Has she ever been in a James Bond movie?
Several actresses have appeared in James Bond movies through the years. Ursula Andress, Zena Marshall, Daniela Bianchi, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Tania Mallett, Luciana Paluzzi, Claudia Auger, Martine Beswicke, Molly Peters and Mie Hama were among the Bond girls of the sixties.
The first official James Bond film from Eon Productions was 1962's Dr. No, starring Sean Connery.The first James Bond movie ever made was Dr. No. It was released in 1962 and starred Sean Connery as James Bond. Ursula Andress played the first 'Bond girl'. The movie cost only $1.1 million to make and made $59.6 million at the box office. James Bond 007 is a character created by writer Ian Fleming.
Nudity is present in the James Bond franchise. It is always cloaked (as in the Main Titles) and is never full on, in order to achieve a PG-13/12a certification. A good example of this is when Agent Strawberry Fields (Gemma Arterton) is laying on a bed, with Bond, fully naked, but has a sheet covering her front (Quantum of Solace).
James Bond first started out as a character in a novel by Ian Fleming. The first time James Bond ever appeared anywhere was in the 1953 book called Casino Royale. The first James Bond film, which was the brainchild of Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, was Dr. No which was released in Great Britain in 1962.
No one has ever been Oscar-nominated for an acting performance in a James Bond film. But Sean Connery, the first screen 007, won a 1987 Best Supporting Actor award for his performance as a tough Chicago cop in "The Untouchables." It is likely that the current James Bond, Ireland's Daniel Craig, has an Oscar in one of his homes. He has been married since 2011 to Rachel Weisz, who won the 2005 Best Supporting Actress…
In the Eon Productions series of official James Bond films, the fourth actor to portray the character of James Bond was Timothy Dalton, who was in the role from 1987 to 1989. Out of all the people to ever play James Bond onscreen, George Lazenby was the fourth, in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (after Barry Nelson (1954), Sean Connery (1962), and David Niven (1967)).