The Top 20 Women of James Bond
James Bond women have been some of the most beautiful women in history. Both the women working for him and against him have made an impression on us over the years. The 007 women have achieved fame across the world for their role in the films. Here is a list of the top 20 women of James Bond.
As Jinx in Die Another Day, her opening scene was played over and over again for audiences. Both an amazing actress and a beautiful body, she made the perfect companion for Bond.
The ultimate femme fatale, Stacey Sutton made her mark in the famous A View to a Kill film.
As Pussy Galore in Goldfinger, Honor stunned audiences with her grace and beauty, becoming a memorable part ofthe Bond franchise.
Playing the role of Solitaire in Live and Let Die, Jane managed to pull of the role of a winsome heroine.
This French women played the vivacious role of Domino in Thunderball charming both Bond and audiences alike.
As Naomi in the Spy Who Loved Me, Caroline was a fiesty addition to the 007 women.
Her signature sultry look as Major Anya Amasova in the Spy Who Loved Me drew audiences in.
As Fatima Blush was known for her crazy style in Never Say Never Again, but her loveliness shone through the unique costumes.
As Fiona in Thunderball, she played a balance between sweet and sultry with the best of both.
Tracy Di Vicenzo played her role as femme fatale in the film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, leaving audiences begging for more.
Jill St. John
Tiffany Case in Diamonds Are Forever loved bling, but audienes were more drawn to her fiery hair.
While Kim has had some trouble sin recent years, her Domino in Never Say Never Again was a highlight in her career.
Does anyone remember Christmas Jones from the World Is Not Enough. We sure do!
As Magda in Octopussy, Kristina was the ultimate temptress.
As Tatiana Romanova in From Russia with Love, it's hard to forget her iron stare, but her lovely features make her an essential part of this list.
Karin playing Helga Brandt in You Only Live twice was a voluptuous beauty that we can't put out of our minds.
As Kara Milovy in The Living Daylights, who could forget her signature blond flipped hair and way with a gun?
Her bikini-clad scene as Honey Ryder in Dr. No made her an essential part of the Bond women.
As Mary Goodnight in the Man with the Golden Gun, Britt showed us why gentlemen really do prefer blondes.
Rosie in Live and Let Die showed how women could be sexy even while holding a gun.
These are some of the top 20 Bond women over the years. Each woman was a memorable part of the franchise.