#Movies & TV
15 Former Bond Girls Who Are Still Smokin’ Hot
by Jennifer Lafferty
For more than 50 years James Bond films have showcased some of the most beautiful and sexiest actresses in the world. What’s amazing is how many of these fantasy women are as desirable as ever, years or decades after their stint in a 007 flick. Check out these 15 former Bond girls who are still smokin’ hot.
It’s been nine years since French actress Eva Green lit up the screen with her sultry beauty in Casino Royale, opposite Daniel Craig. Now, at age 35 Green is just as gorgeous and more successful than ever.
Halle Berry starred as Jinx Johnson, opposite Pierce Brosnan in the 2002 Bond movie Die Another Day. At 49, the Oscar-winning actress seems an ageless beauty. Just last year she dazzled audiences as Storm in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Glamorous British actress Rosamund Pike also appeared in Die Another Day, which served as her feature film debut. However, she just recently had her biggest success to date starring in Gone Girl, and she remains breathtaking at age 36.
Sophie Marceau was already a veteran actress who had starred in high profile films like Braveheart when she played Elektra King in 1999’s The World Is Not Enough. Marceau is a radiant beauty at 49—and popular, especially in her native France.
Jane Seymour, who’s still smokin’ hot at age 64, is a true inspiration. It’s hard to believe over 40 years have gone by since Seymour starred with Roger Moore in 1973’s Live and Let Die.
If anything, the now 44-year-old Denise Richards has probably grown even more gorgeous in the 16 years since she played Dr. Christmas Jones in The World Is Not Enough.
Ukrainian-born actress and model Olga Kurylenko starred with Daniel Craig in 2008’s Quantum of Solace. The striking Kurylenko is in full bloom at age 36 and recently starred opposite former 007 Pierce Brosnan in November Man.
Dutch beauty Famke Janssen starred alongside Pierce Brosnan in 1995’s GoldenEye. Now with four high-profile movies in the works, the 51-year-old Janssen not only looks great but has a career that’s hotter than ever.
Actress/singer/supermodel Grace Jones played May Day in the 1985 Bond film A View to a Kill, starring Roger Moore. The Jamaican-born Jones continues to wow audiences at age 67 with her unique look and bold, edgy sex appeal.
The statuesque actress and former model Carey Lowell has changed little since she starred with Timothy Dalton in 1989’s Licence to Kill. Lowell, who went on to marry Richard Gere, retains her youthful effervescence at age 54.
The flawless beauty Alison Doody was the youngest Bond girl ever when she made her film debut as Jenny Flex in A View to a Kill, which began a prolific career for the Irish actress who still looks amazing at age 49.
Polish-born actress and model Izabella Scorupco seems to be aging backwards. Scorupco, who played Russian siren Natalya Simonova in GoldenEye, is even more beautiful at age 45.
The luminous Danish beauty Cecilie Thomsen played Professor Inga Bergstrom in 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies, starring Pierce Brosnan. Now at 41, Thomsen is youthful and ravishing enough to rival actresses half her age.
Maria Grazia Cucinotta
Sicilian bombshell Maria Grazia Cucinotta, known simply as Cigar Girl in The World Is Not Enough, shows no signs of losing her sex symbol status anytime soon. At 47, her exotic good looks and voluptuous figure continue to turn heads.
At 72 the Tokyo-born Mie Hama is one of the most impressive former Bond girls. It’s been 48 years since she starred alongside Sean Connery in You Only Live Twice, but her exquisite beauty is still apparent.