75 Most Beautiful James Bond Girls
It’s hard to name all of the girls James Bond had without doing any research. Perhaps you don’t have time for it so I did this job for you. I spent almost three weeks compiling this list and here you have it – 75 most beautiful James Bond girls. Sure, there are more than 75 girls but some of them are so minor that I decided to skip them. Enjoy learning about each of James Bond girls and let me know about your favorite ones.
1. Honey Ryder
Fans surely remember beautiful Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress, Swiss, movie “Dr. No”, 1962) appearing out of the Caribbean Sea in a white bikini. The image of a warrioress, underlined by a large hunting knife at her side, is wonderfully combined with her tenderness and elegance. Her character definitely gave the lead to all girls to come in Bondiana.
2. Sylvia Trench
Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson, English, movie “Dr. No”, 1962, “From Russia with Love”, 1963) played Bond’s girlfriend in the first two episodes. She’s famous for the manner she has introduced herself in one of the scenes of “Dr. No” — “Trench. Sylvia Trench” — which later has been adopted by Agent 007, and now known as “Bond. James Bond”.
3. Miss Taro
Miss Taro (Zena Marshall, English, movie “Dr. No”, 1962) belonged to those ladies who tried to kill Bond. Being the under-cover agent of Dr. No, she worked at government house in Kingston, Jamaica. Her main role was to tuck up secret files that somehow concerned Dr. No and his underground lair at Crab Key Island. Miss Taro used all her charm to entice Bond into her house, where the assassin was waiting for him. However, 007 scented trouble and avoided pitfalls by sending his men to arrest wily woman and laying a trap for the assassin in return.
4. Tatiana Romanova
Tatiana Romanova (Daniela Bianchi, Italian, movie “From Russia with Love”, 1963) worked as the Corporal of State Security in the Soviet Union. She was hooked by Rosa Klebb to lure Agent 007 into Istanbul, where they should steal a Lektor decoding machine and escape. Though, she didn’t know Rosa sent there a killer to get rid of the “sweet couple” before they ran away. Fortunately, an attempt on their lives failed and the pair escaped on train.
Zora (Martine Beswick, English, movie “From Russia with Love”, 1963) was one of two girls, who were fighting to the death at a gypsy camp. James Bond witnessed that fight as he was invited to the camp by its leader and the Head of Station in Istanbul, Kerim Bey. Zora was not the last role of Martine Beswick in Bondiana, and she played another Bond girl 3 years later in “Thunderball”.
Vida (Aliza Gur, Israeli, movie “From Russia with Love”, 1963) was the girl engaged in the fight over a man with Zora. Though, they couldn’t get the winner because of a killer attack on the Kerim Bey that was luckily averted by Bond. In return, the camp’s leader thanked 007 for saving him and honoured his request to end up girls’ scuffle.
7. Pussy Galore
One of the original Ian Fleming’s characters from the novel was Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman, English, movie “Goldfinger”, 1964), who managed a flying circus of female pilots. Auric Goldfinger intended to break in to the gold vault of Fort Knox. The problem with soldiers who watched over it, he decided to solve hiring Ms. Galore’s pilots, who were supposed to gas them from the air.
8. Jill Masterson
Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton, English, movie “Goldfinger”, 1964) was the second-hand of Auric Goldfinger. She helped him to cheat at cards with the help of an ear piece and binoculars. As soon as Bond discovered the truth about Goldfinger’s luck at gambling he convinced Jill to blackmail him into losing his money. Unfortunately for Masterson, Goldfinger has no desire to give it an easy ride and she paid with her life for the betrayal. Next morning Bond found her breathless body entirely covered in gold paint.
9. Tilly Masterson
When Tilly Masterson (Tania Mallet, English, movie “Goldfinger”, 1964) got to know her sister Jill is dead, she made up her mind to take revenge on Auric Goldfinger. Without the smallest skills in shooting, she wasted her chance to make Goldfinger pay his dues. Her second try was averted by Bond, who kept an eye on her since her first attempt. As a result, both of them were chased by Goldfinger’s people, and Tilly suffered the same fate as her sister.
Bonita (Nadja Regin, Serbian, movie “Goldfinger”, 1964) was a perfect honeytrap for Agent 007, and falling for her could cost him the life. Bond crossed the road to a heroin baron by completely spoiling his plans. A visit to Bonita and having a bath with her should be an icing on the cake for him before leaving, but everything went haywire. 007 noticed the reflection in Bonita’s eyes and that saved him from killer’s attack.
A small role of the pool-side masseuse Dink, who was massaging Agent 007, before Felix Leiter arrived. Actually, she had to play Jill Masterson and she did in the title sequence and pre-release advertising. But then the producers changed their mind and gave that role to Shirley Eaton. Nolan had nothing to do but be satisfied with a little and accept the part of Dink.
12. Domino Derval
When Bond found out that SPECTE agent Emilio Largo had killed the brother of his girlfriend Domino Derval (Claudine Auger, French, movie “Thunderball”, 1965), he decided it could probably play right into his hands to get in good with her. He did his best and assured Domino to join his side against Largo.
13. Paula Caplan
Paula Caplan was the second role for Martine Beswick (English, movie “Thunderball”, 1965), who had previously played Zora in “From Russia with Love”. That time her character was Bond’s liaison in Nassau. The meeting of Bond and Domino Derval became possible after Paula’s help. But she didn’t manage to avoid observation of SPECTRE agents and preferred to die taking a cyanide pill rather than being tortured by them.
14. Fiona Volpe
Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi, Italian, movie “Thunderball”, 1965) was Bond’s henchwoman. She helped him luring men into traps. If to compare Fiona with henchmen in Bondiana she was more efficient as well as more courageous than many of them. She caught a packet addressed to Bond as he quickly spun around while they were dancing.
15. Patricia Fearing
Bond met Patricia Fearing (Molly Peters, English, movie “Thunderball”, 1965), taking medical treatment at the Shrublands health clinic. She worked there as a nurse, and very soon 007 won the sympathy of her. They spent unforgettable night together that helped him get better.
16. Mademoiselle La Porte
During SPECTRE agent Jacques Bouvar’s funeral, Mlle. La Porte (Maryse Guy Mitsuoko, French, movie “Thunderball”, 1965) informed Bond that he perished in his sleep. At parting she asked if there was anything else French station could do for Monsieur Bond, but 007 replied “Later, perhaps.”
17. Kissy Suzuki
James Bond got married to Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama, Japanese, movie “You Only Live Twice”, 1967), a ninja who worked for the Japanese secret service. It was a dumby wedding ceremony and 007 had to disguise himself as a Japanese fisherman by undergoing surgery. That helped the pair to explore the village without bringing themselves to notice.
Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi, Japanese, movie “You Only Live Twice”, 1967) was another representative of the Japanese secret service. She worked as a senior agent directly under service’s leader Tiger Tanaka. Many times Aki rescued Bond’s life. Though, she didn’t manage to protect herself and was accidently poisoned by a killer who intended to poison Bond.
Ling (Tsai Chin, Chinese, movie “You Only Live Twice”, 1967) appeared in the opening scenes of the film, lying in bed with Agent 007. Before two gunmen interfered in their conversation and entered the room to kill Bond, she took care of the situation and helped him to throw off his pursuers by staging his death.
20. Helga Brandt
In “You Only Live Twice” the producers wanted to create a successful woman character very similar to the image of Fiona Volpe. That’s why Helga Brandt (Karin Dor, German, “You Only Live Twice”, 1967) very much resembles her predecessor. Being a SPECTRE agent, Helga made Bond believe, she was in love with him and ready to come down to his side. However, as she failed to kill him the next morning, she was doomed to die. Despite all her beauty and charm, the head of SPECTRE Blofeld was pitiless towards Helga Brandt and dropped her into a pool swarming with piranha fish.
21. Teresa di Vicenzo
Teresa di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg, English, movie “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, 1969) started in the film as a troubled and suicidal girl, who was likely rescued by Agent 007. Bond couldn’t resist her allurement and gradually fell in love with her. Till the end of the film they got married, but, unfortunately, their happiness didn’t last very long, as Tracy was killed by Ernst Stavro Blofeld, when they stopped at a roadside to throw away the flowers from the car.
22. Ruby Bartlett
Ruby Bartlett (Angela Scoular, English, movie “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, 1969) made her first appearance in the film at Blofeld’s clinic in Switzerland, where she was undergoing allergy treatment. In fact, she was one of twelve girls, whom Blofeld meant to use as “Angels of Death”. Ruby was hypnotized to spread deadly virus around the country. She met Bond at the clinic, when he was on a mission under the name of Sir Hillary Bray. As she was forbidden to mention her room number, she wrote it on his thigh using the lipstick, expecting to see Bond as soon as possible.
Nancy (Catherine Schell, Hungarian, movie “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, 1969) became a real surprise for Bond, when he found her to his room after visiting Ruby Bartlett. Agent 007 was able to take an advantage of being the only man at Blofeld’s clinic.
24. Tiffany Case
Jill St. John played the role of a diamond smuggler Tiffany Case (American, movie “Diamonds Are Forever”, 1971). Tiffany was a part of smugglers’ pipeline which went directly to Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Bond took the diamonds, she expected to get from the courier Peter Franks, for himself, and his involvement saved her from being murdered.
25. Plenty O’Toole
Plenty O’Toole (Lana Wood, American, movie “Diamonds Are Forever”, 1971) never hesitated to use her natural beauty for her own benefit. She loved fast buck and was a real adventuress from Las Vegas. When the man that Plenty was interested in lost all of his money playing craps, she switched to James Bond. Luckily for her, 007 won 50 grands and she decided to go back to his suite. But her plans were foiled by Bond’s girlfriend Tiffany Case, who was waiting there for him.
Bambi (Lola Larson, American, movie “Diamonds Are Forever”, 1971) was the name of one of two girls that kept an eye on Willard Whyte, who was imprisoned at Blofeld’s villa in Las Vegas. Bond had no choice but to fight with them as he came to rescue Whyte.
Thumper (Tina Parks, American, movie “Diamonds Are Forever”, 1971) was the mate of Bambi. The girls used all martial art skills they had to spot Bond but he managed to take the situation under control. When they pushed him into the pool, 007 literary felt himself like a duck to water, and forced Bambi and Thumper to give up and tell him where they kept Whyte.
Bond met Marie (Denise Perrier, French, movie “Diamonds Are Forever”, 1971) in Cairo, where he hopefully came to find Blofeld and take revenge on him for the death of his wife. Marie had information that could possibly lead 007 to his foe. It’s worth mentioning the conversation was far away from a pleasant one for the girl, as Bond took off her bra and began to strangle her with it. However, he got what he needed.
Solitaire (Jane Seymour, English, movie “Live and Let Die”, 1973) worked for heroin baron Dr. Kananga. She had a genius for reading tarot cards and helped him to avoid traps from his enemies. But there was a nuance about her psychic gift — she must remain a virgin in order to preserve her powers. Her meeting with Bond had a decisive impact on her further destiny as they became lovers and she lost her powers to foreshow the future.
30. Rosie Carver
Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry, American, movie “Live and Let Die”, 1973) played a double game for the CIA and for Dr. Kananga. She came to Bond’s hotel room and assured him she could show the place where agent Bains had been killed. When they had a picnic together, Bond opened the kimono that he was acknowledged of her working for Kananga. Rosie decided it was time to leave and ran away from him, but a bullet from Kananga’s henchman found her a few moments later.
31. Miss Caruso
Early in the morning M came to Bond’s house to announce an urgent mission. He didn’t know that Agent 007 was in the company of a woman. It was Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith, English, movie “Live and Let Die”, 1973), the agent of the Italian Secret Service, with whom Bond returned from the previous mission in Rome. M congratulated him on handling the “Roman affair”, but put emphasis on the fact Miss Caruso was missing. However, Bond and his beautiful Italian colleague managed to keep their little secret.
32. Mary Goodnight
Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland, Swedish, movie “The Man with the Golden Gun”, 1974) assisted Bond in Hong Kong. Mary informed 007 where Miss Anders was staying. She strongly desired Bond, but when they finally stayed together at his hotel room, the appearance of Andrea Anders spoiled everything. Later on, Mary was kidnapped by Scaramanga, who kept her on his island. When Bond saved her from the hands of the villain, Goodnight managed to finish what she started with Bond aboard Chinese Dhow.
33. Andrea Anders
Andrea Anders (Maud Adams, Swedish, movie “The Man with the Golden Gun”, 1974) was Scaramanga’s mistress. When Bond received a golden bullet engraved with 007 on its side, he found out it was Miss Anders who sent that warning to alert him of danger. It turned out she hoped Agent 007 would set her free from Scaramanga as well. Miss Anders spent a night with Bond in his hotel room. Unfortunately, it was fatal mistake for her, as Scaramanga discovered that and paid her back with a bullet into her heart.
Saida (Carmen du Sautoy, English, movie “The Man with the Golden Gun”, 1974) worked as belly dancer in Beirut. She had a love affair with Agent 002, Bill Fairbanks, who was shot by Scaramanga. After Fairbanks’ death she was wearing that exact bullet in her belly button. Bond tried to steal the bullet as it could lead him to Scaramanga’s lair. His first attempt to get it with his hand was a complete failure, but then he decided to use all his charm and dexterity and began to kiss her belly, moving closer and closer to her navel. Bond managed to suck out the bullet, but suddenly he was hit from behind by the group of men who had been observing him since came to club. That unexpected stroke caused 007 to swallow the bullet.
35. Chew Mee
Paying a visit to Hai Fat, Bond met Chew Mee (Francoise Therry, French, movie “The Man with the Golden Gun”, 1974) when she was swimming in his pool. She was stark-naked and James couldn’t refuse her sweet invitation to join her. But as soon as he began to unbutton his shirt, Hai Fat arrived.
36. Anya Amasova
Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach, American, movie “The Spy Who Loved Me”, 1977) was a KGB agent. M16 and KGB agreed to cooperate and to find out the reasons their submarines were being stolen while at sea. During the film, Bond and Anya, being representatives from their services accordingly, had the same missions and came across together all the time. At first, there was kind of a competition between them. But then they realized that both fell in love with each other.
37. Log Cabin Girl
Log Cabin Girl was an unnamed KGB agent, portrayed by Sue Vanner (English, movie “The Spy Who Loved Me”, 1977). The girl and Bond were making love in a log cabin on the top of the French Alps. When they lied on the fur rug, he got a telex message from M16 ordering him to come back to their Headquarters. As soon as Bond left the log cabin, the girl informed about it to KGB agent Sergei Barsov over her pocket radio transmitter.
Naomi (Caroline Munro, English, movie “The Spy Who Loved Me”, 1977) was a personal helicopter pilot of Karl Stromberg. Having an extraordinary outlook of a bikini, high heels and a transparent coat, she arrived at the hotel, where Bond and Anya Amasova stopped, to escort them to Stomberg’s residence Atlantis. However, Stromberg knew all the truth about the agents, that’s why he ordered to kill them after the meeting. Bond was greatly surprised, escaping from danger with Anya on his Lotus Esprit, to see Naomi piloting the helicopter that was trying to gun them down. But it didn’t spot him to aim a ground-to air missile and fire it in the copter.
Felicca (Olga Bisera, Bosnian, movie “The Spy Who Loved Me”, 1977) was a honeytrap for Bond, when he came to see Aziz Fekkesh. Felicca told 007 that Mr. Fekkesh would get back a little bit later, and she was about to entertain him for all that time. When they began to kiss she noticed Sandor, Fekkesh’s henchman, targeting his gun at Bond. The moment he shot she spun around and covered Agent 007 with her spine, taking a bullet instead of him.
40. Holly Goodhead
Another one Bond’s lover was a CIA agent Holly Goodhead (Lois Chiles, American, movie “Moonraker”, 1979). She worked undercover as an astronaut for Drax Corporation. In keeping with the best traditions of Bond, they spent a night together and then met again at the top of Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio. When they were on the cable car, Jaws tried to kill them and that very moment Bond discovered Holly was an agent. Looking the death in the eye, the two managed to save their lives and the whole human race as well, when they went to space and destroyed Drax’s globes containing the toxin that were sent towards Earth.
41. Corinne Dufour
Being a personal pilot and assistant of Hugo Drax, Corinne Dufour (Corinne Clery, French, movie “Moonraker”, 1979) guided Bond through Drax’s estate. After visiting her bedroom and seducing her, 007 got all the information she knew, moreover, he sneaked into Drax’s study, while she was sleeping. When Corinne woke up and found him investigating her boss office, she asked him to get out of there. Her appearance in the Drax’s study wasn’t left without notice of Chang, Drax’s henchman, who informed him of that. As a result, Dufour was fired for the reason of being involved in Bond’s safe breaking affair. Unfortunately for her, it wasn’t the worst of the news that morning. When leaving Drax, suddenly, she was attacked by his trained dogs that took her life.
Manuela (Emily Bolton, Brazilian, movie “Moonraker”, 1979) was a Brazilian intelligence liaison, who welcomed James Bond to Rio. Without further ado, the two spent a whole day together making love. In the evening, Manuela showed Bond the warehouse of Carlos & Wilmsberg Company, the exporter of Hugo Drax’s chemical weapons. After Jaws’ unsuccessful attempt to kill her when she was guarding Bond at the warehouse, 007 gave her an opportunity to come around the next day. Though, she didn’t appear in the film again.
43. Apollo Jet Hostess
Apollo Jet Hostess (Leila Shenna, Moroccan, movie “Moonraker”, 1979) and the pilot hijacked Bond’s private plane, intending to stage a crash that would cost 007 his life. To Bond’s greatest surprise, as soon as she gave him a sweet kiss everything had changed and she aimed the gun on him. Then the hostess passed the gun to the pilot who shot the plane’s controls but was pushed out of the plane by 007 the next moment. Bond skydived after him without the parachute and, however, managed to get the one from the pilot. The further fate of the hostess left unknown.
44. Melina Havelock
Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet, French, movie “For Your Eyes Only”, 1981) was the only child in the family of Iona and Timothy Havelock, who worked as operatives for British secret Service. As they were killed by henchman Hector Gonzales, Melina swore to take revenge on him. She kept her promise and shot him firing an arrow from a crossbow. A bit later on, she cooperated with Bond trying to find the person who ordered the hit.
45. Bibi Dahl
Bibi Dahl (Lynn-Holly Johnson, American, movie “For Your Eyes Only”, 1981) was a promising ice-skater who spent most of her time preparing for the upcoming Olympic Games. Being a financial investment of Aris Kristatos, she became acquainted with Bond, when he came to ice rink in Cortina to meet her sponsor. Bibi fell for 007, but he couldn’t love her back because of her young age.
46. Countess Lisl von Schlaf
Lisl von Schlaf (Cassandra Harris, Australian, movie “For Your Eyes Only”, 1981) was Milos Columbo’s mistress. They intentionally quarreled at a casino in Corfu to attract Bond’s attention, who was posing a Journalist at that time. 007 looked sold, and he spent a wonderful night together with Lisl. The next morning, when the couple was strolling along the beach, they were attacked by Locque, the henchman of Kristatos, who knocked Lisl down with a buggy. That was a fatal attempt and she was killed instantly.
Octopussy (Maud Adams, Swedish, movie “Octopussy”, 1983) was a jewel smuggler who ran her own circus. She dealt with Kamal Khan, but unexpectedly he played fast and loose stealing the jewellery for himself. When she met Bond it turned out that some years ago he had exposed her British father who was a traitor. But that reason wasn’t good enough to keep them from making love. After all, when Octopussy’s life was in danger, Bond saved her from the hands of Khan.
Magda (Kristina Wayborn, Swedish, movie “Octopussy”, 1983) was a ringmaster of the circus and the right-hand of Octopussy. As Bond stole the Faberge egg, Magda was sent to seduce him and steal the egg back. 007 allowed her to fulfill her task in order to follow her and catch a “bigger fish”. Later on, when Magda got to know about Khan’s betrayal she changed the sides and joined Bond.
Bianca (Tina Hudson, English, movie “Octopussy”, 1983) was Bond’s assistant in Latin America when he had to destroy a spy plane. Bond disguised himself with an artificial moustache to look like Colonel Toro as much as possible. Though, his plan failed and he was captured and drove away by Toro’s paratroopers. Witnessing that, Bianca didn’t hesitate to speed up her Jeep and distracted the guards with the beauty of her sexy legs. That gave Bond an opportunity to escape successfully.
50. Stacey Sutton
Stacey Sutton (Tanya Roberts, American, movie “A View To a Kill”, 1985) was a lucky granddaughter of an oil tycoon from California. Sutton Oil was a tidbit for billionaire Max Zorin who offered Stacey a check for $5 millions. However, she lost her company to Zorin despite the fact that she refused his money. When Zorin’s people came to Stacey to influence her decision Bond gave them the boot. At the end of the film, as the main foe was brought down, 007 and Sutton took a warm and passionate shower together.
51. May Day
May Day (Grace Jones, Jamaican, movie “A View To a Kill”, 1985) was Max Zorin’s lover. Being a very strong lady, she worked for Zorin as the head of all-female group of guards. She did several attempts to kill Bond but failed. When May Day realized Zorin double crossed her and left to die together with 007, she teamed up with him. Though, they managed to foil Zorin’s plan to flood out Silicon Valley, but it cost her life.
52. Kimberley Jones
Kimberley Jones (Mary Stävin, Swedish, movie “A View To a Kill”, 1985) was Bond’s assistant during his mission in Siberia. After he got a Microchip from Agent 003, who was killed, and flung off his pursuers, Bond successfully escaped with Kimberley on the submarine disguised as an iceberg. The two had a good time together on their way to Alaska, as it took them 5 days to reach there.
53. Pola Ivanova
Pola Ivanova (Fiona Fullerton, Nigerian, movie “A View To a Kill”, 1985) was a Soviet KGB agent. Being on the mission, she taped a conversation between Zorin and Bob Conley that was an incriminating argument against billionaire. Bond discovered that and tried to get the tape. As it turned out, they were acquainted from some previous missions, so the pair preferred a pleasant evening together in the spa rather that fighting. Somehow, Bond managed to swap Pola’s tape with a music cassette.
54. Kara Milovy
Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo, Dutch, movie “The Living Daylights”, 1987) was Georgi Koskov’s girlfriend. Bond went to meet with Koskov, as there was the information that the latter had an intention to defect from the Soviet Union. On his way, 007 noticed a sniper. It appeared that Koskov asked Kara to stage an attempt on his life. Bond assured Kara she was in bigger danger than her lover and helped her to escape from KGB in Bratislava. At the end of the film, Kara had a world tour playing the cello. She was so much disappointed when Bond didn’t come for the concert, but very soon she found him waiting for her in the dressing room.
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Linda (Kell Tyler, American, movie “The Living Daylights”, 1987) was a minor character in the film. She was a single woman, bored to the bone with the life on the Mediterranean and sick and tired of “playboys and tennis pros” surrounding her. All she needed was a real man. As soon as she told over the phone about her desire to her friend Margo, 007 parachuted onto her yacht as a gift from the sky.
56. Pam Bouvier
Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell, American, movie “Licence to Kill”, 1989) was a former army pilot and worked for CIA as an undercover courier for drug lord Frank Sanchez. Bond met her at a bar in Bimini but they were forced to leave as there appeared Dario, the killer who worked for Sanchez. After a successful escape and the time they spent together Pam posed herself as his secretary, helping to complete the mission.
57. Lupe Lamora
Lupe Lamora (Talisa Soto, American, movie “Licence to Kill”, 1989) was Sanchez’s girlfriend. When he found her cheating on him with another man, he ordered to kill her lover. When she met Bond, he tried to get the information of the Sanchez’s whereabouts. However, Lupe wanted Sanchez to be dead and was very grateful to 007 when he defeated him. Unfortunately for Lamora, Bond preferred Bouvier to her.
58. Natalya Simonova
Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco, Polish-Swedish, movie “GoldenEye”, 1995) worked as a programmer at the Severnaya space centre in Russia. She was the only one who survived after General Ourumov and Xenia Onatopp attacked the centre. Natalya told everything to her colleague Boris Grishenko, who actually teamed up with the attackers and turned her over to them. Being captured by Trevelyan, she met Bond and they both break away from the foes. At the end of the film, Natalya managed to destroy GoldenEye Satellite and save 007.
59. Xenia Onatopp
Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen, Dutch, movie “GoldenEye”, 1995) was a former Soviet fighter-pilot, who worked for Janus Crime Syndicate. She had sadistic sexual proclivities and was considered as the top killer in the Syndicate. Together with Ourumov she hijacked Tiger helicopter and then stole the controller for the GoldenEye satellite. Needless to say she tried to kill Bond several times, but he managed to avoid her attempts and became the winner of their struggle.
Caroline (Serena Gordon, English, movie “GoldenEye”, 1995) worked for M16. She was sent by M to evaluate Bond’s psychological well-being. 007 gave her a ride in his Aston Martin DB5, driving fast and recklessly. When Bond started to pursue Xenia Onatopp, Caroline ordered him to stop the car as it was the final nail in the coffin of her patience. Bond fulfilled her will and decided to clear the air somehow, that’s why he revealed a hidden bottle of chilled Bollinger and a rose. The evaluation results were excellent.
61. Wai Lin
Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh, Malaysian, movie “Tomorrow Never Dies”, 1997) was a Chinese spy in the rank of colonel. When she met Bond they realized they were working on the same case. At first, they felt suspicious for each other, but later on allied to investigate the disappearance of the secret material from People’s Liberation Army base and to kill Elliot Carven, who wanted to use that material in order to start a war between China and the United Kingdom. During the film they dammed up their feelings, but as soon as the mission was complete Bond and Wai Lin couldn’t stand it any longer and flied into passion.
62. Paris Carver
Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher, American, movie “Tomorrow Never Dies”, 1997) was the wife of the Elliot Carver. A few years before she got married she was Bond’s lover. As Elliot Carver appeared to be involved into the theft of the secret materials, 007 was given the task to get the information about him from Paris. She was happy at all to see him again and had no desire to help. But when Elliot Carver noticed them talking together and sent his henchman to kill Bond, Paris changed her mind. She came to Agent 007’s hotel room and gave him the information he needed. However, Carver was spying on his wife, and when she returned to her room his personal assassin was waiting there to kill her.
63. Inga Bergstrom
Inga Bergstrom (Cecilie Thomsen, Danish, movie “Tomorrow Never Dies”, 1997) was an Oxford University professor of Danish. The couple was making love when Miss Moneypenny called Bond over the phone. Unfortunately for both, 007 and Inga, he had to leave and their “language lesson” was over.
64. Christmas Jones
Denis Richards (American, movie “The World Is Not Enough”, 1999) played a nuclear physicist Dr. Christmas Jones. She encountered Bond in Kazakhstan, when he was posing as a Russian nuclear scientist at ICBM base. 007 saved her life after Renard stole a half quantity of plutonium from one of the devices and mined the missile silo. Bond and Jones teamed up against Renard and Elektra King and helped each other on different occasions. At the end of the movie, the two celebrated Christmas in Turkey.
65. Elektra King
Elektra King (Sophie Marceau, French, movie “The World Is Not Enough”, 1999) was the daughter of oil tycoon Sir Robert King. Being kidnapped as a teenager by Renard, her father refused to pay the ransom, and she became Renard’s lover. She couldn’t forgive her father’s betrayal and made up her mind to raze Istanbul to the ground with a nuclear explosion. Elektra was killed by Bond when she ordered Renard to proceed with their plan and demolish the city instead of telling him to stop everything.
66. Molly Warmflash
Molly Warmflash (Serena Scott Thomas, English, movie “The World Is Not Enough”, 1999) was a beautiful physician working for M16. She diagnosed Bond with a dislocated collar bone and advised him to take some rest from his job. But those words didn’t satisfy 007 at all and he seduced her, intending to have a “fit for duty” record in the report.
Jinx (Halle Berry, American, movie “Die Another Day”, 2002) was a NSA agent. She allied with Bond in order to investigate the ties of rogue North Korean agent Zao with Gustav Graves, diamond magnate. When they met on Los Organos Island in Cuba, the two went to Bond’s hotel room to get to know each other better. The following morning, she left the hotel and headed for the clinic where Zao was undergoing some therapy. However, Bond was in advance of her in finding North Korean agent, but the latter managed to escape from both of them.
68. Miranda Frost
Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike, English, movie “Die Another Day”, 2002) was a double agent working for M16 and for Gustav Graves. Pursuing Graves, Bond found out that it was Miranda who betrayed him in North Korea and her treachery cost him 14 months of imprisonment and torture at the hands of the North Koreans. 007 tried to kill her but failed realizing his gun was empty. Though, Miranda met her death later on at the hands of Jinx, who impaled a knife into her chest.
69. Peaceful Fountains of Desire
Peaceful Fountains of Desire (Rachel Grant, Filipino, movie “Die Another Day”, 2002) was a Chinese Intelligence operative who worked undercover as a masseuse at the Royal Rubyeon Hotel in Hong Kong. When Bond arrived to Hong Kong he decided to stay at that very hotel. Mr. Chang, who was the hotel manager and the old friend of Bond, roomed 007 in their Presidential suite. A few moments later, Peaceful Fountains appeared at Bond’s suite. He felt something to be wrong and threw an ashtray into a two-way mirror through which Mr. Chang was spying him.
70. Vesper Lynd
Vesper Lynd (Eva Green, French, movie “Casino Royale”, 2006) was a liaison agent from the HM Treasury. She was sent to monitor the usage of funds provided by M16 for Bond’s poker game with Le Chiffre. Nevertheless, Vesper was a double agent and worked for Quantum as well. Actually, she was forced to help them as they had kidnapped her boyfriend Yusef Kabira and were about to kill him if she refused to cooperate. She was involved in struggle between Bond and Steven Obanno and assisted 007 by knocking away the gun from his opponent. Vesper also saved Bond on different occasions, and very soon they fell deeply in love with each other. James even began to think of resigning from the service to live a happy life together with her. Though, he didn’t make it as she was taken by Quantum thugs as a hostage and then tragically died, locked inside the elevator.
71. Solange Dimitrios
Solange Dimitrios (Caterina Murino, Italian, movie “Casino Royale”, 2006) was the wife of Alex Dimitrios and one of Bond’s romantic interests. He won her husband’s Aston Martin DB5 at the poker table and offered her to spend a romantic night together at his rented villa. When they were at his place he got to know that Alex Dimitios was about to take the last flight to Miami and made up his mind to follow him without telling anything to Solange. But she left him on her own, while 007 was speaking over the phone. After Bond came back from Miami he discovered that Solange was sadistically tortured and killed by Quantum members.
72. Camille Montes
Camille Montes (Olga Kurylenko, French, movie “Quantum of Solace”, 2008) was a Bolivian Secret Service agent who was looking for an opportunity to take revenge on General Medrano. When she was a teen Medrano killed all her family in her sight. She tried to get closer to Medrano using his business partner Dominic Greene. However, she failed to fulfill her plan and decided to ally with Bond in order to make Medrano and Greene pay their dues.
73. Strawberry Fields
Strawberry Fields (Gemma Arterton, English, movie “Quantum of Solace”, 2008) worked for M16 at the British consulate in Bolivia. Though, she was assigned to keep an eye on Bond, who decided to work away from orders, she quickly realized that it’s better for her to help him. Fields gave an opportunity for 007 to leave, drawing the attention of Greene’s henchman Elvis to herself. When Bond came back he discovered that Fields had been found dead in the hotel room, lying naked on the bed and being covered from head to toe with oil.
Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe, French, movie “Skyfall”, 2012) was the representative of Raoul Silva. Bond first saw her when she was helping Patrice to kill an art dealer. Then he encountered her at a casino where they talked and he promised to get her out of that filthy world she belonged to. After that Bond joined Sévérine on the board of her yacht and the pair sailed to Silva’s base on Dead Island. When they arrived, 007 was taken to meet Silva, while Sévérine was severely beaten for her betrayal. At the end, Silva killed Sévérine with a headshot in Bond sight.
75. Bond’s Lover
Tonia Sotiropoulou (Greek, movie “Skyfall”, 2012) played the Unnamed Girl of Bond. She appeared only once at the beginning of “Skyfall” making love to him. Portraying a minor character, Tonia had a non-speaking part and that’s perhaps the most distinctive feature of the Unnamed Girl among other Bond Girls.
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One of the most interesting things about Bond movies is definitely the Bond girls. All of them are different and beautiful in their own way. I can’t say that I’m a big lover of Bond movies, but it was interesting to find out how many women he had. The list is a bit shocking. Did you ever watch Bond movies?