The girl Bond Tania Mallet died at age 77.
The British actress was best known for her role as Tilly Masterson with Sean Connery in the classic Goldfinger 007 of 007.
The sad news was confirmed by the heads of James Bond, who posted a statement through Twitter: "We hear it so much that Tania Mallet, who played Tilly Masterson at GOLDFINGER, died.
"Our thoughts are done with family and friends in this sad moment."
Fan sites that include Bondstars.com also posted tributes: "Unfortunately, we have to share the sad news that our beloved friend, Tania Mallet, has died.
"She was a very elegant and beautiful lady inside and outside:"
Mallet, the cousin of Dame Helen Mirren, started her career as a teenager model and became one of the most famous faces of the 1950s and 60s.
During her model career, a photo of her in a bikini was sent to the producer of James Bond Cubby Broccoli, who took her to the screen test for the role of Tatiana Romanova in 1957, From Russia With Love.
He lost his role, which went to the Italian beauty Daniela Bianchi.
However, he obtained another shot at Bond several years later, when he obtained the role of Tilly Masterson in the third exit 007, Goldfinger.
Tilly did not arrive until the end of the film, since it was assassinated by a perfumery man Oddjob.
Goldfinger became a great success, launched Mallet to international fame, but decided to get out of focus and never made another movie.
He later insisted that he hated his lack of freedom when he made contracts to make a movie and admitted that the money was "terrible."
It was said that Mallet had started 50 pounds sterling per day in the movie, but managed to negotiate up to 150 pounds sterling: most of them paid as a model.
His cousin Mirrren wrote about Mallet in his 2007 memoirs, and revealed that the model passed everything she gained from her career in her showbiz in her family.
He dedicated himself to helping his mother and even pay the education of his brothers.
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