One of the pioneers to the industry and possibly now a name forgotten.
Louise Bridgett Hodges was born in Canterbury, Kent on 27 May 1967. She was the youngest of six children, with four brothers and one sister. Her mother was a nurse during WWII and her father was from Gibraltar and became a welder. Louise left Gads Hill School,
Rochester in 1983 and went to dance college. She became a cabaret dancer in Portugal, then returned a year later to go back to college to train as an actress at NW5 Theatre school Kentish town. Louise’s first film appearance was in 1988 as an extra in the film, The Rachel Papers. Louise also became a very popular glamour model in the USA and Britain.