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the many marriages of james bond and james bond actors

Updated on September 18, 2011

 The actors who have portrayed James Bond had a better track record when it comes to marriage than James Bond.

James Bond's First Marriage

James Bond's first marriage was to Teresa "Tracy" Draco aka Contessa Teresa de Vicenzo, but the marriage was short. Tracy was killed by a drive-by shooting on their wedding day. Her character was portrayed by Diana Rigg.

  • Wedding Date: January 1, 1962 at 10:30 a.m.
  • Wedding Location: British Consul General's drawing room.
  • Planned Honeymoon: Kitzbühel in Austria. Source: John Griswold. Ian Fleming's James Bond page 391.

James Bond's Second Marriage

James Bond's second marriage to IRS agent Harriett Horner in the spy novel Scorpius ended within a few days due to the marriage being invalid and Harriett's death.

Sean Connery has been married twice. His first marriage ended in divorce. He has been married to artist Micheline Roquebrune since 1975.

Sean Connery portrayed James Bond: 1962-1967; 1971, 1983

George Lazenby has been married twice. Both marriages ended in divorce. He is the only actor who has portrayed a married James Bond.

George Lazenby portrayed James Bond: 1969

Roger Moore has been married four times. His first three marriages all ended in divorce. Roger has been married to Kristina Tholstrup since 2002.

Roger Moore portrayed James Bond: 1973-1985

Timothy Dalton has a long-term relationship with Oksana Grigorieva.

Timothy Dalton portrayed James Bond: 1987-1989

Ten years after the death of his first wife, Cassandra Harris, Pierce Brosnan married Keely Shaye Smith.

Pierce Brosnan portrayed James Bond: 1995-2004

Daniel Craig's two-year marriage to Fiona Loudon ended in divorce in 1994.

Daniel Craig portrayed James Bond: 2006 - ?


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