Although all three only had minor roles in the series, each is well remembered by fans like myself, and all three can be seen in the UFO title sequence.
Ayshea played Lt Ayshea Johnson, a control room technician, although to most youngsters at the time she was also well known as the presenter of the Granada TV pop show, Lift Off with Ayshea.
A column based on the series appeared in Look - In magazine.
In an interview in the latest Fanderson club magazine FAB 80, Ayshea revealed that although there was a happy atmosphere on the set of UFO, actors who worked predominately on particular sets like the Shado Control room, Moonbase or SkyDiver would rarely meet, so at the time Ayshea never met Georgina Moon, who worked on the SkyDiver set.
Looking at this photo from Andercon, its fairly clear they're good friends now.
Georgina Moon played SkyDiver operative, Lt. Sylvia Howell.
Georgina appeared in a few TV and film productions around the time of UFO.
She played Erotica in the Frankie Howerd comedy, Up Pompeii.
She also appeared in a couple of Carry on films, Camping and Behind.
Here she is on the right of the photo, watching Barbara Windsor's character knock seven bells out of Anna Karen in Carry on Camping.
I've been watching her recent appearances as a semi regular in the sitcom, 'You're Only Young Twice', currently being shown on ITV3 in the UK,
Jeremy Wilkin is a name well known to Gerry Anderson fans as his voice talents were used in several Anderson puppet series, but in UFO he appears as SkyDiver navigator, Lt. Gordon Maxwell.
Outside of UFO, Jeremy was quite prolific. Doctor Who fans will know him as Kellman in Revenge of the Cybermen, the first Doctor Who story released on video tape in my memory serves. He also turns up a few years later in Blake's Seven as Dev Tarrant.
This photo is from Man in a Suitcase, were Jeremy played a CIA man.
Here he is as Insp. Lars Bergen with Robert Vaughn playing Harry Rule in Gerry Anderson's crime drama, The Protectors.
It was great to see them all together on stage, the only downside from my point of view, was as things were running a little late their talk was cut a little short.