First bond girl Eunice Gayson dies: 007 babe found dead


Eunice starred alongside original 007 Sean Connery.

The actress died yesterday it has been confirmed, in a post shared by her official Twitter page.

Gayson starred as Sylvia Trench in the first James Bond film "Dr". She was "an unbelievable lady who left a lasting impression on everyone she met", her feed says.

As Ms Trench and 007 played cards at the Le Cercle Club casino, Bond says: 'I admire your courage, Miss, er...?', to which Sylvia says: 'Trench, Sylvia Trench.

When asked in an interview in 2012 who her favourite actor to play the British spy was, Gayson replied: "Obviously my loyalty is with Sean". Someone with access to the account let fans know that Gayson had passed away on Friday, June 8. No, interestingly, the casting director wanted her to play Miss Moneypenny, but that role went to Lois Maxwell instead.

However, Eunice mostly stuck to TV after her Bond appearances but her most recently credited role according to IMDB was back in 1972's The Adventurer.

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Do you remember watching Eunice Gayson in the James Bond films?

"I'd known Sean for years and I'd never seen him so nervous as he was on that day because of all these delays", she said of this scene. "We went back on set and he said the name "Bond, James Bond" in a lovely way".

Trench is the only Bond girl to feature in two films.

Gayson was a British actress with a long and prolific career.

Gayson also appeared opposite Peter Cushing in 1958 Hammer horror film "The Revenge of Frankenstein", and in episodes of 1960s television series "The Avengers" and "The Saint".