17 Bond Girls: Where Are They Now?

Since the release the first James Bond film, Dr. No. in 1962, “Bond girls” have been a series mainstay. From sex symbols to femme fatales, double agents, and even one wife, the role has evolved a lot over the years, and we were wondering what have our favorite Bond girls been up to recently?

Diana Rigg (Tracy Bond)
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Best known for her role as Emma Peel in the British TV series The Avengers, Diana Rigg played James Bond's wife Tracy Bond in the George Lazenby film On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Since 2013, Rigg has played The Queen of Thornes, Olenna Tyrell, in the HBO series Game of Thrones.
Tanya Roberts (Stacey Sutton)
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Before she was Stacey Sutton in the 1985 Roger Moore film A View to a Kill, Tanya Roberts played Julie Rogers on the TV series Charlie's Angels. You might also recognize her as Donna's mom, Midge Pinciotti, from That '70s Show.
Jane Seymour (Solitaire)
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Jane Seymour played Solitaire in the 1973 Bond film Live and Let Die and from 1993 to 1998, she starred as the eponymous character in the series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Over the course of her career, Seymour has earned an Emmy, two Golden Globes, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and in 2000, she was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

In 2007, she was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars where she finished in sixth place. She's also guest starred on Smallville, Castle, and How I Met Your Mother, but you might remember her as the mom in Wedding Crashers, "Call me kitty cat."
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Teri Hatcher (Paris Carver)
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Teri Hatcher rose to prominence for her portrayal of Lois Lane on the ABC series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, before starring as Bond girl Paris Carver in the Pierce Brosnan film Tomorrow Never Dies.  Hatcher went on to star as Susan Mayer on Desperate Housewives, for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress. More recently, Hatcher has lent her voice to animated films including Coraline, Planes, and Planes: Fire & Rescue.
Michelle Yeoh (Wai Lin)
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Michelle Yeoh is best known for her roles as Wai Lin in the 1997 James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies and Yu Shu Lien in the Academy Award-winning Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Yeoh will also star in the upcoming Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon II: The Green Destiny.
Kim Basinger (Domino Petachi)
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Kim Basinger enjoyed one of the most successful post-Bond careers. After her break-out role in the independent Bond film Never Say Never Again, Basinger went on to star in blockbusters like The Natural, Batman, and 8 Mile. In 1997, Basinger won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in L.A. Confidential and in the 2016, Basinger will appear in the film The Nice Guys alongside Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe.
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Ursula Andress (Honey Ryder)
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Ursula Andress is best known for her role as Honey Ryder in the first Bond film Dr. No. for which she won a Golden Globe. Andress would later star as Vesper Lynd in the 1967 Bond-parody Casino Royale but after the birth of her son in 1980, Andress scaled back her acting career.
Eunice Gayson (Sylvia Trench)
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The first official Bond girl, Eunice Gayson played Sylvia Trench, James Bond's girlfriend in the Sean Connery films Dr. No and From Russia with Love. Gayson was originally cast as Miss Moneypenny, but the role went to Lois Maxwell instead. In 1995, Gayson's daughter made a cameo in the Bond film GoldenEye.
Shirley Eaton (Jill Masterson)
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Best remembered as the Bond girl who was painted to death, Shirley Eaton played Jill Masterson in 1964's Goldfinger. Only five years after the release of Goldfinger, Eaton retired from acting to devote herself to her family.
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Honor Blackman (Pussy Galore)
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Before her role as the unfortunately named Pussy Galore in the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger, Blackman played Cathy Gale in the British series The Avengers. Blackman would go on to to star as Julia Daggett in the 1968 Western Shalako and in 2013, she guest-starred on the British dramas Casualty and By Any Means.
Jill St. John (Tiffany Case)
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Best known for her role as Tiffany Case in the 1971 Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, Jill St. John guest starred in several TV shows including Magnum, P.I. and The Love Boat. In 1972, St. John left Hollywood to pursue her other passions, including cooking. Throughout the 1980s, appeared in cooking segments for ABC's Good Morning America and in 1987, she released a cookbook, The Jill St. John CookbookSt. John and her husband, actor Robert Wagner, also appeared together at the end of the Seinfeld episode "The Yada Yada".
Barbara Bach (Anya Amasova)
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Barabara Bach starred in the Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, as Bond girl Anya Amasova, and the film Force 10 from Navarone where she acted alongside Robert Shaw and Harrison Ford. In 1981, Bach married Beatle drummer Ringo Starr and has since retired from acting.
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Lois Chiles (Holly Goodhead)
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After her role as Dr. Holly Goodhead in the 1979 James Bond film Moonraker, Lois Chiles went on to star in films like Creepshow 2, The Great Gatsby, The Way We Were, Death on the Nile, and Broadcast News. Chiles also made a cameo appearance in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, but her scene was cut from the U.S. release of the film.
Carole Bouquet (Melina Havelock)
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After her role as Bond girl Melina Havelock in the 1981 movie For Your Eyes Only, Carole Bouquet continued to act in European films throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Bouquet dated actor Gérard Depardieu from 1997 to 2005 and the couple was engaged from 2003 to 2005. Bouquet made an appearance in the Sex & the City episode "An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux" and in 2014 she starred in the TV adaptation of Rosemary's Baby alongside Zoe Saldana.
Maud Adams (Octopussy)
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Maud Adams is best known for her roles as two different Bond girls, as Andrea Anders in The Man with the Golden Gun and as Octopussy in the 1983 Bond film of the same name. Adams also made a brief, uncredited appearance in A View to a Kill. In 2000, Adams guest-starred on That '70s Show, appearing as a bridesmaid to fellow Bond girl Tanya Roberts.
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Carey Lowell (Pam Bouvier)
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Carey Lowell played Pam Bouvier in the 1989 Bond film Licence to Kill. From 1996 to 2001, Lowell starred as Assistant District Attorney Jamie Ross on Law & Order and in 2005, Lowell made a guest appearance as ADA Ross in the series Law & Order: Trial by Jury.
Izabella Scorupco (Natalya Simonova)
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The Polish-Swedish actress is best known for her role as Natalya in 1995's GoldenEye. In 2012, Scorupco hosted Sweden's Next Top Model and she currently stars on the Swedish comedy Micke & Veronica.

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