Margaret Nolan, ‘Goldfinger’ Bond lady, useless at 76
Margaret Nolan, iconic for her function as Dink within the James Bond movie “Goldfinger,” has died at 76.
Her son, Oscar Deeks, confirmed the information that she had handed away on Oct. 5, Selection reported. She can also be survived by one other son, Luke O’Sullivan.
The previous glamour mannequin, who briefly posed below the title Vicky Kennedy, additionally gained fame for her function in The Beatles film “A Laborious Day’s Evening” and within the household comedy “Carry On” movie franchise.
After her sensual efficiency subsequent to Sean Connery’s James Bond in “Goldfinger” in 1964, the blond bombshell would go on to pose for Playboy.
Director Edgar Wright additionally shared the news on Twitter.
“It’s my unhappy obligation to report that actress and artist, the magnificent Margaret Nolan has handed away,” he wrote on Sunday.
“She was the center of Venn diagram of every little thing cool within the ’60s; having appeared with The Beatles, been past iconic in Bond and been a part of the Carry On forged too.”
In a thread, he continued, “She was the gold painted mannequin within the iconic Goldfinger title sequence and poster (she additionally performed Dink within the film), she appeared within the traditional ‘A Laborious Day’s Evening,’ ‘Carry On Ladies,’ ‘No Intercourse Please We’re British’ & many others, continuously sending up her personal glamourpuss picture.”
“I labored along with her final 12 months as she performs a small function in ‘Final Evening In Soho.’ She was so humorous, sharp and, as you may think, stuffed with probably the most superb tales. I’m so glad I acquired to know her,” stated Wright, who forged Nolan in her last function in 2019.
“My coronary heart goes out to her household and all that cherished her. She shall be a lot missed,” he added.
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