Caroline Munro is an English actress and pin-up model. She began her career as a fashion model, her mother and a photographer friend submitted her photos in a ‘Face of the Year’ competition for the British newspaper ‘The Evening News’ and she won the competition. Munro landed her first job at Vogue Magazine when she was seventeen. She moved to London to pursue top modeling jobs. She became a major cover girl for fashion and television commercials.
Caroline Munro made her film debut in 1967 with an uncredited role in ‘Casino Royale’. She portrayed the role of Richard Widmark’s daughter in the comedy film ‘A Talent for Loving (1969)’. After many unsuccessful attempts, she moved to Hammer Films. Munro performed very well and she showed her talent in several movies and became a full-fledged actress. She was the only actress to have been signed to a contract with Hammer Films.
In 1977, Munro played the role of Naomi in James Bond series film ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. Her casting was inspired by an advertisement campaign she had made. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, she worked in many British and European horror and science fiction films. She also hosted the Yorkshire Television game show 3-2-1. In 2018, she appeared in n the horror film ‘House of the Gorgon’. She also tried her luck in music and recorded a number of singles with her husband Judd Hamilton in the 1970s. In 1984, she collaborated with Gary Numan for the single “Pump Me Up”.
Caroline Munro married singer Judd Hamilton in 1970 and the marriage lasted for twelve years. In 1990, she married film director George Dugdale and the couple has two daughters, Georgina Dugdale, Iona Dugdale.
Here below are some stunning photos of Beautiful and young Caroline Munro from her life and career.