"Dr. No" (1962): Ursula Andress popularized the now-iconic scene where she steps out on the beach as Honey Ryder.
Now (Age 83): In 2005, Andress starred in small comedy "The Bird Preachers."
"Dr. No" / "From Russia With Love" (1962/1963): Eunice Gayson played Bond's girlfriend Sylvia Trench in two films.
Now: Gayson died in 2018. She was 90.
"From Russia With Love" (1963): Daniela Bianchi played Soviet Army Intelligence Corporal Tatiana Romanova.
Now (Age 77): Bianchi starred in small Italian and French films after Bond before retiring from acting in 1970.
"Goldfinger" (1964): Honor Blackman quit her role on "The Avengers" to appear as Pussy Galore.
Now (Age 94): Blackman was still starring in films until 2015.
"Goldfinger" (1964): Model Tania Mallet was cast as Tilly Masterson after her photo was sent to the Bond producer.
Now: Mallet died in April 2019 at the age of 77.
"Goldfinger" (1964): Margaret Nolan played the small role of Bond's masseuse, Dink.
Now (Age 76): Nolan hasn't starred in films since 1986, but appeared in 2011's "The Power of Three."
"Goldfinger" (1964): Shirley Eaton became a sex symbol in the '60s after playing the role of Jill Masterson.
Now (Age 82): Eaton retired from acting in 1969 to raise her family.
"Thunderball" (1965): French actress Claudine Auger is best known for her role as Dominique "Domino" Derval.
Now (Age 78): Auger was still acting in mostly foreign films up until 1997.
"Thunderball" (1965): Luciana Paluzzi played SPECTRE agent Fiona Volpe.
Now (Age 82): Paluzzi appeared in several movies through the 1960.
"Thunderball" (1965): British actress Martine Beswick played Bond's assistant Paula Caplan who gets kidnapped.
Now (Age 78): Beswick was in films and television through the '90s including "One Million Years B.C.," "The Six Million Dollar Man," and "Falcon Crest."
"You Only Live Twice" (1967): Karin Dor played SPECTRE assassin Helga Brandt.
Now: The German actress died in 2017 at the age of 79.
"On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969): Diana Rigg played Bond's wife Tracy (Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo).
Now (Age 81): Rigg still acts today. "Game of Thrones" fans will recognize her as Lady Olenna Tyrell.
"Diamonds are Forever" (1971): Jill St. John played diamond smuggler Tiffany Case.
Now (Age 79): St. John went on to work in five films with husband Robert Wagner before retiring in 2002.
"Diamonds are Forever" (1971): Lana Wood played the small, but memorable role of Plenty O'Toole.
Now (Age 73): Wood retired from acting in the mid-80s but resurfaced in several films since 2008.
"Live and Let Die" (1973): Jane Seymour played tarot expert Solitaire.
Now (Age 68): Seymour's best known for '90s series "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman."
"Live and Let Die" (1973): Gloria Hendry played CIA double agent Rosie Carver.
Now (Age 70): Hendry also starred in films "Black Caesar" and "Hell Up in Harlem."
"The Man With the Golden Gun" (1974): Britt Ekland played Bond's assistant, Mary Goodnight.
Now (Age 77): Ekland has appeared on TV series since, but has performed in various stage performances of "Cinderella."
"The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977): Barbara Bach played Soviet KGB agent Triple X.
Now (Age 72): Bach married Beatle drummer Ringo Starr (below).
"The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977): Caroline Munro was cast as Naomi.
Now (Age 70): Munro still acts and is known for her roles in horror and sci-fi films.
"Moonraker" (1979): Lois Chiles played CIA agent Holly Goodhead.
Now (Age 72): Chiles has appeared in a number of smaller film and TV roles
"For Your Eyes Only" (1981): Carole Bouquet played Melina Havelock, the daughter of murdered marine archaeologists.
Now (Age 62): Bouquet modeled for Chanel through the '90s.
"For Your Eyes Only" (1981): Lynn-Holly Johnson's role as Olympic medalist hopeful Bibi Dahl wasn't coincidence.
Now (Age 60): Johnson finished her acting career in 1996 to focus on her family.
"Octopussy" (1983): Maud Adams returned to the Bond franchise as the titular character.
Now (Age 74): Though Adams doesn't act much anymore she frequents Bond events.
"Octopussy" (1983): Swedish actress Kristina Wayborn played Octopussy's henchwoman Magda.
Now (Age 69): Wayborn went on to appear on television series including "The Love Boat," "Dallas," and "Baywatch."
"A View to a Kill" (1985): Former "Charlie's Angel" Tanya Roberts played geologist Stacey Sutton.
Now (Age 64): Roberts starred in a few films before landing a role on "That '70s Show."
"A View to a Kill" (1985): Jamaican singer and model Grace Jones played villain Max Zorin's bodyguard and lover May Day.
Now (Age 71): The singer continues to perform and
"The Living Daylights" (1987): Former model Maryam d'Abo played Kara Milovy.
Now (Age 58): d'Abo co-wrote 2002's "Bond Girls Are Forever" and produced a documentary of the same name with other Bond girls.
"Licence to Kill" (1989): Carey Lowell played pilot and ex-CIA agent Pam Bouvier.
Now (Age 58): Lowell later starred on "Law & Order."
"GoldenEye" (1995): Famke Janssen played murderer Xenia Onatopp.
Now (Age 55): Janssen was one of the leading ladies in the "X-Men" franchise in the 2000s.
"Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997): Michelle Yeoh starred as Colonel Wai Lin.
Now (Age 57): Yeoh starred in Oscar-winning movies "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and "Memoirs of a Geisha."
"Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997): The "Lois & Clark" star played one of Bond's ex-girlfriends, Paris Carver.
Now (Age 54): Hatcher starred on ABC's hit drama "Desperate Housewives."
"The World Is Not Enough" (1999): Denise Richards starred as nuclear physicist Dr. Christmas Jones.
Now (Age 48): Richards wrote a memoir called "The Real Girl Next Door" in 2011.
"Die Another Day" (2002): Halle Berry plays NSA agent Jinx Johnson.
Now (Age 53): Berry continued playing Storm in the "X-Men" films in the 2000s.
"Die Another Day" (2002): Rosamund Pike was undercover M16 agent, Miranda Frost.
Now (Age 40): Pike received a best actress Oscar nomination for her role in 2014's "Gone Girl."
"Casino Royale" (2006): Eva Green played Bond's lover Vesper Lynd in the newest 007 franchise.
Now (Age 39): The French actress and model starred in the "Sin City" sequel and "Penny Dreadful."