Nai Bonet

About Nai Bonet

Who is it?: Actress, Writer, Producer
Birth Year: 1945
Birth Place:  Saigon, Vietnam, Vietnam
Years active: 1964–1980

Nai Bonet

Nai Bonet was born on 1945 in  Saigon, Vietnam, Vietnam, is Actress, Writer, Producer. Nai Bonet was a stunningly gorgeous and voluptuous brunette actress, singer, and belly dancer who appeared in a handful of pictures and television programs made throughout the 1960's and 1970's. She was born on January 6, 1939 to a Vietnamese mother and a French father in Saigon, Vietnam. Nai began her career as a professional entertainer at age thirteen by headlining as a belly dancer in a show at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Not surprisingly, the statuesque Bonet portrayed alluring and enticing exotic dancers in the screwy comedy "John Goldfarb, Please Come Home," "The Sheik" episode of "The Beverly Hillbillies," the wacky James Bond spoof "The Spy with the Cold Nose," and the uproariously raunchy tongue-in-cheek fantasy soft-core romp "Fairy Tales." Her other roles include the proverbial hooker with a heart of gold in the trashy crime saga "Hoodlums" and Dracula's sexy rebellious granddaughter in the amusingly goofy late 1970's disco vampire comedy hoot "Nocturna," both of which Bonet conceived the stories for in addition to serving as executive producer and star. Moreover, Nai recorded the hilarious novelty song "Jelly Belly" for Karate Records, graced the covers of the albums "Turkish Delight" and "Belly Dancer Favorites" by Gus Vali & His Orchestra, and posed for a pictorial in the April, 1979 issue of the men's magazine "Gallery." On stage, Bonet was featured in productions of "Aida," a variation of "Salome" called "Dance of the Seven Veils," "The Rubaiyat of Sophie Klein," and "Lysistrata." After the failure of "Hoodlums," Bonet retired from movies and today she still resides in Manhattan.
Nai Bonet is a member of Actress

Some Nai Bonet images



In the 1970s, Bonet decided to focus exclusively on her acting career, "But I wasn't getting anywhere in pictures," she said in 1978. After conceiving, producing and starring in two film flops (1979's Nocturna and 1980's Hoodlums), Bonet gave up her career.

Nai Bonet trend