi' Wolf
1965
The Collector as
Miranda Grey
1964
Psyche 59 as
Robin
1963
The Saint (TV Series) as
Claire Avery
- Marcia (1963) - Claire Avery
1963
Dr. Crippen as
Ethel Le Neve
1963
Doctor in Distress as
Delia Mallory
1963
ITV Play of the Week (TV Series) as
Manderin
- The Touch of a Dead Hand (1963) - Manderin
1963
Ghost Squad (TV Series) as
Mina
- Hot Money (1963) - Mina
1963
ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series) as
Lily
- Along Came a Spider (1963) - Lily
1962
BBC Sunday-Night Play (TV Series) as
Virginia Otis
- The Canterville Ghost (1962) - Virginia Otis
1962
Young and Willing as
Josie Stevens
1961
The Princess and the Pea (TV Movie) as
The Real Princess
1961
Rendezvous (TV Series) as
Joan
- The Road Between (1961) - Joan
1961
Rob Roy (TV Series) as
Diana Vernon
- Episode #1.7 (1961) - Diana Vernon
- Episode #1.6 (1961) - Diana Vernon
- Episode #1.3 (1961) - Diana Vernon
- Episode #1.2 (1961) - Diana Vernon
- Episode #1.1 (1961) - Diana Vernon
Soundtrack
1994
Valentines. A Bouquet of Letters and Poetry of Lovers (Video) (performer: "Take All My Loves", "The Heart of the Woman")
1970
The Molly Maguires (performer: "Eileen Aroon")
1967
Doctor Dolittle (performer: "At The Crossroads", "Beautiful Things", "Fabulous Places", "I Think I Like You")
Self
2019
Come to Silence with Samatha Eggar (Video documentary short) as
Self
2018
Nothing But Death (Video documentary short) as
Self
2018
The Look of Stardom (Documentary short) as
Self
2015
Birth Pains (Video documentary short) as
Self
2009
About Napoli (Documentary) as
Narrator (voice)
2006
Age of the Psychics (Video documentary) as
Self - Host
2005
The 100 Greatest Family Films (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1986
American Masters (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Cary Grant: A Class Apart (2004) - Self
- Directed by William Wyler (1986) - Self
1996
Corwin (TV Movie) as
Self
1993
Vicki! (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 1 October 1993 (1993) - Self
1990
Dors: The Other Diana (TV Movie documentary) as
Self
1988
Mag magazine (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode dated 14 October 1988 (1988) - Self
1988
The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards (TV Special) as
Self
1985
The Time of Your Life (TV Series) as
Self
- Mollie Sugden (1985) - Self
1983
This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Johnny Briggs (1983) - Self
1980
Whicker's World (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- California: Nothing Is Utopia, This Comes Pretty Close (1980) - Self
1978
Unknown Powers (Documentary) as
Hostess
1976
AFI Life Achievement Award (TV Series) as
Self - Audience Member (uncredit)
- AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to William Wyler (1976) - Self - Audience Member (uncredit)
1968
The Merv Griffin Show (TV Series) as
Self
- A Salute to William Wyler with special guests: Bette Davis and Olivia de Havilland (1973) - Self
- Dusty Springfield, Anthony Newley, Samantha Eggar, Richard Attenborough, Stanley Myron Handelman, Leslie Bricusse, Lou Holtz (1968) - Self
1967
The Joey Bishop Show (TV Series) as
Self
- Episode #2.66 (1967) - Self
1966
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (TV Series) as
Self - Guest
- Episode dated 18 December 1967 (1967) - Self - Guest
- (FROM LOS ANGELES) Samantha Eggar (1966) - Self - Guest
1967
The 24th Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Presenter
1966
The 38th Annual Academy Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Nominee
1966
The 23rd Annual Golden Globe Awards (TV Special) as
Self - Winner
Archive Footage
-
Hollywood Celebrity (Documentary) (post-production) as
Self
2022
This Is Joan Collins (TV Special documentary) as
Self
2017
Tax Shelter Terrors (Documentary) as
Self
2015
Pop Culture Beast's Halloween Horror Picks (TV Series documentary) as
Nola Carveth
- The Brood (2015) - Nola Carveth
2011
Confessions of a Horror Baby (TV Series) as
Samantha Sherwood
- Curtains (2011) - Samantha Sherwood
2010
Muchachada nui (TV Series) as
Madre (segment "Mundo viejuno: Pasa tiempo con tus hijos")
- Episode #4.3 (2010) - Madre (segment "Mundo viejuno: Pasa tiempo con tus hijos") (uncredited)
2005
Cinema mil (TV Series documentary) as
Self
- Episode #1.8 (2005) - Self
2004
Daytime's Greatest Weddings (Video documentary) as
Charlotte Devane
2000
The American Nightmare (Documentary) as
Self
1971
The Dick Cavett Show (TV Series) as
Arabella from film LIGHT AT THE END OF THE WORLD
- Kirk Douglas (1971) - Arabella from film LIGHT AT THE END OF THE WORLD

References

Samantha Eggar Wikipedia