Quinn, Medicine Woman, for which she won a Golden Globe, as well as films like Wedding Crashers and Austenland.
Her character was a Soviet cipher clerk who was tasked with trapping agent 007, James Bond.
Paluzzi was swept up in the phenomenon of Bond, and the resulting fame kept her acting throughout the 1960s and 1970s, including a guest spot on Hawaii Five-O and films like The Klansman, The Two Faces of Fear, and her final film Deadly Chase.
Take a look at these glamorous photos to see the beauty of young Daniela Bianchi in the 1960s.
D'Abo portrayed the cello-playing sniper Kara Milovy in the 1987 James Bond movie The Living Daylights.
Though she never achieved much American success, her acting career continued in Europe, and she acted alongside fellow Bond girls Ursula Andress in Anyone Can Play and Barbara Bach in Black Belly of the Tarantula.
Her daughter is the acclaimed actress Rachael Stirling.
From Russia With Love 1963.