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Pierce Brosnan
Sean Connery
Roger Moore
Dean Martin
James Coburn
Mike Myers
Patrick McGoohan

Pierce Brosnan:                     When the Bond franchise was at an all-time low,  in the 90’s, Irish born Pierce, star of TV’s “Remington Steele” came to the rescue when he was cast as the world’s favorite super spy. With 4 successful Bond films up his sleeve, Pierce has  established himself as a modern-day cool guy.

Sean Connery:
After  small parts in films such as “Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure” & “Darby O’Gill & The Little People”, Sean won the role of Ian Fleming’s suave super spy James Bond in “Dr. No”, the film that started the secret agent craze of the 60’s that has continued on into the new millennium.

Roger Moore:                  
From popular TV shows such as “Ivanhoe”, “The Alaskans”, “The Saint” & “The Persuaders”, Roger eased into the role of everybody’s favorite super spy, James Bond  & like his code name OO7, Moore starred in 7 popular Bond flicks from “Live And Let Die” to “A View To A Kill”.

Dean Martin:
This tall, former boxer with the curly black hair, found fame & fortune after he teamed up with funnyman Jerry Lewis in a string of comedies. He later became part of Sinatra’ s Rat Pack & a star in his own right with films such as “Rio Bravo”, “Kiss, Me Stupid “ & 4 Matt Helm Spy flicks.   

James Coburn:
Tall, slim built, tough guy who gained notice after  portraying the cowboy with the fast knife in the star studded western “The Magnificent Seven”, eased into starring roles of his own, most notably as the super cool secret agent Derek Flint in the 2 popular “Our Man Flint” films.

Mike Myers:
Canadian born comic whose film break came  when his “Saturday Night Live” sketch was adapted for the big screen in the wacky comedy “Wayne’s World”. “Austin Powers” & its sequels soon followed in which Myers successfully plays both secret agent &  super villain, Dr. Evil.

Patrick McGoohan:
Before Connery became James Bond, McGoohan was secret agent John Drake, the original 1960s super spy in the half hour TV Series “Danger Man”   (1960-61). The TV series proved so popular that it later returned in a 1 hour format & under a new title “Secret Agent” (1964-66). 

Don Adams
George Lazenby
Timothy Dalton
Richard Johnson
Richard Harrison
Frankie Muniz
Robert Vaughn

Don Adams:                           If one role could make someone an international star,  then agent Maxwell Smart, certainly did just that for Don Adams. With the hit spy TV series “Get Smart” under his belt, Don took his small screen role to the big screen for the spinoff feature film “The Nude Bomb” (1980).

George Lazenby:
This former car salesman, supermodel & martial arts instructor was an accomplished skier & horseman who went straight from Television commercials & into the role of suave secret agent 007 in the 1st non-Connery Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”.

Timothy Dalton:
This classically trained Shakespearian actor moved from the stage to character  roles in period films such as “Cromwell” “Wuthering Heights” & “Mary, Queen Of Scots” before moving into action  films like “Flash Gordon” & of course his two high-tech James Bond adventures.

Richard Johnson:
Rumor has it that this British born actor was on the small list of names to play James Bond in the original Bond film “Dr. No”. Richard did however manage to star in two of his own secret agent flicks “Deadlier Than The Male” & “Some Girls Do”, as Bond clone Bulldog Drummond.   

Richard Harrison:
After bit parts in US films such as “South Pacific” & “Master Of The World”, this American muscleman moved to Italy to star in peplums, westerns & spy flicks such as “Secret Agent Fireball” (1965) & “Killers Are Challenged”   (aka “Bob  Fleming: Mission Casablanca” 1966).

Frankie Muniz:
This New Jersey born TV star (“Malcolm In The Middle”) has become the youngest super spy to appear on the big screen in two blockbuster flicks that hold strong appeal with family audiences, “Agent Cody Banks” & “Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London” (2003 - 2004).

Robert Vaughn:


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