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Cassandra Harris, Molly Peters and now her.
I guess it depends if you include secondary Bond girls. Angela Scoular for example.
Ah of course, that's 5 :(
Sorry, don't misunderstand. The thread is for everyone involved in whatever capacity. The discussion about secondary Bond girls resulted from BAIN's point about how may Bond girls had passed away.
I met her at one too, beautiful lady inside and out.
Personally I'd defer to Mie in YOLT as she played the iconic Fleming Bond Girl and ultimately the main love interest.
Of the lead Bond Girls, Honor Blackman has got to be the oldest.
Blackman is 92
Zena Marshall is another Bond Girl who has passed. She played Miss Taro in DN. She died in 2009.
DN might be the first Bond film in which two identifiable Bond Girls (character with name & actress credit) have passed.
ie Marshall and Gayson
Actually, DN isn't the first film to have lost two Bond Girls
There is also OHMSS which has lost
Angela Scoular as Ruby
Virginia North as Olympe
Julie Ege as Scandinavian Angel of Death
Mona Chong as Chinese AofD
The other angels appear to all still be alive, most in their '70s.
This has piqued my interest. I think I will research all of the films especially the oldest
For the record, this isn't the YOLT singer!
R.I.P. Robert Dix Forbidden Planet and Live and Let Die two great movies.
(Sorry, couldn't resist!)
No need to act like Dix.
"While in New Orleans doing research for a movie about Cajun customs, Dix discovered that Roger Moore, a buddy from his days at MGM, was there filming Live and Let Die (1973). After a night on the town, the 007 star put Dix to work in an uncredited role as an FBI agent who gets knifed and then placed in a casket during a Bourbon Street parade."
I wonder is the actor that stabbed him still alive?