Le Chiffre in Casino Royale
For Daniel Craig's first outing as 007, Mads Mikelsen was impeccably cast as the evil Le Chiffre in Casino Royale. Can we just say that we love the look on his face when Bond returns to the casino table after Le Chiffre thinks he has killed him?!
Red Grant in From Russia With Love
Red Grant in From Russia with Love was one of the most psychotic villains in the Bond canon. And long before he would battle a shark in Jaws, Robert Shaw would go head-to-head with Bond as Red Grant.
Oddjob in Goldfinger
Oddjob could kill with just his hat, and we loved him for it. Harold Sakata would have the role of a lifetime in Goldfinger. Think he could wear a hat in public without people asking him to throw it for the rest of his life?
Mr. Big in Live and Let Die
Yaphet Kotto brought a little New Orleans viciousness to the Bond world in Live and Let Die and in the process became one of our favorite 007 villains for the hell he put Roger Moore through.
The Man with the Golden Gun
The villain in The Man with the Golden Gun was so awful that they named the movie after his character! And did you know that Christopher Lee was the first choice to play Dr. No? Yup, he was related to Ian Fleming, but the role was already cast. We're actually kind of glad. He's the PERFECT Man with the Golden Gun.
Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker
Richard Kiel towered at seven-foot, two-inches tall and would forever be known as his character from the Bond series -- Jaws. He casts a long shadow over all other Bond villains and was one of the rarest to appear in more than one movie.
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