Combine a location tour with meeting one of the actors/actresses or production members from the Bond films at the end or during the tour. We can arrange a private meeting with one of the stars at a convenient location in London or elsewhere where you can enjoy some time, perhaps over a meal or a drink, and ask questions about the films, get autographs and take pictures with them.
Caroline Munro played the glamorous but ill-fated helicopter pilot Naomi in the Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, who seductively winks at Bond while trying to gun him down from her helicopter.
In her role as Naomi, she holds the distinction of being the first woman ever undeniably killed by James Bond. Available weekdays only. Contact Us
Bettine LeBeau played Professor Dent’s secretary in the very first James Bond film Dr No in 1962. Bettine’s other roles have included parts in The Benny Hill Show and The Prisoner.
As a holocaust survivor, Bettine also gives talks about this subject and other aspects of her eventful life.
Shane Rimmer appeared in 3 different James Bond films – You Only Live Twice, Diamonds are Forever and, most notably, as Captain Carter in The Spy Who Loved Me.
Other credits include a role in Star Wars and also being the voice of Scott Tracy from Thunderbirds.
Valerie Leon appeared in 2 different James Bond films – The Spy Who Loved Me as a receptionist in the Corsican hotel that Bond and Agent XXX stay at.
Then 6 years later, she appeared alongside Sean Connery in Never Say Never Again in The Bahamas.
Jeremy Bulloch appeared in 2 different James Bond films – For Your Eyes Only and Octopussy as Q’s assistant ‘Smithers’.
However, he is also known for his role as Bobba Fett in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi – even though he wore a mask.
Tom So was born to Chinese parents in Liverpool, birthplace of The Beatles and got into the film industry through doing extra work and modelling. His first major role was as Mr Fukutu in Casino Royale in 2006. Since then Tom has done one other feature film Burlesque Fairytales and can be seen in the short film The Commuter with Dev Patel. Tom has also made further TV appearances in New Tricks and more recently as a Vampire on Being Human. Contact Us
Norman Wanstall played a key role in some of the innovative sound effects featured in the Bond films starting with Dr No in 1962. Norman worked as Peter Hunt’s sound editor on From Russia With Love, Goldfinger (for which he won an Oscar), The Ipcress File, Thunderball and You Only Live Twice. In 1983 he was recalled as sound editor on Sean Connery’s last outing as Bond in Never Say Never Again. Contact Us
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