Sometimes brunette, sometimes redheaded, British actress Fiona Lewis was always easy on the eyes. Lewis's acting style was graced with an ethereal air that worked well in horror/fantasy efforts like The Fearless Vampire Killers (1971), Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1973), and the TV-Movie Dracula (1973), in which she played the unfortunate Lucy. Later roles in films like Lisztomania (1978) have emphasized Lewis's quiet sensuality, while her parts in such films as Strange Invaders (1983) and Innerspace (1987) have tapped an engaging kinky streak. And how can one classify her work in The Fury (1978), in which her "reward" for attempting to mess with Amy Irving's telekinetic powers is to be blown to smithereens? Whenever she's found the time, Fiona Lewis has dabbled in screenwriting, though thus far none of her works have been filmed.