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What makes a Bond Girl? A fiery personality and a sexy body? As 007's women oozed glamour and sex appeal, many of the actresses went on to play starring roles in their other films such as Teri Hatcher and Diana Rigg. We take a look at where they are now.
Released in 1962, Dr. No may be the first and oldest James Bond movie, but the image of her as Honey Ryder emerging from the sea in a bikini remains one of the most iconic images from the whole film franchise. It's hard to believe the actress was born in 1936 - she looks fantastic. She has been partners with Lorenzo Rispoli since 1983.
She'd played Lois Lane to Dean Cain's Superman before landing the role of Paris Carver in Tomorrow Never Dies. The 48-year-old still looks great, but insists that while she has used surgery before, those days are behind her: 'Did I every toy with fillers or Botox over the years? Yes,' she wrote on her official Facebook page, before sharing a make-up free picture and adding: '(But) tell me does this look Botoxed to you?'
'My name is Pussy Galore.' Honor Blackman's character is perhaps the most famous of all the Bond girls. 37 years old at the time of the movie, Blackman remains the oldest actress to play one of 007's love interest. The 88-year-old still stars in TV dramas today, though she spends more time in her role as a Liberal Democrat these days.
Sophie Marceau was Elektra King in The World Is Not Enough, and she still looks like a Bond girl at 46 years old. Heart's very own Toby Anstis has a soft spot for the French actress, who stars in films in her homeland to this day.
With blonde hair and striking blue eyes, Swedish actress Britt Ekland was breathtakingly beautiful in her turn as the cheerily named Mary Goodnight in The Man With The Golden Gun. Now age 70, Ekland keeps a low profile at odds with the notorious public persona she had while married to comedian Peter Sellers in the 1960s.
Barbara Bach dazzled as Anya Amasova in The Spy Who Loved Me. Four years later, she married her husband, ex-Beatle Ringo Starr. What could be more British than dating a Beatle in real life and James Bond on-screen? In 1993, Bach completed a master's degree at UCLA, and now spends most of her time doing charity work.
Talisa Soto was just 22 when she played Bond girl Lupe Lamora in Licence To Kill. The American looks every bit as beautiful 24 years later, and though she rarely pursues acting these days, she does have a small part in Matt Damon movie Elysium. Soto is married to actor Benjamin Bratt and the couple have two children together.
Ravishing redhead Jill St. John still looks fantastic 42 years after starring as Tiffany Case opposite Sean Connery in Diamonds Are Forever. Now married to Robert Wagner, St. John has been out of the acting game for 11 years.
Caroline Munro is often voted as one of the most beautiful Bond girls ever for her role as Naomi in The Spy Who Loved Me. At 64, Munro has still got it. She has been married to George Dugdale since 1990.
Eunice Gayson is the only actress to ever play a 'Bond girlfriend'. Her character, Sylvia Trench, was 007's other half in the first two Bond films, Dr. No and From Russia With Love. It's hard to believe Gayson turned 85 this year.
Although her character Jill Masterson is killed off fairly quickly in Goldfinger, Shirley Eaton's place in 007 history is cemented by the image of her whole body covered in gold paint. Having retired from acting back in 1969, Eaton told journalist James Davies in 2008 that she preferred life as a housewife: 'The most important thing for me was being a woman and having a family more than being a very famous glamorous actress.'
Gloria Hendry was the first black woman to be 007's love interest when she played Rosie Carver in Live And Let Die, paving the way for the likes of Grace Jones and Halle Berry. Now 64 years old, Hendry released her own autobiography entitled Gloria in 2008.
Denise Richards starred as Christmas Jones in The World Is Not Enough opposite Pierce Brosnan. The stunning actress has revealed she feels 'sexier' now than she did when she was a Bond girl: 'I actually feel more confident in my skin now than in my 20's,' she wrote on iVillage. 'Being confident is one of the sexiest qualities a woman can exude.'
Lois Chiles' role as Bond girl Dr. Holly Goodhead is one of the only times the actress starred in a film. Fun fact: Chiles starred in a Bond spoof in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. Chiles has stopped acting since marrying her second husband Richard Gilder in 2005.
Maud Adams is the only Bond girl to ever star in three 007 films. The Swedish actress played Andrea Anders in The Man With The Golden Gun, the titular character in Octopussy, and an extra in A View To Kill. 'Looking back on it, how can you not really enjoy the fact that you were a Bond Girl? It’s pop culture and to be part of that is very nice,' she told Stumped magazine. Adams has stepped away from acting over the last 20 years, and has been married to her second husband, Charles Rubin, since 1999.
Perennial beauty Jane Seymour is one of the most successful Bond girls of all time. Since starring as Solitaire in Live And Let Die, Seymour has received two Golden Globes, an Emmy, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She most recently starred in TV film An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky.
75-year-old Diana Rigg is famous for the uniqueness of her turn as Bond girl Countess Teresa di Vicenzo in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Not only is she the only character to ever marry 007, it was also in George Lazenby's only performance as the fictional MI6 agent. Rigg is still acting today. She was nominated for the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series Emmy for her role in HBO series Game Of Thrones.
Gorgeous blonde Maryam D'Abo starred as Bond girl Kara Milovy in 1987 film The Living Daylights - and barely seems to have aged since! The 52-year-old infrequently starred in smaller roles over the following years, and in 2002 co-wrote her very own tribute to 007 ladies: Bond Girls Are Forever. She is married to Hugh Hudson.
Grace Jones was many things: style icon; musical artist; and yes, Bond girl. The Jamaican-born star shone opposite Timothy Dalton in A View To Kill. She's still going strong at 65 - as anyone who saw her performance of Slave To The Rhythm at last year's Diamond Jubilee concert will attest to.
Claudine Auger starred Domino in 1965's Thunderball. Auger had been runner-up Miss World in 1958. After starring opposite Sean Connery in the fourth Bond movie, she starred mainly in French films for a couple of decades before retiring. Auger now lives in Paris, age 72.