Eunice Gayson Biography
Eunice Gayson was born on 17th March 1928 and died on 8th June 2018. She was an English actress is best known for acting as James Bond’s girlfriend, Sylvia Trench in (Dr. No and From Russia with Love). Initially, Gayson was to be given a role as Miss Moneypenny; however, that part went to Lois Maxwell. She was the first official Bond’s girlfriend.
|Born||Eunice Gayson was born on 17th March 1928 in Croydon, Surrey, UK|
|Died||Eunice Gayson died on 8th June 2018 (aged 90)|
|Notable credit(s)||Sylvia Trench in Dr. No and From Russia with Love|
|Spouse(s) | Husband||Leigh Vance (married on 1953; divorced on 1957)
Brian Jackson (married on 1957; divorced on 1977)
Eunice Gayson Acting Career/Profession
For various years Grayson filled the role of Frau Schrader (The Baroness) in the London generation of The Sound Of Music at the Palace Theater, singing two tunes which were cut from the film adaptation.
Gayson was initially to have been a regular face in the Bond film series; however, her character was dropped. Gayson’s voice in Dr. No and From Russia with Love was overdubbed by voice performer Nikki van der Zyl, just like the voices of about every one of the on-screen characters showing up in the initial two Bond films. However, Gayson’s genuine voice can even now be heard in different trailers for Dr. No.
As the principal female to be seen in Dr. No together with James Bond (Sean Connery), she is formally the plain first actress to have played a Bond young lady on film.
Gayson additionally assumed a noteworthy part in the Hammer blood and guts movie The Revenge of Frankenstein and was seen on the TV show, for example, The Saint and The Avengers.
Eunice Gayson Daughter
Eunice Gayson Death
Eunice Gayson died on 8 June 2018, aged 90. Gayson’s official Twitter feed related the news this morning.
We are very sad to learn that our dear Eunice passed away on June 8th. An amazing lady who left a lasting impression on everyone she met. She will be very much missed. pic.twitter.com/c5kVHs256Y
— Eunice Gayson (@EuniceGayson) June 9, 2018
The official James Bond Twitter account also shared their condolence message on twitter.
Comment from Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli: “We are so sad to learn that Eunice Gayson, our very first 'Bond girl' who played Sylvia Trench in DR. NO and FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE has passed away. Our sincere thoughts are with her family.” pic.twitter.com/W0UOcDEuZq
— James Bond (@007) June 9, 2018
Eunice Gayson Net Worth
Eunice Gayson evaluated total assets as of 2017 was estimated at around $1.2 Million. This included an Eunice Gayson earlier years Net Worth, Income, Salary and Property subtle elements.
Eunice Gayson Movies and TV Shows
- My Brother Jonathan (1948) – Young Girl
- It Happened in Soho (1948) – Julie
- The Huggetts Abroad (1949) – Peggy (uncredited)
- Melody in the Dark (1949) – Pat Evans
- Dance Hall (1950) – Mona
- To Have and to Hold (1951) – Peggy
- Down Among the Z Men (1952) – Officer’s Wife (uncredited)
- Miss Robin Hood (1952) – Pam
- Street Corner (1953) – Janet
- Dance, Little Lady (1954) – Adele
- One Just Man (1954)
- Out of the Clouds (1955) – Penny Henson
- Count of Twelve (1955) – Valerie Dyson (episode “Blind Man’s Bluff”)
- The Last Man to Hang? (1956) – Elizabeth Anders
- Zarak (1956) – Cathy Ingram
- Carry on Admiral (1957) – Jane Godfrey
- Light Fingers (1957) – Rose Levenham
- The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) – Margaret
- Hello London (1958) – Herself
- Dr. No (1962) – Sylvia Trench
- From Russia with Love (1963) – Sylvia Trench
- Danger Man (1964, TV Series) – Louise Bancroft
- The Saint (1964, TV Series) – Nora Prescott
- The Saint – “The Saint Bids Diamonds” (1965, TV Series) – Christine Graner
- The Avengers (1966, TV Series) – Lucille Banks
- Before the Fringe (1967, TV Series)
- The Adventurer (1972, TV Series) – Countess Marie
- MasterChef (2013, TV Series) – Herself (final role)Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow.A thought of comfort and condolences to the grieving family.
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