Swedish actress Camilla Sparv was brought to Hollywood by Columbia Pictures in 1965. Sparv was third-billed as Sister Constance in The Trouble With Angels (1966), then was consigned to a string of standard sexy-foreigner roles. At least she was permitted to utter the best line in the 1967 "Matt Helm" espionager Murderer's Row; cast as the mistress of villain Karl Malden, Sparv comforted her lover after his latest doomsday device has failed by murmuring "Cheer up. Maybe you can run someone over on the way home." Outside of her brief starring career, Camilla Sparv's chief claim to fame was as one of producer Robert Evans' four wives.