Tonia Sotiropoulou, ‘Skyfall’ (2012)
All you need to know about the Greek actress’ role is that she didn’t have a name; she’s listed only as “Bond’s Lover” and is the fetching lady who keeps Daniel Craig’s Bond company when he’s supposed to be dead.
Serena Scott Thomas, ‘The World is Not Enough’ (1999)
The British actress played Dr. Molly Warmflash, the MI6 doctor who’s supposed to vouch for Bond’s health. Bond, of course, has other things in mind.
Talisa Soto, ‘License to Kill’ (1989)
The American actress and model played Lupe Lamora, the unfaithful mistress of the drug kingpin Franz Sanchez. She proves quite useful to Timothy Dalton’s 007.
Tanya Roberts, ‘A View to a Kill’ (1985)
All eyes were on doomed Bond girl May Day (played by Grace Jones), but don’t forget the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ actress, who played oil heiress Stacey Sutton.
Maryam d'Abo, ‘The Living Daylights’ (1987)
D'Abo played the gorgeous would-be assassin cellist Kara Milovy, who got help escaping from the KGB from a certain secret agent played by Timothy Dalton in his first Bond movie.
Kristina Wayborn, ‘Octopussy’ (1983)
As the sexy Fabergé egg smuggler and circus ringleader Magda, Wayborn was out to use Bond. At least he got to catch a glimpse of the Octopussy tattoo on her bottom!
Lynn-Holly Johnson, ‘For Your Eyes Only’ (1981)
The figure skater and ‘Ice Castles’ star played Bibi Dahl, the Bond girl who seduced 007 with her Olympic-level skating skills.
Carole Bouquet, ‘For Your Eyes Only’ (1981)
French fashion model Bouquet starred in the twelfth Bond film as Melina Havelok, a crossbow-wielding assassin seeking to avenge the death of her parents.
Lois Chiles, ‘Moonraker’ (1979)
Ex-model Chiles played the improbably named Dr. Holly Goodhead, a CIA agent and astronaut who works side-by-side with Bond to save the planet from Sir Hugo Drax’s apocalyptic chemical warfare.
loria Hendry, ‘Live and Let Die’ (1973)
Actress and former ‘Playboy’ bunny Hendry played CIA double agent Rosie Carver in Roger Moore’s first Bond film. While not the first African-American Bond girl, she was the first to become romantically involved with 007, seducing him on the island of San Monique.
Jill St. John, ‘Diamonds Are Forever’ (1971)
Prolific actress St. John played Tiffany Case, a diamond smuggler with a colorful wardrobe. Employed at first by Bond nemesis Blofeld, Case soon comes around to 007’s side.
Lana Wood, ‘Diamonds Are Forever’ (1971)
Wood played Plenty O'Toole, who hung around the casino, looking for a big score. Her luck ran out after helping 007 at the craps table though: A few minutes later, she got thrown out of a hotel window.
Akiko Wakabayashi, ‘You Only Live Twice’ (1967)
She died fighting on 007’s behalf, but Wakabayashi’s agent Aki remains one of the toughest, most heroic Bond girls of them all.
Claudine Auger, ‘Thunderball’ (1965)
The Frenchwoman played Domino, the mistress to eye-patched SPECTRE baddie Emilio Largo. But of course that didn’t stop her from cozying up to Mr. Bond.
Molly Peters, ‘Thunderball’ (1965)
As nurse Patricia Fearing, the ‘Playboy’ model holds the distinction of being the first Bond girl to be seen disrobing.
Daniela Bianchi, ‘From Russia With Love’ (1963)
The Italian played Bolshevik seductress Tatiana Romanova — and her native accent was so apparent that her lines were dubbed by British actress Barbara Jefford.
Eunice Gayson, ‘Dr. No’ (1962)
Ursula Andress is widely regarded as the first Bond girl, but it was actually Gayson, as Baccarat-playing beauty Sylvia Trench, who coaxed the first “Bond, James Bond” out of Sean Connery’s 007.