A-ha's single "Thought on Me" is one of the immense pop songs of the 80s (or any decade so far as that is concerned). The video that went with the song was also pivotal in its fusion of animation and real to life footage and won numerous awards. The key to the success of the video was the youthful actress who played the young lady drawn into the comic book universe of the singer, Therese "Bunty" Bailey, and she was Aha's lead singer Morten Harket's sweetheart at the time the video was shot.
After "Tackle Me" Bailey went ahead to star in Aha's subsequent video "The Sun Always Shines On TV" and afterward had a short vacation in films. Following a 16 year rest, she came back to the silver screen in the 2008 low-spending plan comic drama "Old". Nowadays Bailey is a move instructor who portrays herself as "joyfully wedded" and is the mother of two high school kids. Bunty Bailey of age 52 is an English model, artist and performing artist with high net worth.
Bunty began her profession as an artist in the move bunch Hot Gossip in the mid-1980s. She got to be known as the young lady in the music recordings of A-ha's singles "Thought on Me" and "The Sun Always Shines on T.V." made in 1985; she met Morten Harket (the lead vocalist and voice of a-ha) on the set and turned into his better half.
Bunty is in a relationship with Morten Harket who is her boyfriend, according to the sources she is not married and Morten is not her husband. There is also rumors of an affair of Bunty with Billy Idol in 1987. She has subsequent to showed up in a few movies, with her latest part in 2008 as a Gypsy Mamma in Defunct. She is as of now living in Wraysbury, Berkshire. She worked as a kids' movie educator at Wraysbury and Datchet Village Hall, She was recorded by Fox News as being one of The Hottest '80s Video Vixens.