Serena Gordon

Serena Gordon Biography

Serena Gordon as Caroline the Bond girl in GoldenEye

Serena Gordon, born on 3 September 1963 in London, is an English actress best known for her role in James Bond film GoldenEye (1995), and as Acting Superintendent Amanda Prosser long running role in British police show The Bill.

Throughout her career, Gordon has appeared in numerous TV, film and theatre productions and has proven her versatility as an actress.

Serena Gordon made her film debut in 1987 as Gladys Olcott in Maurice, before starring alongside Rick Mayal in The New Statesman.


She shot to stardom in 1995 when she was cast as MI6 psychological and psychiatric evaluator, Caroline. She is only in the movie for a few brief moments, but after being seduced by Bond she became the first Bond girl in the new 007 Pierce Brosnan era.

Gordon’s other film appearances include Diana & Me (1997), For My Baby (1997), Tom’s Midnight Garden (1999), and The House of Mirth (2000). She made her US television debut in 1987 in Queenie and has since appeared in numerous TV series, movies, and miniseries on both sides of the Atlantic. These include Kinsey, The House of Windsor, Other People’s Children, Riders, The Shell Seekers, Tumbledown, The Master Blackmailer, and Aristocrats.

In addition to her work on screen, Serena Gordon has also made numerous stage appearances, making her stage debut in 1985 as Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Some of her other notable stage roles include Diana Messerschmann in Ring ‘Round the Moon, Diana Rivers in Jane Eyre, and Elizabeth in The Circle.