Fiona Lewis, the author of Mistakes Were Made (Some in French), was a model and actress in the sixties and seventies. Her credits include Roman Polanski’s The Vampire Killers, Ken Russell’s Lisztomania, and Brian de Palma’s The Fury. She is the author of the novel Between Men, and her writing has also appeared in the New Yorker, The Observer and the Los Angeles Times. She may be (she candidly admits) the only woman in America who has written for the New Yorker and posed for Playboy. She is also the wife of Hollywood producer Art Linson (Untouchables, Sons of Anarchy, Great Expectations).