James Bond

James Bond 007 is a fictional character created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short story collections. The character has also been used in the longest running and most financially successful English-language film franchise to date, starting in 1962 with Dr. No.
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James Bond (Sean Connery)

Actor: Sean Connery

Before James Bond, Sean Connery was a little-known actor at the start of his career. He had some starring roles but suffered from continual miscasting. By the time he finally left the EON produced Bond series after Diamonds Are Forever (1971), he was both a household name and an actor of international repute.
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Honey Rider - Dr. No

Actor: Ursula Andress

Honeychile Ryder is widely regarded as the first Bond Girl, although she is not the first woman in the film to be with Bond (that distinction belongs to Sylvia Trench, while Miss Taro was Bond's first mission-related "conquest"). Her entrance in the film, emerging from the ocean in a white bikini with two large sea shells, while the sun shines on her wet blonde hair, is considered a classic James Bond moment and is one of the most popular scenes in cinematic history. As an homage, Halle Berry performed a similar scene in an orange bikini in the 20th James Bond film, Die Another Day. Mariah Carey also refers to this scene in the music video for her song "Honey."
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Tatiana Romanova

Actor: Daniela Bianchi

Tatiana Romanova is introduced as a corporal in Soviet Army Intelligence, assigned to work in the Soviet Embassy in Istanbul as a cipher clerk. Her superiors plan to sow dissent in the intelligence community by murdering and discrediting a significant figure in western intelligence. This was to be achieved by the murder of James Bond.

Her commanding officer is Rosa Klebb — in the screenplay adaptation, she is secretly an agent for SPECTRE — who manipulates her into believing that she is on an important mission for her country, when she is in fact merely a pawn in the terrorist organization's latest bid to destroy the British Secret Service.

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Pussy Galore

Actor: Honor Blackman

Pussy Galore is a fictional character in the Ian Fleming James Bond novel Goldfinger and the later film by the same name. In the film, she is played by Honor Blackman.
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Dominique Derval

Actor: Claudine Auger

Dominique Derval, known simply as Domino, is a fictional character and the main Bond girl in the 1965 James Bond film, Thunderball, portrayed by French actress Claudine Auger.
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Actor: Akiko Wakabayashi

Aki is a fictional character created for the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice. In it, Aki, played by Akiko Wakabayashi, is a young female ninja agent with the fictional Japanese government agency Secret Intelligence Service (SIS). She aids James Bond against the SPECTRE in Japan until she is killed by an assassin who is trying to kill Bond, upon which she is replaced by her fellow agent Kissy Suzuki.
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Tiffany Case

Actor: Jill St. John

Tiffany Case is a fictional character in the James Bond novel and film Diamonds Are Forever. For the 1971 film she was portrayed by Jill St. John. In the film it is stated that she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, Tiffany & Co., where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands, to which Bond dryly jokes that she was lucky that it hadn't happened at Van Cleef & Arpels.
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James Bond (David Niven)

Actor: David Niven

Playing James Bond, a legendary British secret agent forced out of retirement to fight SMERSH in Casino Royale, David Niven had, in fact, been Ian Fleming's preference for the part of James Bond, EON Productions, however, chose Sean Connery for their series. In a documentary included with the U.S. DVD of the 1967 release of Casino Royale, Val Guest states that Ian Fleming had written the book with David Niven in mind. When the novel was published, Fleming sent a copy to Niven, who for a time considered making Casino Royale into an episode of Four Star Playhouse. David Niven is the only James Bond actor who is mentioned by name in the text of Fleming's James Bond novels: In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Bond visits an exclusive ski resort in Switzerland where he is told that David Niven is a frequent visitor, and in You Only Live Twice, David Niven is referred to as the only real gentleman in Hollywood.
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James Bond (George Lazenby)

Actor: George Lazenby

Although only playing 007 on one occasion, George Lazenby brought to the role a younger more physical James Bond in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service(1969), undoubtedly one of the best films in the series. Playing Bond allowed George Lazenby to move from a career in advertising and straight into the movies.
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Teresa Bond

Actor: Dame Diana Rigg

Teresa "Tracy" Bond (born Teresa "Tracy" Draco, and also known as the Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo) is a fictional character and the main Bond girl in the James Bond film and novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the only Bond girl to actually marry 007. In the film version of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Tracy was played by actress Diana Rigg.
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James Bond (Roger Moore)

Actor: Roger Moore

Although Roger Moore's name was mentioned in the original Bond casting search, his commitment to the TV series The Saint precluded him from being seriously considered for the role. But he did eventually take over from Sean Connery in 1973. Moore brought a new lightweight attitude to the role of 007, although older than Connery, he brought a youthful charm to the part.
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Actor: Jane Seymour

Solitaire is a fictional character and the main Bond girl in the film Live and Let Die. She is a seer is service to Bond's foe.
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Mary Goodnight

Actor: Britt Ekland

In 1974 Mary Goodnight appeared in the film adaptation of The Man with the Golden Gun as an inexperienced field operative. She was portrayed by Britt Ekland.
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Anya Amasova

Actor: Barbara Bach

Major Anya Amasova (aka Agent XXX) is a fictional character in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, portrayed by Barbara Bach. In the film, Amasova is an agent of the KGB.
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Holly Goodhead

Actor: Lois Chiles

Dr. Holly Goodhead is a character from the film Moonraker. In the film, her role was played by actress Lois Chiles.
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Judy/Melina Havelock

Actor: Carold Bouquet

Judy Havelock is a fictional character in the James Bond short story "For Your Eyes Only" that is included in the eponymous anthology written by Ian Fleming.

Havelock was featured in the 1981 film adaptation of the story, but her name was changed to Melina Havelock. She was played by French actress Carole Bouquet.

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James Bond (Timothy Dalton)

Actor: Timothy Dalton

Out went the humour and in came a more serious 007 in a style more imagined by author Ian Fleming. James Bond was now living on the edge.
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James Bond (Pierce Brosnan)

Actor: Pierce Brosnan

After a six-year absence from the cinema screens due to legal wrangles, James Bond bounced back in 1995 with Brosnan as 007 in the phenomenally successful GoldenEye.

Brosnan had been considered for the role of James Bond before but lost the part to Timothy Dalton when he could not get out of his contract with the television series Remington Steele.

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James Bond (Daniel Craig)

Actor: Daniel Craig

Daniel Craig is the sixth actor to portray James Bond, starting with Casino Royale and is slated to star as James Bond for the next 3 Bond films.

After 18 long months of speculation for a Brosnan successor, it was announced that he had the role on the HMS President in London on October 14, 2005. Craig admits he found out that he was playing Bond in a Baltimore Supermarket. Barbra Broccoli called him and simple said "Over to you, kiddo."

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Odd Job

Actor: Harold Sakata

Oddjob is a henchman to the villain Auric Goldfinger in the film and novel. In the film he was played by the Hawaiian actor Harold Sakata.

Oddjob (along with Jaws) is the strongest character in the Bond series. He is superior in unarmed combat skills to Bond in both film and novel, and therefore must be killed by application of superior cunning (by uncontrolled decompression in the book and electrocution in the film).

The character of Oddjob, from his unusual appearance, manners, strength and method of killing, forms the archetype for many privileged senior henchmen of the Bond film series, including Tee Hee, Jaws, Gobinda, Stamper, Renard and Zao.

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Actor: Richard Kiel

Jaws is a fictional assassin in the James Bond films The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979), plus some later video games. He gets his nickname from his trademark steel teeth. These are capable of biting through a wide variety of materials, and Jaws prefers to kill his victims by biting through their jugular. The character was played in both films by actor Richard Kiel.