Bond ends up with a different girl in every movie, right? Well, except if that girl is played by Maud Adams. The Swedish actress is the only person to appear as two separate lead Bond Girls. In 1974’s The Man with the Golden Gun, Adams plays the villain Scaramanga’s girlfriend, Andrea Anders. Andrea turns on Scaramanga but meets a typical Bond-Girl end. (Read: death.) In 1983, she shows up again in the title role in 1983’s Octopussy, as a rich smuggler with a pet cephalopod.
And those aren’t Adams’ only Bond-movie creds, although you might be harder pressed to spot the third one without any hints. She doesn’t show up in the movie’s credits, but she’s also an extra in 1985’s A View to a Kill, playing “Woman in Fisherman’s Wharf Crowd.” One James Bond fan site claims to have located her, a little more than an hour into the movie, wearing a black suit and sunglasses.