Veteran actress Honor Blackman and former supermodel JEMMA KIDD are backing a campaign highlighting domestic abuse - by appearing in a series of shocking photographs looking battered and bruised. The violent images are part of the ACT campaign by UK domestic violence charity Women's Aid, and also features other British celebrities including actress Anna Friel and TV presenter KATE THORNTON. Goldfinger star Blackman says, "By publicly speaking out against domestic violence together we can challenge attitudes towards violence in the home and show that it is a crime and not merely something unacceptable." Kidd adds, "Unless we act now many more women will die."