Gayson starred as Sylvia Trench in the first James Bond film "Dr".
Eunice Gayson - best known for being the James Bond franchise's very first Bond girl - has died. according to producers of the famous film series. "Our honest thoughts are with her family", the statement read. She appeared in 1958's horror film The Revenge of Frankenstein before landing the role of Trench on 1962's Dr. No opposite Sean Connery.
"We are very sad to learn that our dear Eunice passed away on June 8th", the tweet reads above a photo of Gayson in a purple blouse. She will be very much missed.
We send our thoughts and condolences to Eunice's loved ones during this hard time. She also helped Sean Connery overcome nerves to deliver his most iconic Bond line in Dr. No, the BBC reports. I admire your luck, Mr'.
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"Bond, James Bond", Connery replies.
Gayson's voice was dubbed in the two Bond films by German voice actress Nikki Van Der Zyl.
Chatting in 2012, Eunice revealed that Sean was extremely nervous during their scenes. "The day took off from that moment - he was so relaxed", Gayson noted.
Trench is the only Bond girl to feature in two films.
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Gayson was originally to be cast as Miss Moneypenny, but the part went to Lois Maxwell instead.
Her character was due to be recurring in the series, but she was axed by 'Goldfinger' director Guy Hamilton.
She also appeared on TV in "The Saint" (starring future Bond Roger Moore), "The Avengers", and "Secret Agent".
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