Bond Girl is a female figure supporting James Bond in films, novels, or video games. Bond Girl is sometimes a victim who is saved by Bond, a partner agent, or an enemy of Bond. Sometimes they are just decoration and do not have direct involvement with the Bond mission, and sometimes they play an important role in the success of the mission. Other female characters such as M and Miss Moneypenny are usually not considered Bond Girls. Below is the list of all the Bond girls list, vote for most beautiful, charming and your favourite Bond woman.
She is a graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Ph.D.), Sorbonne-Paris III University (Master), and the National Superior Conservatory of Dramatic Art. At the request of her literature teacher, she creates her first show Alice in Wonderland. In 1977, she directed at the Rio Theater, with a group of young actors like Danuta Zarazik, Fred Serra, Marie Maffre, a series of short shows, on different themes. The 7th Labyrinth is written from theater texts. The revolt of the Warsaw ghetto is staged from historical documents.
Tanya Roberts, pseudonym of Victoria Leigh Blum, is an American actress. Victoria Leigh Blum was born in the neighborhood of the Bronx, in New York the 15 October 1955, second daughter of her father, and her mother is Irish descent Jewish, modest seller of fountain pens in Manhattan. She has an older sister, Barbara Chase. She is best known for playing the role of Julie Rogers in the television series Charlie's Angels, the character of Sheena in the movie Sheena, queen of the jungle, and the Bond girl Stacey Sutton in 007 - A View to a Kill in 1985 alongside Roger Moore. After having participated in some films of an erotic thriller genre (Eyes in the Night, Pact in Three, Torbido Desire) and erotic comedies like Almost Pregnant, in the late 90s she returned to fame for having taken part in the sitcom That '70s Show. To signal her presence also in the film by Don Coscarelli Kaan warrior prince. On June 15, 2006, Tanya, now far from the limelight since 2001, was widowed by her husband Barry, who died in Los Angeles at the age of 60 after four years of battle against encephalitis. The actress has never had children, but she is the aunt of Zach Leary, son of the writer Timothy Leary born of his sister Barbara.
Angela Scoular was a British actress. Angela Scoular became known primarily for her roles in two James Bond films. She was one of the few actresses who appeared in two Bond films under different production companies. She played in 1967 in the Bond spoof Casino Royale, the role of Buttercup and 1969 in that of Eon Productions produced James Bond 007 - "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" next to the Bond actor George Lazenby the role of Ruby Bartlett. In Charles Chaplin's only color film A Countess from Hong Kong, a British film comedy of 1967, she starred alongside Marlon Brando and Sophia Loren a Society girl. Since 1982 she has been married to actor Leslie Phillips, a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE).
She died on April 11, 2011, in apparent suicide. Angela had been suffering from bowel cancer for several years.
Ursula Andress is a Swiss actress. She is best known as Bondgirl Honey Ryder in James Bond's first film, "Dr. No". Because of her heavy accent, her voice cannot be heard in the film, the texts were later recorded by Nikki van der Zyl. Andress received a fee of 10,000 dollars for the role as Bond Girl. The author of the James Bond books Ian Fleming was so impressed by the appearance of Andress that she was given a role in the book On Her Majesty's Secret Service. She later returned as Bond Girl in the unofficial Bond film Casino Royale (1967). Andress was a well-known sex symbol in the 60s. The moment she steps into the Caribbean Sea singing and dressed in just a bikini from the Caribbean Sea. No is one of the best-known excerpts from the James Bond films. She also appeared with Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra in the film "4 for Texas" and was the co-star of Elvis Presley in the film "Fun in Acapulco".
In 1978, Izabella Scorupco emigrated with her mother from Poland to Sweden. Scorupco was working as a photo model and singer. In 1992 she released the album Iza in Germany. The single release from this album 'Shame Shame Shame' landed at #37 of the German single charts. The video on which she appeared in the Marilyn Monroe look was often played on MTV. The second single 'I Write You a Love Song' only reached the 93rd place. Scorupco became internationally known in 1995 alongside Pierce Brosnan as Bond Girl in the film GoldenEye. Other major roles followed in Vertical Limit, The Rule of Fire and Exorcist: The Beginning. In 2007 she played the lead role of Rebecka Martinsson in the film adaptation of Åsa Larsson's solar storm.
Tonia Sotiropoulou is a Greek cinema actress. She is best known for her leading role in the British film "Berberian Sound Studio" along with actress Toby Jones and her participation in the film by Daniel Craig, Skyfall as a James Bond girl. She has also appeared in the American film "Hercules" starring Dwayne Johnson. The IMDB was voted fourth in the list of exotic beauties. She was born on 28 April 1987 in Glyfada where she grew up. She is a graduate of the drama school of Giorgos Kimoulis and has attended seminars of acting and directing at the Theater of Changes, Musical seminar with A. Kalogridis, K. Kotsdamas, F. Becter and acting seminars by John Strassberg at Actor's Studio.
Mie Hama is a Japanese actress, who was popular because of her role as Kissy Suzuki in the film James Bond 007 - 'You Only Live Twice'. Of particular note are her roles in the monster films of Tōhō studios such as King Kong - Frankenstein's son (Kingukongu no gyakushū) in 1967. Her attractive appearance soon brought her to several front pages and she was often referred to as Japanese Brigitte in her homeland Bardot designates.
Mary Ann-Catrin Stävin (Swedish: Mary Ann-Catrin Stävin, St. August 20, 1957) is a Swedish actress and the winner of the 1977 Miss World beauty competition. She was one of the contest judges in 1980 and 2010. In 1983 she made her acting debut as a Bond girl in the James Bond film Octopussy. Since then she has had more than ten other film roles, including that of Kimberley Jones in another Bond film "A View to a Kill". In addition to films, Stävin played various roles in television series. In 1987 she appeared in two episodes of The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd as Kirsten Haaken and in 1990 in two episodes of Twin Peaks as Heba. Stävin is married to the British businessman Nicholas Wilcockson, with whom she had daughter Liliana Rose.