List of recurring actors and actresses in the James Bond film series

This section involves actors and actresses that have appeared physically (but not always characteristically) in the James Bond film series more than once. All productions of James Bond that these actors and actresses appear in all belong to EON Productions headed by Albert "Cubby" Broccoli and Harry Saltzman.

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M - Chief of Operations

Bernard Lee

Infobox actor
name = "Bernard Lee"


imagesize = 200px
caption = Lee as M in "The Man with the Golden Gun".
birthname = Bernard Lee
birthdate = birth date|1908|1|10|df=y
location = London, England
deathdate = death date and age|1981|1|16|1908|1|10|df=y
deathplace = London, England
height = 6' (1.83m)
othername =
homepage =
notable role = M in various "James Bond" movies.
academyawards =
emmyawards =
spouse = Gladys Merredew

In the Bond films, Lee's character, M, is Admiral Sir Miles Messervy (only ever named, besides as 'M', as 'Admiral' and 'Miles' on screen in his appearances), Bond's irascible boss who sends him out on assignments. He also portrays M along with Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny in the 1975 French comedy " Bons baisers de Hong Kong". Lee was succeeded by Robert Brown, though not necessarily playing the same character (Brown had played another admiral in the series previously). Judi Dench, a friend of Lee's, would later take over the role of a brand-new M, starting in 1995 with some references to her predecessor, including an oil painting of Lee in the role seen in MI6's secondary HQ (a Scottish castle).

Bernard Lee starred in eleven James Bond films.
* "Dr. No" (1962)
* "From Russia with Love" (1963)
* "Goldfinger" (1964)
* "Thunderball" (1965)
* "You Only Live Twice" (1967)
* "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969)
* "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971)
* "Live and Let Die" (1973)
* "The Man with the Golden Gun" (1974)
* "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977)
* "Moonraker" (1979)


Robert Brown

Infobox actor
name = Robert Brown


imagesize = 200px
caption = Brown as M in "Licence to Kill", 1989
birthname =
birthdate = birth date|df=yes|1921|7|23
birthplace = Swanage, Dorset, England
deathdate = death date and age|df=yes|2003|11|11|1921|7|23
deathplace = Swanage, Dorset, England
othername =
homepage =
academyawards =
emmyawards =
spouse =

After Lee's death in 1981, the producers hired actor Robert Brown to continue the role in the Bond films. Brown picks up the role in Octopussy, however it is never explicitly stated on screen whether Robert Brown's character is intended to be the same person played by Lee, if he was intended to be Admiral Hargreaves, the role played by Brown in 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me, or if he is supposed to be another character altogether.


Judi Dench

Infobox actor
name= Judi Dench

|200px
caption = Dench at the 2007 BAFTAs
birthname = Judith Olivia Dench
birthdate = Birth date and age|1934|12|9|df=yes
birthplace = Yorkshire, England
spouse = Michael Williams
(1971-2001) (his death)
academyawards =Best Supporting Actress
1998 "Shakespeare in Love"
tonyawards =Best Actress in a Play
1999 "Amy's View"
baftaawards =Best Newcomer
1965 "Four in the Morning"
Best TV Actress
1968 "Talking to a Stranger"
1982 "A Fine Romance"
2001 "The Last of the Blonde Bombshells"
Best Light Entertainment
1985 "A Fine Romance"
Best Supporting Actress
1987 "A Room with a View"
1998 "Shakespeare in Love"
Best Actress
1997 "Mrs Brown"
2001 "Iris"
laurenceolivierawards =Best Actress (revival)
1977 "Macbeth"
1980 "Juno and the Paycock"
Best Actress (new play)
1984 "Pack of Lies"
Best Actress
1987 "Antony and Cleopatra"
1996 "Absolute Hell"
Best Actress (musical)
1996 "A Little Night Music" Society Special Award
2004
goldenglobeawards =Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama
1998 "Mrs. Brown"
Best Actress - Miniseries/TV Movie
2001 "The Last of the Blonde Bombshells"
sagawards =Best Cast - Motion Picture
1998 "Shakespeare in Love"
Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture
2000 "Chocolat"
otherawards = Best Actress<1980> "Juno and the Paycock"<1982> "A Kind of Alaska" and "The Importance of Being Earnest"<1987> "Antony and Cleopatra"Critics' Circle Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts| Critics' Circle Lifetime Achievement
1997

In 1995, she became known to an international audience after taking over the role of M (James Bond's boss) with the James Bond film series, starting with GoldenEye. She is one of the few actors from Pierce Brosnan's Bond films to remain in the rebooted franchise. She has appeared in 2006's Casino Royale and has been confirmed to be continuing the role in Quantum of Solace, which is scheduled to be released in November of 2008.


Q - Quartermaster

Desmond Llewelyn

Infobox actor
name = Desmond Llewelyn


imagesize = 200px
caption = Llewelyn as 'Q' in the film "From Russia With Love"
birthname = Desmond Wilkinson Llewelyn
birthdate = birth date|1914|9|12|df=y
birthplace = Newport, Monmouthshire
deathdate = death date and age|1999|12|19|1914|9|12|df=y
deathplace = Firle, East Sussex, England
yearsactive = 1950–1999
spouse = Pamela, 1938 - 1999(due to Desmond's Death)
Starting with the second film in the James Bond series, "From Russia with Love" (1963), Llewelyn appeared as Q (the quartermaster of the MI6 gadget lab known as Q-branch) in every Bond film, except "Live and Let Die" (1973), until "The World Is Not Enough" (1999). He had originally been chosen for the role as he had previously worked with the director Terence Young on the 1950 war film "They Were Not Divided". In the 2002 film "Die Another Day", John Cleese, who played the character R, the assistant to Q in "The World Is Not Enough", was promoted to the head of Q-branch, thus taking on the title of Q. In all, Llewelyn appeared in 17 Bond films, more than any other actor, and worked with the first five James Bond actors. He also portrayed Q in a 1967 made-for-television special (produced by EON Productions) entitled, "Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond" which was included in the 2006 special edition DVD release of "You Only Live Twice".

Desmond Llewelyn appears as Major Boothroyd/Q in the following films:
* From Russia With Love (1963)
* Goldfinger (1964)
* Thunderball (1965)
* You Only Live Twice (1967)
* On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
* Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
* The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
* The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
* Moonraker (1979)
* For Your Eyes Only (1981)
* Octopussy (1983)
* A View To A Kill (1985)
* The Living Daylights (1987)
* Licence to Kill (1989)
* Goldeneye (1995)
* Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
* The World Is Not Enough (1999)


John Cleese

Infobox Comedian
name = John Cleese


imagesize =200px
caption = Cleese as 'R' in The World Is Not Enough
birth_name = John Marwood Cleese
birth_date = birth date and age|df=yes|1939|10|27|
birth_place = Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, England
occupation = Actor, comedian, writer, film producer, singer
yearsactive = 1967-present
influences = Spike Milligan, The Goons, William Shakespeare
spouse = Alyce Faye Eichelberger (1992–present)
Barbara Trentham (1981–1990)
Connie Booth (1968–1978)
website = [http://www.thejohncleese.com]

In 1999, Cleese appeared in the James Bond movie, The World Is Not Enough as Q's assistant, referred to by Bond as R. In 2002, when Cleese reprised his role in Die Another Day, the character was promoted, making Cleese the new quartermaster (Q) of MI6. In 2004, Cleese was featured as Q in in the video game James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, featuring his likeness and voice.

John Cleese appears as R/Q in the following films:
* The World Is Not Enough (1999)
* Die Another Day (2002)


Moneypenny - Secretary

Lois Maxwell

Infobox actor
name = Lois Maxwell


caption = Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
birthname = Lois Ruth Hookercite web|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/7020553.stm |title=Bond star Lois Maxwell dies at 80 |date=2007-09-30 |accessdate=2007-09-30 |publisher=BBC News ]
birthdate = birth date|1927|02|14|df=y
birthplace = Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
deathdate = death date and age|2007|9|29|1927|2|14|df=y
deathplace = Perth, Western Australia
othername = Lois Maxwell-Marriott
spouse = Peter Churchill Marriott (1957-1973)
goldenglobeawards = Most Promising Newcomer - Female
1948 "That Hagen Girl"

Maxwell lobbied for the role in James Bond, as her husband had had a heart attack and they needed the money. Director Terence Young, who once had turned her down on the grounds that she looked like she "smelled of soap", offered her either Moneypenny or the recurring Bond girlfriend, Sylvia Trench, but she was uncomfortable with a revealing scene the latter had in the screenplay. The role as M's secretary guaranteed just two days' work at ₤100 per day; Maxwell supplied her own clothes. The Trench character, however, was eliminated after "From Russia With Love".

In 1967, Maxwell angered Sean Connery for a time by appearing in the Italian spy spoof "Operation Kid Brother" with the star's brother Neil Connery and Bernard Lee. In 1971, Maxwell was nearly replaced for "Diamonds Are Forever" after demanding a pay raise; her policewoman's cap disguises hair she had already dyed for another role. In 1975, she plays Moneypenny weeping for the death of James Bond in a short scene with Bernard Lee as M in the French comedy "Bons baisers de Hong Kong". For the filming of "A View to a Kill", her final appearance, Bond producer Cubby Broccoli told her that the two of them were the only ones from "Dr No" still working on the series. Maxwell asked that her character be killed off, but Broccoli recast the role instead.cite book
url=http://books.google.com/books?id=SwGHWoP9RMwC&pg=PT156&dq=lois.maxwell+broccoli&ie=ISO-8859-1&sig=uGnhO-0xCHuUSyZ9TkcJJineZEY
title=Kiss Kiss Bang! Bang!: The Unofficial James Bond 007 Film Companion
author=Alan Barnes
others=Marcus Hearne
year=2000
publisher=Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
isbn=0713486457
] She was succeeded by Caroline Bliss and later Samantha Bond.

As Moneypenny, according to author Tom Lisanti, she was seen as an "anchor", with her flirtatious repartee with Bond lending the films realism and humanism. For Moneypenny, Bond was "unobtainable", freeing the characters to make outrageous sexual double entendres. At the same time, her character did little to imbue the series with changing feminist notions.cite book
url=http://books.google.com/books?id=4VJCaXXANA0C&pg=PA208&dq=lois.maxwell&sig=gRqrBoaGf4jPvhO4b28DleR7aOk
title=Film Fatales: Women in Espionage Films and Television, 1962-1973
author=Tom Lisanti
others=Louis Paul
year=2002
publisher=McFarland & Company
isbn=0786411945
]

Her total screen time as Moneypenny in 14 films was less than two hours, and she spoke fewer than 200 words. [http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/local/articles/1003death1003LoisMaxwell.html]

; As Ms. Moneypenny :
* Dr. No (1962)
* From Russia With Love (1963)
* Goldfinger (1964)
* Thunderball (1965)
* You Only Live Twice (1967)
* On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
* Diamonds are Forever (1971)
* Live and Let Die (1973)
* The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
* The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
* Moonraker (1979)
* For Your Eyes Only (1981)
* Octopussy (1983)
* A View To A Kill (1985)


Caroline Bliss

Caroline Bliss was only featured in two James Bond movies (the only two Timothy Dalton starred in as James Bond). Although, her role in "Licence to Kill" was little more than a cameo. She is the only actress to play Moneypenny while wearing glasses. She is also the youngest actress to play Moneypenny.

* "The Living Daylights" (1987)
* "Licence to Kill" (1989)

Samantha Bond

Bill Tanner - Chief of Staff

Michael Kitchen

Charles Robinson - Chief of Staff

Colin Salmon

Central Intelligence Agency/US Armed Forces - United States

Agent Felix Leiter

David Hedison

Infobox Actor
name = David Hedison


caption = David Hedison is seen playing CIA agent Felix Leiter in "Live and Let Die".
birthname = Albert David Hedison, Jr.
birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1927|5|20
birthplace = Providence, Rhode Island
othernames = Al Hedison
spouse = Bridget Hedison (1968-)
yearsactive = 1955 - 2005
occupation = actor
He is also notable as the only actor currently to have played James Bond's ally Felix Leiter in more than one film (Live and Let Die and Licence to Kill) (although Jeffrey Wright, who has appeared as Leiter in Casino Royale (2006), will reprise the role in Quantum of Solace).

As Felix Leiter:
* Live And Let Die (1973)
* License To Kill (1989)


Jeffrey Wright

Infobox actor
name = Jeffrey Wright



birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1965|12|7
birthplace = Washington D.C., USA
occupation = Actor
spouse = Carmen Ejogo (2000-present)
yearsactive =
In 2006, Jeffrey Wright featured as Felix Leiter in the 21st James Bond movie, "Casino Royale". This makes him the first African-American man to play the character in an official Bond film (Bernie Casey played Leiter in the unofficial "Never Say Never Again"). He is set to reprise the role in "Quantum of Solace", making him only the second actor to appear as Leiter twice since David Hedison played the character in "Live and Let Die" and "Licence to Kill".

As Felix Leiter:
* Casino Royale
* Quantum of Solace


General Brad Whitaker/Agent Jack Wade


=
imagesize = 200px
caption = Baker as Jack Wade in "GoldenEye"
birthname =
birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1936|2|12
location = Groesbeck, Texas, U.S.
deathdate =
deathplace =
othername =
homepage =
academyawards =
spouse = Maria Dolores Rivero-Torres"'
(1969-present)In 1987, Baker got the role of the villain Brad Whitaker in the Bond film "The Living Daylights", starring Timothy Dalton as James Bond. In 1995 and 1997 Baker returned to the series, this time playing a different character, CIA agent Jack Wade, in "GoldenEye" and "Tomorrow Never Dies" with Pierce Brosnan as Bond.

The character of Wade is similar to that of CIA agent Darius Jedburgh, played by Baker in the 1985 BBC Television serial "Edge of Darkness". He was nominated for "Best Actor" by the British Academy Television Awards. This serial was directed by Martin Campbell, who also cast Baker as Wade in "GoldenEye".

Baker was said to have actually tried out for the role of James Bond once for "Live and Let Die".

Baker also shares a birthday with fellow Bond girl Maud Adams.

As General Brad Whitaker:
* The Living Daylights (1987)

As CIA Agent Jack Wade:
* GoldenEye (1995)
* Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)


Other Actors

Michael G. Wilson

Infobox actor
name = Michael G. Wilson


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caption =
birthname =
birthdate = 1942
location =
deathdate =
deathplace =
othername =
homepage =
academyawards =
spouse =
In 1972 Michael G. Wilson joined EON Productions, the production company responsible for the official James Bond film series dating back to 1962 that began with his stepfather Albert R. 'Cubby' Broccoli and Harry Saltzman. Wilson specifically worked in EON Productions's legal department until taking a more active role as an assistant to Cubby Broccoli for the film The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). In 1979 Wilson became executive producer of the film Moonraker and since has been an executive producer or producer in every James Bond film, currently co-producing with his half-sister Barbara.; Cameo Roles :
* "Goldfinger" (1964) - soldier at Fort Knox (uncredited)
* "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977) - audience member at pyramid show (uncredited)
* "Moonraker" (1979) - tourist in Venice; NASA technician (uncredited)
* "For Your Eyes Only" (1981) - priest at Greek wedding (uncredited)
* "Octopussy" (1983) - member of Soviet Security Council; tourist on river boat in India (uncredited)
* "A View to a Kill" (1985) - voice heard when Bond enters San Francisco city hall (uncredited)
* "The Living Daylights" (1987) - audience member at Vienna Opera House (uncredited)
* "Licence to Kill" (1989) - voice of DEA agent in pre-title sequence "If they hurry, they might just be able to grab the bastard" (uncredited)
* "GoldenEye" (1995) - member of Russian Security Council (uncredited)
* "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997) - Tom Wallace, Carver employee, appearing in video conference scene "Consider him slimed" (uncredited)
* "The World Is Not Enough" (1999) - employee in Baku casino scene (uncredited)
* "Die Another Day" (2002) - General Chandler (credited); tourist leaning against car in Havana (uncredited)
* "Casino Royale" (2006) - corrupt Montenegrin police chief (credited)






=
imagesize = 200px
caption = Gotell as General Gogol
birthname =
birthdate = birth date|df=yes|1924|3|15
location = Bonn, Germany
deathdate = death date and age|df=yes|1997|5|5|1924|3|15
deathplace =
othername =
homepage =
academyawards =
spouse = A German-British actor, known for his role as General Gogol, head of the KGB, in the Bond films.

Gotell won the role of General Alexis Gogol in The Spy Who Loved Me for being a look-alike of the former head of Soviet secret police Lavrentiy Pavlovitch Beria. His first role in the James Bond films came in 1963, when he played the henchman Morzeny in From Russia with Love. Starting in the late 1970s, he played the recurring role of General Gogol in the James Bond series, beginning with The Spy Who Loved Me in 1977. The character returned in Moonraker (1979), For Your Eyes Only (1981), Octopussy (1983), A View to a Kill (1985) and The Living Daylights (1987). As the Cold War developed, the role of leader of the KGB was seen to change attitudes to the West - from direct competitor to collaborator. His final appearance, as the Cold War began to become less imminent, sees him transferred to a different, more diplomatic role.

;Morenzy:
* From Russia With Love (1963)

;General Anatol Gogol:
* The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
* Moonraker (1979)
* For Your Eyes Only (1981)
* Octopussy (1983)
* A View To A Kill (1985)
* The Living Daylights (1987)





Maud Adams

Infobox actor
name = Maud Adams

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imagesize = 200px
caption = Maud Adams as Octopussy in "Octopussy"
birthname =
birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1945|2|12
location = Sweeden
deathdate =
deathplace =
othername =
homepage =
academyawards =
spouse =
A Swedish actress known for her roles as two different Bond girls in two James Bond films, "The Man with the Golden Gun" (1974) and as the title character in "Octopussy" (1983). She was also an extra in "A View to a Kill" (1985).

* The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) - Andrea Anders
* Octopussy (1983) - Octopussy
* A View to a Kill (1985) - Bystander





Anthony Dawson

Infobox actor
bgcolour = silver
name = Anthony Dawson


imagesize =
caption =Anthony Dawson as Professor Dent in the James Bond film "Dr. No"
birthname =
birthdate = (18 October 1916
location = Edinburgh, Scotland
deathdate = death date|df=yes|1992|1|8) (aged 75)
deathplace = Sussex, England
othername =
homepage =
academyawards =
spouse =

Throughout his career he could often be found in the films of director Terence Young, including the aforementioned "Dr. No", "They Were Not Divided" (1950),"Valley of Eagles" (1951), "The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders" (1965), "Triple Cross" (1966), "Red Sun" (1971), "Inchon" (1981), and "The Jigsaw Man" (1983). Young also cast him as the physical presence of Ernst Stavro Blofeld in his Bond films "From Russia with Love" (1963), and "Thunderball" (1965), stroking the ubiquitous white cat. His face was never seen though, and Blofeld's voice was provided by Eric Pohlmann.

To date, he is the only actor to play arch-villain role of Blofeld more than once.

* "Dr. No" - Professor Dent
* "From Russia with Love" (1963) - Ernst Stavro Blofeld (physical appearance)
* "Thunderball" (1965) - Ernst Stavro Blofeld (physical appearance)




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Charles Gray

Infobox actor
name = Charles Gray

|200px
imagesize =
caption = Gray as Richard "Dikko" Henderson, an Australian agent residing in Tokyo
birthname = Donald Marshall Gray
birthdate = birth date|1928|08|29|df=y
location = Bournemouth, Hampshire.
deathplace = United Kingdom
spouse =
othername = Marshall
homepage =
notable role = Ernst Stavro Blofield in James Bond Move 1971 Diamonds are Forever.
academyawards =
spouse =

"Main Article: Charles Gray"

He appears as Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the James Bond movie "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971). In the earlier "You Only Live Twice" (1967), he had played an Australian agent, Henderson, making him one of a small number of actors to have played a villain and a Bond ally in the series.

* You Only Live Twice (1967) - Ernst Stavro Blofeld
* Diamonds Are Forever (1971) - Richard "Dikko" Henderson





Clifton James

Infobox actor
name = Clifton James

|200px
caption =
birthdate = birth date and age |df=yes|1921|5|29
birthplace = New York City, New York

"Main Article: Clifton James"

James is known for playing the role of Sheriff J.W. Pepper in the James Bond films "Live and Let Die" and "The Man with the Golden Gun".

As Sheriff J.W. Pepper, Louisiana State Law Enforcement
* Live and Let Die (1973)
* The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)





Martine Beswick

Infobox actor
name= Martine Beswick

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caption= Martine Beswick portraying Paula Kaplan from Thunderball
birthdate=birth date and age|df=yes|1941|9|26
birthplace=city-state|Port Antonio|Jamaica
occupation=Film, television actress
"Main Article: Martine Beswick"

Beswick is best known for her two appearances in the James Bond film series. Although she auditioned for the first Bond film "Dr. No", she was cast in the second film "From Russia with Love" as the fiery gypsy girl Zora. She engaged in the famous "catfight" scene with her rival Vida (played by former Miss Israel Aliza Gur). She was incorrectly billed as "Martin Beswick" in the title sequence. Beswick then appeared as the ill-fated Paula Caplan in "Thunderball". She had been away from the Caribbean so long that she was required to sunbathe constantly for two weeks before filming, in order to look like a local.

Martine Beswick film appearances in the James Bond film series
* From Russia with Love - (1962) as Vida
* Thunderball - (1964) as Paula Kaplan





Eunice Gayson

Infobox Actor
name= Eunice Gayson


birthname = Eunice Sargaison
birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1931|3|17
location = London, England
yearsactive = 1948 - 1972
notable role = Sylvia Trench in "Dr. No"
"Main Article: Eunice Gayson"

British actress born in London, England on 17 March 1931. She is best known for playing Sylvia Trench, James Bond's fetching girlfriend in the first two Bond films (Dr. No and From Russia with Love). Originally, Gayson was going to be cast as Miss Moneypenny, but the part went to Lois Maxwell instead. Gayson was originally to have been a regular in the Bond film series, but her character, Sylvia Trench, was dropped. Like nearly all of the actresses who appeared in the first two Bond films, Gayson's voice in Dr. No and From Russia with Love was overdubbed by an uncredited voice actor, though Gayson's real voice can still be heard in original trailers for Dr. No.

Appearances as Sylvia Trench
* Dr. No (1962)
* From Russia With Love (1963)





Richard Kiel

Infobox actor
name = Richard Kiel

|200px
caption =
birthname =
birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1939|09|13
location = Detroit, Michigan, United States
deathdate =
deathplace =
height = 218 cm
spouse = Diane
children = Richard George, Jennifer, Bennett, Christopher
yearsactive = 1960-present
website = http://www.richardkiel.com/
notable role = Jaws in "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker"
Mr. Larson in Happy Gilmore
academyawards =
emmyawards =
tonyawards =
imdb_id = 0001423

American actor best known for his role as the steel-toothed Jaws in the James Bond movies The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979) as well as the video game Everything or Nothing, and Mr. Larson in Happy Gilmore. He stands at a towering height of 7 feet 1.5 inches (2.18 m).

As Jaws:
* The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
* Moonraker (1979)




Marc Lawrence

Tsai Chin

Infobox actor
name = Tsai Chin


imagesize = 200px
caption =
birthname = Tsai Chin Zhou
birthdate = birth date and age|df=yes|1936|11|30
birthplace = Shanghai, China
deathdate =
deathplace =
occupation = Actress
spouse = Frank Change (1955-1956) (divorced) 1 Child
Peter Coe (?-?) (divorced)
awards =
Chin (also known as Irene Chow) is probably best known for her role as Lin Tang, the diabolic daughter of Dr. Fu Manchu in the Christopher Lee Fu Manchu movies. She is also memorable for her role as Ling in pre-titles sequence of the James Bond movie "You Only Live Twice" and in the role of "Juicy Lucy" in "The Virgin Soldiers". She continues to appear in films to this day, including "The Joy Luck Club", "Memoirs of a Geisha", and the recently released James Bond film "Casino Royale". She also has a recurring role in "Grey's Anatomy" as Helen Rubenstein, the mother of Cristina Yang.

Tsai Chin has the longest gap between recurring roles, at 39 years. She also made appearance with Christopher Lee in the Fu Manchu films who played bond villain Francisco Scaramanga in The Man With The Golden Gun.

Appearances in Bond franchise:
* "You Only Live Twice" - girl in Hong Kong who helps fake Bond's death
* "Casino Royale" (2006) - one of the casino players


Related Articles

* James Bond
* Ian Fleming - Author of the James Bond novel series
* Albert Broccoli - Producer of James Bond film series
* EON Productions - studio production company responsible for creating James Bond films
* Pinewood Studios - physical location for sets and props for the James Bond films when not filming on location
* "List of actors considered for the James Bond character"

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