Caroline Bliss
Miss Moneypenny in The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill


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Caroline Bliss, grandaughter of Sir Arthur Bliss the famous composer, made her acting debut on the small screen in 1982 when she portrayed Princess Diana in Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story.

Further tv appearances followed in Dempsey And Makepeace, Killer Contract, Pope John Paul II, My Brother Jonathan and The Moneymen before she secured her big screen debut with the second incarnation of Miss Moneypenny in The Living Daylights aged 26.

She chose to wear spectacles, to distance herself a little from Lois Maxwell's Moneypenny.

She reprised her role in Timothy Dalton's second outing, Licence To Kill, though the hiatus between that film and Goldeneye six years later ultimately cost her the role.

Caroline continued acting in tv and made appearances in popular shows such as Spender and The Paradise Club, but in the late 1990s stepped back to raise a family with her husband Andy Secombe, son of legendary Harry.


Caroline Bliss Filmography @ IMDB