Honor Blackman, Ursula Andress, and Eunice Gayson are some of the most legendary Bond girls of all time.
However, what happened to them since their days with 007?
We looked at 20 bond girls 50 and over to celebrate half a century of James Bond.
While many of them eventually retired from acting–being best known for their singular roles as Bond girls–some continued successful acting careers, and carry it out until this day.
From "Dr. No" to "The Living Daylights" see how the Bond babes have changed over the years.
"Dr. No" (1962): Ursula Andress popularized the now-iconic scene where she steps out on the beach as Honey Ryder.
Now (Age 76): In 2005, Andress starred in small comedy "The Bird Preachers." The following year she was named honorary citizen of her birthplace Ostermundigen.
"Dr. No" / "From Russia with Love" (1962/1963): Eunice Gayson played Bond's girlfriend Sylvia Trench in two films.
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