List of James Bond henchmen in The World is Not Enough

The James Bond novels and films are notable for their memorable villains and henchmen. Each Bond villain has numerous henchmen to do their bidding.

In particular, there is usually a privileged member who is a formidable physical threat to Bond and must be defeated by Bond to get the employer, from simply adept and tough fighters like Red Grant to ones whose physical characteristics are seemingly superhuman like Jaws.

Eon Productions henchmen

Sean Connery era (1962-1967, 1971)

Dr. No

  • Professor Dent (Anthony Dawson)—Shot by Bond
  • Miss Taro (Zena Marshall)—Arrested
  • Annabelle Chung, the Photographer (Marguerite LeWars)—Survives
  • Mr. Jones (Reginald Carter)—Poisons self with cyanide capsule
  • Three Blind Mice (Eric Coverly, Charles Edghill and Henry Lopez)—Die in car crash

From Russia with Love

Goldfinger

  • Bonita (Nadja Regin)—Unknown
  • Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton)—Changes sides; Suffocated by gold paint
  • Capungo (Alf Joint)—Electrocuted by Bond
  • Jack Strap (Hal Galili)—Gassed by Goldfinger
  • Kisch (Michael Mellinger)—Thrown over rail by Oddjob
  • Martin Solo (Martin Benson)—Shot by Oddjob and his corpse disposed of in a scrap metal compactor
  • Mei-Lei (Mai Ling)—Unknown
  • Midnight (Bill Nagy)—Gassed by Goldfinger
  • Mr. Ling (Burt Kwouk)—Shot by Goldfinger
  • Oddjob (Harold Sakata)—Electrocuted by Bond
  • Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman)—Changes sides; survives
  • Pussy Galore's Flying Circus Pilots (Caron Gardiner, Lesley Hill & Aleta Morrison)—Unknown

Thunderball

  • Vargas (Philip Locke)—Harpooned by Bond
  • Count Lippe (Guy Doleman)—Blown up by Fiona
  • Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi)—Accidentally shot by henchman (Bond deliberately uses her as a human shield)
  • Colonel Jacques Bouvar (Rose Alba and Bob Simmons)—Strangled with fireplace poker by Bond
  • Dr. Ladislav Kutze (George Pravda)—Unknown; changes sides by helping Domino to escape and renders the atomic bomb on board the Disco Volante useless
  • Angelo Palazzi (Paul Stassino)—Drowns, courtesy of Largo
  • Quist (Bill Cummings)—Fed to sharks by Largo
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 9 (Clive Cazes)—Electrocuted by Blofeld after being found guilty of embezzlement
  • SPECTRE Agent No. 11 (Cecil Sheng)—Survives
  • Janni (Michael Brennan)—Dies when the Disco Volante crashes

You Only Live Twice

Diamonds Are Forever

George Lazenby era (1969)

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

  • Gumbold (James Bree)—Survives
  • Grunther (Yuri Borienko)—Impaled on spike bed by Tracy
  • Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat)—Survives
  • Blofeld's Angels of Death—Changes sides; Survives
  • SPECTRE Skier (George Leech)—Strangled then thrown off cliff by Bond

Roger Moore era (1973-1985)

Live and Let Die

  • Tee Hee (Julius W. Harris)—Thrown out train window by Bond
  • Whisper (Earl Jolly Brown)—Unknown, last seen trapped in an airtight container
  • Baron Samedi (Geoffrey Holder)—First shot, then thrown into a coffin full of venomous snakes by Bond; later revealed to have survived
  • Adam (Tommy Lane)—Blown up in boat crash by Bond
  • Cab Driver (Arnold Williams)— Unknown
  • Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry)—Shot by gun hidden in mouth of Kananga's scarecrows
  • Sales Girl (Kubi Chaza)—Survives
  • Dambala (Michael Ebbin)—Shot by Bond
  • Casual Assassin (Alvin Alcorn)—Unknown

The Man with the Golden Gun

The Spy Who Loved Me

Moonraker

  • Apollo Jet Hostess (Leila Shenna)—Unknown, possibly dies when plane crashes
  • Jaws (Richard Kiel)—Changes sides and survives
  • Chang (Toshiro Suga)—Thrown through clock face into piano by Bond
  • Lady Victoria Devon (Francoise Gayat)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Countess Labinsky (Catherine Serre)—Deceased; Unknown
  • La Signorina del Mateo (Chichinou Kaeppler)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Mademoiselle Deladier (Beatrice Libert)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Blonde Beauty (Irka Bonchenco)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Drax's Girl (Niciase Jean Louis)—Deceased; Unknown
  • Tree assassin (Guy Delorme)—Killed by Bond with a "missed" shot while pheasant hunting

For Your Eyes Only

  • Erich Kriegler (John Wyman)—Thrown through window and off a cliff by Bond
  • Emile Leopold Locque (Michael Gothard)—Shot in shoulder and kicked off cliff in car by Bond
  • Hector Gonzales (Stefan Kalipha)—Shot with crossbow by Melina
  • Apostis (Jack Klaff)—Knocked off cliff by Bond
  • Claus (Charles Dance)—Harpooned by Columbo's men

Octopussy

  • Magda (Kristina Wayborn)—Changes sides; Survives
  • Gobinda (Kabir Bedi)—Knocked off plane by Bond
  • Mischka (David Meyer)—Bludgeoned with cannon by Bond
  • Grischka (Anthony Meyer)—Stabbed by Bond
  • Lenkin (Peter Porteous)—Arrested by the KGB
  • Hired thugs (William Derrick, R.J. Bell, and Ravinder Singh Reyett)—One killed by octopus (either poisoned or suffocated); one shot in neck by (possibly poisoned) dart; one eaten by crocodile
  • Colonel Toro (Ken Norris)—Killed in explosion

A View to a Kill

Timothy Dalton era (1987-1989)

The Living Daylights

  • Kara Milovy (Maryam D'Abo)—Changes sides; Survives
  • Colonel Feyador (John Bowe)—Killed by grenade
  • Imposter 00 (Carl Rigg)—Killed in exploding car
  • Necros (Andreas Wisniewski)—Falls from rear of a cargo plane whilst having a mid-air fight on a dangling cargo net with Bond
  • Sergeant Stagg (Derek Hoxby)—Shot by Pushkin

Licence to Kill

Pierce Brosnan era (1995-2002)

GoldenEye

Tomorrow Never Dies

The World Is Not Enough

Die Another Day

Daniel Craig era (2006-present)

Casino Royale

  • Alex Dimitrios (Simon Abkarian)—Stabbed by Bond
  • Kratt (Clemens Schick)—Killed offscreen by Mr. White
  • Valenka (Ivana Miličević)—Killed offscreen by Mr. White
  • Mollaka (Sébastien Foucan)—Shot by Bond
  • Carlos (Claudio Santamaria)—Blown up by Bond
  • Adolph Gettler (Richard Sammel)—Shot with nail gun by Bond
  • Steven Obanno (Isaach De Bankolé)—Strangled by Bond
  • Leo (Emmanuel Avena)—Arrested
  • Dryden (Malcolm Sinclair)—Shot by Bond
  • Fisher (Daud Shah)—Drowned, then shot by Bond
  • Tall Man (Leos Stransky)—Crushed by elevator
  • Obanno's Lieutenant (Michael Offei)—Thrown off stairwell by Bond
  • Vesper Lynd (Eva Green) — Drowned

Quantum of Solace

  • Elvis (Anatole Taubman[1])—Incinerated
  • General Medrano (Joaquin Cosío[2])—Shot by Camille
  • Edmund Slate (Neil Jackson)—Stabbed in neck with scissors by Bond
  • Gregory Beam (David Harbour)—Fired from CIA
  • Yusef Kabira (Simon Kassianides)—Arrested by MI6
  • Craig Mitchell (Glenn Foster)—Shot by Bond
  • Guy Haines (Paul Ritter)—Survives
  • Gregor Karakov (Gustavo Nanez)—Survives
  • Moishe Soref (Tsedor Gyalzur)—Survives
  • Gift Bag Man (Christian Heller)—Knocked unconscious by Bond
  • Greene's Driver (Carl Von Malaise)—Shot by Bond
  • Carlos (Fernando Guillen Cuervo)—Shot by Bond

Skyfall

  • Patrice (Ola Rapace)—Falls from a skyscraper in Shanghai
  • Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe)—Changes sides; Shot by Silva
  • Sévérine's Bodyguard (Tank Dong)—Attacked and eaten by Komodo Dragons
  • Sévérine's Bodyguard (Roger Yuan)—Knocked unconscious by Eve
  • Sévérine's Bodyguard (Liang Yang)—Knocked unconscious by Bond
  • Silva's mercenary (Jens Hultén)—Drowned by Bond in a frozen lake
  • Silva's mercenary (Adebayo Bolaji)—Shot by Bond
  • Boat Captain (Milorad Kapor)—Shot by Bond

Non-Eon henchmen

Casino Royale (1953 TV special)

  • Basil (Gene Roth)—Shot by Bond
  • Zoltan (Kurt Katch)—Survives

Casino Royale (1967)

  • Agent Mimi (Deborah Kerr)—Switched sides; became a nun who gives Bond information; survives
  • Vesper Lynd (Ursula Andress)— Presumed killed in ending atomic explosion
  • Miss Goodthighs (Jacqueline Bisset)—Survives
  • Frau Hoffner (Anna Quayle)—Shot by deceased WWI soldier
  • Polo (Ronnie Corbett)—Short-circuited by Mata Bond
  • Le Chiffre's Representative (Vladek Sheybal)—Blown up in telephone booth by Le Chiffre
  • Casino Clerk (Actor Unknown)—Shot by Bond and Vesper

Never Say Never Again

  • Fatima Blush (Barbara Carrera)—Blown up by pen grenade used by Bond
  • Lippe (Pat Roach)—Killed by Bond in fight at health clinic, in which he is impaled on broken beakers

Video game henchmen

007: Agent Under Fire

Main article: 007: Agent Under Fire
  • Nigel Bloch (J. B. Blanc, voice)—Shot with rocket launcher by Bond
  • Carla the Jackal (Roxana Orteg, voice)—Knocked into fan by Bond
  • Reginald Griffin's clone (Michael Ensign, voice)—Unknown

007: Nightfire

  • Armitage Rook (Richard Whiten, voice)—Knocked into fan by Bond (PC version)/shot by Bond (console version)
  • Makiko "Kiko" Hayashi (Tamlyn Tomita, voice)—Incinerated by Bond in missile silo

007: Everything or Nothing

  • Katya Nadanova (Heidi Klum)—Blown up by Bond, dies in plane crash
  • Jean Le Rouge (Marc Graue)—Shot by Bond
  • Jaws—likeness (Richard Kiel)—Unknown
  • Arkady Yayakov—Crushed by sphere

GoldenEye: Rogue Agent

007: From Russia with Love

  • Eva (Maria Menounos)—Dies when plane crashes into door in OCTOPUS base
  • OCTOPUS Commando Team—Leader shot down from jet-pack by Bond; Assassin shot by Bond; Bearded Assassin crashed into Big Ben

James Bond 007: Blood Stone

Main article: James Bond 007: Blood Stone
  • Greco (Luis Soto, voice)—Unknown
  • Bernin (Ramon Tikaram, voice)—Falls to his death after Bond kicks him off a ledge

See also

References

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