Elaine Taylor was an actress who was no stranger to being featured in numerous film roles throughout her Hollywood career. Taylor began her acting career appearing in various films, such as "Half a Sixpence" (1968) with Tommy Steele, the dramatic adaptation "The Anniversary" (1968) with Bette Davis and "Lock Up Your Daughters!" (1969) with Christopher Plummer. She also appeared in the comedy "All the Way Up" (1970) with Warren Mitchell. More recently, she earned a role in the dramatic sports film "The Games" (1970) with Michael Crawford. She also starred in the TV movies "Adam: His Song Continues" (NBC, 1986-87) and "The George McKenna Story" (CBS, 1986-87). Taylor more recently appeared in "Till Death Us Do Part" (NBC, 1991-92). Taylor's husband was Christopher Plummer.