Quinn O'Hara, a former Miss Scotland who made her mark in the U.S. in '60s beach movies, has died at 76.
THR reports O'Hara died Friday at her L.A. home after dealing with "multiple medical issues."
O'Hara was best-known for her sexy, bespectacled villainess role in the American International Pictures beach-party flick "Ghost in the Invisible Bikini" (1966), which brought together such unlikely stars as Nancy Sinatra, Boris Karloff and Tommy Kirk.
Along with numerous TV credits, O'Hara had also appeared with Raquel Welch in "A Swingin' Summer" (1965) and went on to star in the campy TV movie "In the Year 2889."
She worked as an actress through the '90s, and made one final TV appearance on the series "Las Vegas" in 2005. She became a nurse as a second career.
O'Hara is survived by her husband of over 30 years, Bill Kirk.