Bond girls through the years

Updated 9:53 AM ET, Tue March 31, 2015
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Stephanie Sigman is part of the cast of "Spectre," the newest James Bond film. The actress is the first Mexican to become a "Bond girl." She continues a long line of beautiful, capable female leads in the 50-plus years of Bond films. Servando Gomez Camarillo/LatinContent/Getty Images
French actress Lea Seydoux, who recently starred in 2013's indie smash "Blue is the Warmest Color" and 2014's "The Grand Budapest Hotel," will also be in "Spectre," which stars Daniel Craig as Bond and is being directed by Sam Mendes. Andreas Rentz/Getty Images/File
Ursula Andress played Honey Ryder opposite Sean Connery's James Bond in the 1962 film "Dr. No." Bond first sees Ryder as she emerges from the ocean wearing a white bikini. She asks him, "What are you doing here? Looking for shells?" He replies, "No. I'm just looking." MGM
Bond girl Tatiana Romanova was played by Daniela Bianchi in "From Russia with Love." A corporal in the Soviet army, Romanova saved Bond's life in the 1963 movie, which is regarded by many as one of the best Bond films of all time. MGM
Pilot Pussy Galore, played by Honor Blackman, claimed to be immune to Bond's charm in 1964's "Goldfinger." However, Galore eventually falls for 007. MGM
After Bond saved Domino Derval, played by Claudine Auger, from drowning in 1965's "Thunderball," she returned the favor by shooting Largo in the back before he could kill Bond. Derval is one Bond girl who is rarely out of a bikini. MGM
Mie Hama's Kissy Suzuki marries Bond in a mock ceremony while he's undercover as a fisherman in 1967's "You Only Live Twice." MGM
Daniel Craig, among others, has called Diana Rigg's Teresa di Vicenzo one of the most memorable Bond girls of all time. The only girl to actually marry Bond (George Lazenby), di Vicenzo is killed shortly after they tie the knot in 1969's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service." MGM
Jill St. John played diamond smuggler Tiffany Case in "Diamonds Are Forever." Bond is pretending to be Peter Franks when he and Case meet in the 1971 movie, which marked Connery's last turn as 007. MGM
Jane Seymour's Solitaire loses her ability to see the future after losing her virginity to Roger Moore's Bond in 1973's "Live and Let Die." MGM
Bond's ditzy assistant Mary Goodnight, played by Britt Ekland, eventually helps save the day in the 1974 flick "The Man with the Golden Gun." MGM
In 1977's "The Spy Who Loved Me," Barbara Bach's Anya Amasova attempts to take revenge on Bond for killing her lover. However, she can't bring herself to do it after developing feelings for him. MGM
Space scientist/astronaut/CIA agent Holly Goodhead, played by Lois Chiles, flies with Bond to Drax's space station in 1979's "Moonraker." MGM
After witnessing her parents' assassination, Carole Bouquet's Melina Havelock teams up with Bond and eventually saves his life. Instead of donning an iconic bikini, Havelock bares it all to go skinny-dipping with 007 in 1981's "For Your Eyes Only." MGM
Maud Adams starred alongside Moore's Bond as Octopussy in the 1983 film of the same name. The jewel smuggler and circus owner alerts Bond to a bomb, making her another girl to save his life. MGM
The heir to an oil tycoon, Stacey Sutton, played by Tanya Roberts, works as a geologist in "A View to a Kill." MGM
Bond shoots a gun out of cellist Kara Milovy's hands in 1987's "The Living Daylights." Maryam d'Abo played Milovy opposite Timothy Dalton's Bond. MGM
Bond girl Pam Bouvier, played by Carey Lowell, works as a pilot and assists Bond in his mission in 1989's "License to Kill." MGM
Izabella Scorupco played Natalya Simonova in 1995's "GoldenEye," which marked Pierce Brosnan's first turn as 007. Simonova is a Russian computer programmer who helps Bond save the day. MGM
Another Bond girl who claims to be immune to Bond's charm, Chinese agent Wai Lin, played by Michelle Yeoh, eventually falls for him in 1997's "Tomorrow Never Dies." MGM
Denise Richards is atomic physicist Dr. Christmas Jones in the 1999 film "The World Is Not Enough." MGM
Halle Berry's Giacinta Johnson earned the nickname Jinx because she was born on Friday the 13th. In homage to Andress' Honey Ryder, audiences first see Berry as she emerges from the ocean wearing an orange bikini in 2002's "Die Another Day." Keith Hamshere/DANJAQ/United Artists Corporation
In 2006's "Casino Royale," Daniel Craig's Bond fell for Eva Green's Vesper Lynd. MGM
Olga Kurylenko played Camille Montes in "Quantum of Solace." The former Bolivian agent is first seen in Bond's getaway car in the 2008 film. MGM
Sévérine, played by Bérénice Marlohe, helps Bond track Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem) in "Skyfall," which came out in 2012. Columbia Pictures