Actress Ava Gardner, who suffered a mild stroke two years ago, is contemplating a return to the silver screen, her attorney says.

"She's fit as a fiddle, feels strong, feels great and is thinking about doing a picture," lawyer Paul Caruso said Wednesday.

The 66-year-old actress has "recovered tremendously" from the stroke in late 1986, for which she was hospitalized for two months, Caruso said.

He did not say what kind of role Gardner was considering.

Gardner has starred in 60 films, including "The Snows of Kilimanjaro," "The Barefoot Contessa" and "The Killers." She most recently was seen in the CBS-TV series "Falcon Crest."