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Eunice Gayson, the First Bond Girl, Dies at 90

10 June 2018

Unlike many Bond Girls who would meet untimely ends during the franchise's 50-year-plus history, Gayson's character Sylvia Trench actually appeared in two films - the very first 007 adventure, "Dr".

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Actress Eunice Gayson who played the first ever Bond girl has died aged 90.

Her passing was noted on her official Twitter account, which stated: "We are very sad to learn that our dear Eunice passed away on 8 June". She was "an awesome lady who left a lasting impression on everyone she met", her feed says. She proposed they raise the stakes, and Bond said, "I admire you're courage, Miss er...?" to which she replied, "Trench".

We send our thoughts and condolences to Eunice's loved ones during this hard time.

She played Sylvia Trench in 007's 1962 debut Dr No and flirted with Bond in 1963's From Russia With Love
She played Sylvia Trench in 007's 1962 debut Dr No and flirted with Bond in 1963's From Russia With Love

Eunice portrayed Sylvia Trench along with Sean Connery in the movie that began the massively successful 007 movies. "No" - died Friday. according to her official Twitter page. "I admire your luck, Mr ...?" "The day took off from that moment - he was so relaxed", Gayson noted.

Kate later appeared in Bond Film Golden Eye.

And yet Ms Gayson's voice is not heard in either film.

She played Bond's love interest Sylvia Trench having originally being cast as Miss Moneypenny.

Other notable film roles came in the 1958 Hammer horror film The Revenge of Frankenstein in which she starred opposite Peter Cushing. The Trench character was slated to become a regular character in Bond films, but Goldfinger director Guy Hamilton nixed the plan.

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Eunice Gayson, the First Bond Girl, Dies at 90