BLISS, CAROLINE

Entry Source: The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin


Statuesque blond actress, and the granddaughter of composer Sir Arthur Bliss, who made her debut as the new Miss Moneypenny—M's proud but love-starved secretary—in The Living Daylights. She returned to that role in Licence to Kill (1989). Bliss made her film debut on ABC Television in 1982 as Princess Diana in "Charles and Diana, a Royal Love Story."