Friday, May 17, 2013

James Bond: Where are They Now Part 11: The Man with the Golden Gun

LAST UPDATED September 26, 2016. Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2014 and later still being tracked. This is the eleventh in a series that will track actors from the various James Bond movies and shows over the years (official and key unofficial versions). Specific shows/movies only listed for 2011-on. All known cast members noted.

Roger Moore (James Bond): in Troll Hunters (2018), The Carer (2016), The Saint (2016; also Co-Producer), GivingTales (2015 video game), The Life of Rock with Brian Pern (1 episode 2014); Summer Night, Winter Moon (nd) in pre-production; as Self: Car S.O.S. (1 episode 2016), The Nation's Favourite Bond Song (2015), Loose Women (4 episodes 2014-2015), TFI Friday (1 episode 2015), The One Show (1 episode 2015), Comic Relief: Behind the Bond (2015), Comic Relief 2015 (2015), From Borehamwood to Hollywood: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Elstree (2014), Saturday Morning Live (1 episode 2014), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (1 episode 2014), McKenna (1 episode c2014); as Self, post-production: This Never Happened to the Other Fella (2016); as Self, pre-production: Horses 3D (nd).
Christopher Lee (Scaramanga): died in 2015; in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014), LEGO the Hobbit: The Video Game (2014 video game); Angels in Notting Hill (2015) completed; The Hunting of the Snark (2016)  in post-production; The Time War (2017) filming; as Self: Timeshift (1 episode 2014), Face of Unity (2014).
Britt Ekland (Goodnight): in Astrid in Wonderland (1 episode 2013); last previous known acting roles in 2002 and 1992); as Self: Loose Women (1 episode 2016), The Nation's Favourite Bond Song (2015), Ett jobb för Berg (1 episode 2015), BingoLotto (1 episode 2015), Hasselhoff - en svensk talkshow (1 episode 2014).
Maud Adams (Andrea): last known acting role in 2010; as Self: Ann-Margret: Från Valsjöbyn till Hollywood (2014; 2 movies?).
Hervé Villechaize (Nick Nack): died in 1993.
Clifton James (J.W. Pepper): last known acting role in 2006 but Old Soldiers (2015) in pre-production; as Self in 2008.
Richard Loo (Hai Fat): died in 1983.
Soon-Tek Oh (Hip): last known acting role in 2006.
Marc Lawrence (Rodney): died in 2010.
Bernard Lee (M): died in 1981.
Lois Maxwell (Miss Moneypenny): died in 2007.
Marne Maitland (Lazar): died in 1991.
Desmond Llewelyn (Q): died in 1999.
James Cossins (Colthorpe): died in 1997.
Yao Lin Chen (Chula): last known acting role in 1994.
Carmen Du Sautoy (Saida): last known acting role in 2008.
Gerald James (Frazier): died in 2006.
Michael Osborne (Naval Lieutenant): last known acting role in 1985.
Michael Fleming (Communications Officer): last known acting role in 1997.
Uncredited Cast:
Sonny Caldinez (Kra): last known acting role in 1997, as Self in 2003.
Leslie Crawford (Cowboy in Fun House): died in 2006.
Gordon Everett (Gibson): no other known acting roles; as Sound Mixer in 1981.
Michael Goodliffe (Chief of Staff Bill Tanner): died in 1976.
Ray Marioni (Al Capone): last known acting role in 2000.
Terence Plummer (Beirut Thug): died in 2011.
Jay Sidow (Maybelle Pepper): no other known acting roles.
George Silver (Fat Beirut Thug): died in 1984.
Rocky Taylor (Beirut Thug): last known acting role in 2012; as Stunts, various: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), Hercules (2014), Death in Paradise (1 episode 2014), Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014); as Stunt Driver, completed: Golden Years (2016); as Stunt Coordinator, pre-production: 1066 (nd).
Francoise Therry (Chew Mee): no other known acting roles.
Master Toddy (Martial Arts Student That Fights Hip's Nieces): only other known acting roles in 2006 and 1996; as Self: My Morphin Life (2 episodes 2014).
Nikki Van der Zyl (Chew Mee, various, voice): last known acting role in 1979; as Self: A Bond for Life: How James Bond Changed My Life (2016).
Joie Vejjajiva (Cha): last known acting role in 1988.
Wei Wei Wong (Bottoms Up Waitress): died in 1999.
Qiu Yuen (Nara): in My Beloved Bodyguard (2016), Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal (2015), Ji xing gao zhao (2015), You Light Up My Star (18 episodes 2014).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

You need to correct MARC LAWRENCE's year of death to 2005.