Appearing as Trench in Connery's first film as iconic British superspy James Bond, Gayson set the standard for the film's leading ladies and prompted Connery's Bond to deliver the immortal introduction: "Bond".
Eunice Gayson, the actress who played the first Bond girl, has died at the age of 90. She was "an awesome lady who left a lasting impression on everyone she met", her feed says. "She will be very much missed", the post said. Someone with access to the account let fans know that Gayson had passed away on Friday, June 8. She will of course be forever immortalised for her part in the James Bond films in the role of Sylvia Trench. "Our honest thoughts are with her family", they said. Bond replies: "I admire your courage, Miss, er.?" I admire your luck, Mr'.
Gayson said in 2012 that filming the scene had not been easy as Sean Connery struggled with the line.
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Gayson's voice was dubbed in the two Bond films by German voice actress Nikki Van Der Zyl. The Trench character was slated to become a regular character in Bond films, but Goldfinger director Guy Hamilton nixed the plan.
The actor was born in Surrey in 1928, and played in other screen roles including Hammer Horror's 1958 movie The Revenge of Frankenstein and The Avengers.