How 10 celebrities became secret agents

09/19/2012 |

Celebrity might not seem an obvious asset for international spies, but over the years, plenty of prominent people have moonlighted as international men and women of mystery. British author Roald Dahl spent much of World War II trying to influence U.S. politics by bedding prominent Americans; culinary icon Julia Childs worked for America's Office of Strategic Services; and Harry Houdini infiltrated foreign police stations on behalf of the American Secret Service and Britain's Scotland Yard.

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