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The Ukranian born star who rose from being a model to appearing on television and in movies including “Magic City” and “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” wrote that she is “Locked up at home after having tested positive for Coronavirus.”

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What is a Bond Girl

A Bond girl is a character who is an attractive love interest or female companion of James Bond in a novel, film, or video game. Bond girls occasionally have names that are double entendres or puns, such as Pussy Galore, Plenty O’Toole, Xenia Onatopp, or Holly Goodhead.

A Bond girl can also refer to an actress playing a Bond girl, such as Ursula Andress, Honor Blackman or Eva Green.

There is no set rule on what kind of person a Bond girl will be or what role she will play. She may be an ally or an enemy of Bond, pivotal to the mission or simply there for her looks. There are female characters such as Judi Dench’s M, and Camille Montes, a Bolivian intelligence agent who teams up with Bond in Quantum of Solace, who are not romantic interests of Bond, and hence not strictly Bond girls. However, it has been argued that M’s pivotal role in the plot of Skyfall qualifies her as a Bond girl or Bond woman.

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Former James Bond Girls

Actress: Ursula Andress
Nationality: Swiss
Bond Movie: Dr. No (1962)
Synopsis:  Honey Ryder dazzled cinema audiences, stepping out of the Caribbean sea wearing a white bikini with a large hunting knife at her side. She proved to be immensely popular with fans and set the tone for all Bond girls to come.

#2 Bond Girl Sylvia Trench
Actress: Eunice Gayson
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Dr. No (1962)
From Russia With Love (1963)
Synopsis: Sylvia Trench introduced herself in the opening scene of Dr. No as “Trench. Sylvia Trench”, which Bond then mimicked with his now trademark “Bond. James Bond”. Trench was Bond’s girlfriend for the first two films, with a running joke that Bond was called away on a mission just as things were heating up.

#3 Bond Girl Miss Taro
Actress: Zena Marshall
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Dr. No (1962)
Synopsis: Miss Taro was a spy working for the villainous Dr. No. She got herself a job at government house in Kingston, Jamaica, so that she could steal secret files detailing Dr. No and Crab Key Island. She invited Bond to her house for dinner, where she laid a trap for his assassination. However, Bond smelled something was fishy and got his men to arrest Miss Taro so he could lay a trap for the assassin.

#4 Bond Girl Tatiana Romanova
Actress: Daniela Bianchi
Nationality: Italian
Bond Movie: From Russia With Love (1963)
Synopsis: Tatiana Romanova worked for the Soviet Embassy in Istanbul, and was coerced by the deadly Rosa Klebb into a mission to seduce James Bond and (unknowingly) lead him to his death. She helped Bond steal a Lektor decoding machine, and the pair escaped on the Orient Express train. After a failed assassination attempt by henchman Red Grant, Klebb tried to personally kill Bond, but Tatiana’s loyalty to Bond won out.

#5 Bond Girl Zora
Actress: Martine Beswick
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: From Russia With Love (1963)
Synopsis:Head of Station in Istanbul, Kerim Bey, took Bond to a gypsy camp, where the two girls Vida and Zora were to fight to the death over a man. Zora was played by Martine Beswick, who would return 3 years later to play another Bond girl in Thunderball.

#6 Bond Girl Vida
Actress: Aliza Gur
Nationality: Israeli
Bond Movie: From Russia With Love (1963)
Synopsis: Vida and Zora engaged in an intense cat fight, scratching, fighting and trying to strangle each other. The fight was broken up when an assassin attacked the camp to try and kill Kerim Bey. Bond saved the life of the camp’s leader in the process, who in turn honoured Bond’s request to end the fighting. Happy to have their leader alive, Vida and Zora warmed to Bond, who got to entertain them for the evening.

#7  Bond Girl Pussy Galore
Actress: Honor Blackman
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Goldfinger (1964)
Synopsis: The evocatively named Pussy Galore was an original Ian Fleming character from the novel. Ms. Galore ran a flying circus of female pilots, who were hired by Auric Goldfinger to fly over Fort Knox and gas the soldiers, so that Goldfinger could break in to the gold vault.

#8 Bond Girl Jill Masterson
Actress: Shirley Eaton
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Goldfinger (1964)
Synopsis: Jill Masterson was the scantly dressed girl who used binoculars and an ear piece to help Auric Goldfinger cheat at cards. Bond caught her at the game, and together they blackmailed Goldfinger into losing his money. After enjoying a few bottles of Dom Perignon with Bond, Masterson was killed by Goldfinger’s henchman Oddjob, in revenge for her betrayal. Bond awoke to find her covered from head to toe in gold paint.

#9 Bond Girl Tilly Masterson
Actress: Tania Mallet
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Goldfinger (1964)
Synopsis: Tilly Masterson tried to assassinate Auric Goldfinger in revenge for the death of her sister Jill. With her poor marksmanship, she missed and almost shot Bond, who took a sharp interest in her. Bond caught up with Tilly again and foiled another of her attempts to kill Goldfinger. In the process, the two were chased by Goldfinger’s hitmen, and Tilly was killed by Oddjob’s steel rimmed hat.

#10 Bond Girl Bonita
Actress: Nadja Regin
Nationality: Serbian
Bond Movie: Goldfinger (1964)
Synopsis: In the exciting pre-title sequence of Goldfinger, Bond foils the plots of a heroin baron and blows up his operations with plastic explosives. Before leaving, Bond takes care of some unfinished business, to have a bath with Bonita. The excursion turns out to be a trap, as Bonita seduces Bond so that a henchman can knock him unconscious. Bond sees the reflection in Bonita’s eyes, and she gets knocked on the head while the henchman is electrocuted in the bath. “Shocking. Positively shocking” Bond remarks before leaving the room.

#11 Bond Girl Dink
Actress: Margaret Nolan
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Goldfinger (1964)
Synopsis: Margaret Nolan played the Golden Girl in the title sequence and the pre-release advertising for Goldfinger. However, the producers eventually choose Shirley Eaton to play Jill Masterson, and Nolan was given the much smaller role of the pool-side masseuse Dink. Dink is shown massaging Bond, but has to leave when Felix Leiter arrives for some “man’s talk.”

#12 Bond Girl Domino Derval
Actress: Claudine Auger
Nationality: French
Bond Movie: Thunderball (1965)
Synopsis: Domino Derval was the mistress of SPECTRE agent Emilio Largo. Bond discovers that Largo had killed Domino’s brother, and thinks he can use that fact to get her on his side. They meet underwater as Bond untraps Domino’s flipper from the coral, and Bond manages to convince her to plot against Largo.

#13 Bond Girl Paula Caplan
Actress: Martine Beswick
Nationality:
Bond Movie: Thunderball (1965)
Synopsis: Paula Caplan was Bond’s liaison in Nassau. She was played by Martine Beswick, who had previously played Bond girl Zora in From Russia With Love. Paula helped Bond to make contact with Domino Derval, but met her end after being captured by SPECTRE agents, taking a cyanide pill to avoid torture.

#14 Bond Girl Fiona Volpe
Actress: Luciana Paluzzi
Nationality: Italian
Bond Movie: Thunderball (1965)
Synopsis: Fiona Volpe was the archtypical Bond henchwoman, with the task of seducing men into traps. She was feisty and more competent than many of the henchmen in the Bond films. She met her end while dancing with Bond; a henchman tried to shoot Bond in the back, but he quickly spun round and the bullet killed Fiona instead.

#15 Bond Girl Patricia Fearing
Actress: Molly Peters
Nationality: English
Bond Movie: Thunderball (1965)
Synopsis: Patricia Fearing was a nurse working at the Shrublands health clinic, where Bond had been sent to detoxify from too many martinis. After nearly being killed by SPECTRE agent Count Lippe, Bond won the sympathy of Patricia, and the two spent the night with a steam room and a mink glove.

#16 Bond Girl Mademoiselle La Porte
Actress: Maryse Guy Mitsouko
Nationality: French
Bond Movie: Thunderball (1965)
Synopsis: Mlle. La Porte was Bond’s French liaison during his attendance of SPECTRE agent Jacques Bouvar’s funeral. She informs Bond that Bouvar passed away in his sleep, and as the two leave the funeral she ends with “Is there anything else our French station can do for Monsieur Bond?”, to which Bond replies, “Later, perhaps.”

#17  Bond Girl Kissy Suzuki
Actress: Mie Hama
Nationality: Japanese
Bond Movie: You Only Live Twice (1967)
Synopsis: Kissy Suzuki was a ninja working for the head of the Japanese secret service, Tiger Tanaka. She had a mock wedding with James Bond, who underwent surgery to disguise himself as a Japanese fisherman, so that the pair could explore a quiet village without being noticed.

#18 Bond Girl Aki
Actress: Akiko Wakabayashi
Nationality: Japanese
Bond Movie: You Only Live Twice (1967)
Synopsis: Aki was a senior agent of the Japanese secret service, working directly under its leader Tiger Tanaka. She was confident and independent, and tricked Bond into walking over a trap door, which catapulted him down a steel slide leading to Tanaka’s office. She drove a Toyota 2000GT and saved Bond’s life on many occasions. Mid way though the film, an assassin tried to poison Bond, but Aki was poisoned by mistake.

#19 Bond Girl Ling
Actress: Tsai Chin
Nationality: Chinese
Bond Movie: You Only Live Twice (1967)
Synopsis: In the opening scenes of the film, Bond is shown in bed with Ling, as the two discuss why Chinese girls taste different from all other girls. Ling gets up and presses a button that rockets the bed upwards into the wall, and two gunmen enter the room to kill Bond. It is later revealed to the audience that Ling was helping to stage Bond’s death in order to keep his enemies off his back.

#20 Bond Girl Helga Brandt
Actress: Karin Dor
Nationality: German
Bond Movie: You Only Live Twice (1967)
Synopsis: Helga Brandt was a SPECTRE henchwoman who pretended to fall in love with Bond and switch to his side, only to try and kill him the next morning. For failing to kill Bond, Brandt is killed by head of SPECTRE Blofeld, who drops her into a pool of piranha fish. Helga Brandt was very similar to prior Bond girl Fiona Volpe, as the producers tried to replicate their prior success.

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