Sunday, June 10, 2018

Eunice Gayson, First-Ever Bond Girl, Dead At 90


Foxnews.com reports that British actress Eunice Gayson, the first-ever ‘Bond Girl,” has died. She was 90.

The actress died on Friday, her team confirmed on her Twitter account early Saturday morning. She was 90. Gayson was best known as the first-ever Bond Girl in the 1962 James Bond film, "Dr. No," alongside Sean Connery. She is also the only Bond Girl to appear in two films in the franchise, as she starred in 1963's "From Russia With Love."

  In a scene at the Le Cercle Club, her character, Sylvia Trench, met Connery’s 007 over a game of cards. She proposed they raise the stakes, and Bond said, “I admire you’re courage, Miss er…?” to which she replied, “Trench. Sylvia Trench. I admire your luck Mr…?”

He replied: “Bond. James Bond.”

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