Caroline Munro
Naomi in The Spy Who Loved Me


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Caroline's career started at the age of sixteen when she won the ‘Face of the Year’ competition being held by photographer, David Bailey, along with the British Newspaper, The Evening News. After her first Vogue feature, Caroline was chosen to head the advertising campaigns for several products, her most famous was as the calendar girl for Lamb's Navy Rum, a reign which lasted a decade. Caroline's popularity led to numerous film offers, her best known roles being that of Naomi in the James Bond movie, The Spy Who Loved Me, and Marigiana in The Golden Voyage of Sinbad.

While under contract with Hammer Films (the only actress ever to have been signed to such a contract with Hammer Studios), Caroline starred in two horror films, Dracula A.D. 1972 with Christopher Lee and also Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter. From her starring roles in several science fiction/ horror/fantasy films with such noted actors such as Vincent Price and Peter Cushing, Caroline has gained an escalating fan following and attends several conventions throughout the world at which she enjoys the opportunity to meet so many of her fans in person.

Caroline's repertoire also includes an impressive music resume. At age sixteen Caroline recorded the single, Tar & Cement for EMI and Producer, Mark Wirtz. The musicians on that record included Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker (Cream) and Steve Howe (Yes). Caroline has appeared in two music videos, Goody Two Shoes with Adam Ant, and If You Really Want To with Meatloaf. Caroline also recorded the single Pump Me Up with Gary Numan. Caroline's latest music project is Wilson Munro in which she has teamed up with Gary Wilson to record a three-track CD.

After several years away from the business to raise her two daughters, Caroline is back to work and once again juggling her film and music careers.


Caroline Munro Filmography @ IMDB