Caroline Mortimer (born 12 March 1942) is a British actress.
Caroline Mortimer is the daughter of the novelist Penelope Mortimer from her first marriage to the journalist Charles Dimont and the stepdaughter of the playwright Sir John Mortimer. She was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Her television credits include: 1965's A Little Temptation, in which she co-starred with Denholm Elliott and Barbara Jefford, 1966's Intrigue, an industrial espionage series in which she played Val, the hero's assistant/girlfriend, The Saint ("The Organisation Man", 1968), Menace, Spy Trap and The Death of Adolf Hitler. In 1974 she played Alice Vavasor in six episodes of The Pallisers. Her other television work includes Within These Walls, Looking For Clancy, Marked Personal, Space: 1999, The Cleopatras (1983) and an appearance as Emily Murray in one episode of the 1991 mini-seriesThe House of Eliott.
In the 1960s she had a relationship with the married actor Leslie Phillips. She married the actor John Bennett in 1979. They had two sons, one of whom is deceased. Her husband died in April, 2005.
- Saturday Night Out (1964) - Marlene
- A Place for Lovers (1968) - Maggie
- The McKenzie Break (1970) - A.T.S. Sgt. Bell
- The Hireling (1973) - Connie
- Juggernaut (1974) - Susan McLeod
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- Caroline Mortimer on IMDb
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