Roberta Collins

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Roberta Collins (November 17, 1944 – August 16, 2008) was a film and television actress who was known for her attractive physique, blonde, curly hair, and Marilyn Monroe appearance. She starred in many exploitation films, including the prostitute, Clara in Tobe Hooper's Eaten Alive, and the character, Matilda the Hun in the science fiction-comedy film, Death Race 2000.

Collins died August 16, 2008 of an apparent heart attack.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Roberta Collins (November 17, 1944 – August 16, 2008) was a film and television actress who was known for her attractive physique, blonde, curly hair, and Marilyn Monroe appearance. She starred in many exploitation films, including the prostitute, Clara in Tobe Hooper's Eaten Alive, and the character, Matilda the Hun in the science fiction-comedy film, Death Race 2000.

Collins died August 16, 2008 of an apparent heart attack.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Roberta Collins, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia​

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Gender -

Known Credits 17

Birthday 1944-11-17

Day of Death 2008-08-16

Place of Birth Alhambra, California, USA

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1986 Hardbodies 2 as Lana Logan
1986 Vendetta as Miss Dice
1985 School Spirit as Helen Grimshaw
1984 Hardbodies as Lana
1981 Saturday the 14th as Cousin Rhonda
1978 Matilda as Tanya Six
1977 Whiskey Mountain as Diana
1976 Eaten Alive as Clara
1976 The Witch Who Came from the Sea as Clarissa
1975 Death Race 2000 as Matilda the Hun
1974 Caged Heat as Belle Tyson
1973 Terror On The Beach as Gail
1973 Wonder Women as Laura
1973 The Roommates as Beth
1972 The Unholy Rollers as Jennifer
1971 Women in Cages as Stoke
1971 The Big Doll House as Alcott

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