Elizabeth "Eliza" Montgomery is a guest character in Season 1 of K.C. Undercover. She is the President's daughter and a college student.

She is portrayed by Mckaley Miller.


K.C. is assigned to Eliza as her bodyguard and secret service agent. However, K.C. begins to grow closer to Eliza and sees that she is more than just a party girl.


Eliza is very social and outgoing, earning the title "The West Wing Wild Child." She doesn't do very well in school and acts out instead in an attempt to be noticed by her father.

Character History

She has been kicked out of three different colleges and regularly ditches any secret service agents that are assigned to her.

Physical Appearance

Eliza has brown hair with blonde highlights, brown eyes and fair skin. She wears either skirts or dresses throughout the episode, "First Friend".


The President of the United States (Her father)

Eliza rarely spends time with her father due to his job, which led her to be more rebellious in an attempt to be noticed by him. After the kidnap attempt, she reportedly talked with her father and decided to focus more on her studies.

Other Relationships

K.C. Cooper

K.C. goes undercover to protect Eliza as her secret service agent. They grow closer until Eliza finds out that K.C. is really working as her secret service agent, believing that their relationship is entirely a lie. They make up after K.C. saves Eliza from a pair of kidnappers.

Marisa Miller

Marisa, who Eliza knows as Clarissa, befriended Eliza over their love for partying.


Season 1


  • The crossover episode, All Howls Eve made Eliza's existence a paradox, in that the current president of most shows on the Disney Channel at the time of that episode is confirmed to be Barack Obama (as evidenced by the appearance of Barack Obama impersonator Reggie Brown on "I Didn't Do It" and "Austin and Ally", and Michelle Obama's appearance on "Jessie"), who has no college aged daughter named "Eliza".

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  • Is Trudy Eliza's sister?

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    • are they really sister in the K. C . undercover show
    • I don't know for certain, I don't think it was ever discussed onscreen. Given that Eliza is attending college, the probability is h...