Lise Hilboldt (born January 7, 1954, Racine, Wisconsin) is an American actress. She had a leading role in the romantic comedy film Sweet Liberty (1986), co-starring with writer-director Alan Alda and Michael Caine, and was featured in Noon Wine (1985). She appeared in S.O.S. Titanic (1979), Ike (1979), the UK TV series A Married Man (1983, with Anthony Hopkins), The Hunger (1983), George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation (1986), The Karen Carpenter Story (1989), and Nancy Astor (1982) with Pierce Brosnan. She has a small role in the film Superman (1978). She co-starred with Ken Howard in the PBS feature adaptation of Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson. Hilboldt guest-starred opposite Martin Shaw in an episode of The Professionals titled "A Hiding to Nothing". She played the part of a terrorist who gets close to Doyle. She had a co-starring role as a nightclub singer in the 1983 episode "The King in Yellow" of the HBO series Philip Marlowe, Private Eye, which starred Powers Boothe.