Bond girl Jane Seymour gives rare interview about 'Live And Let Die'
"My Bond character was meant to look like a virgin, I don't think they do that very often," Jane Seymour told FOX411
The British actress, who has made America her home, gave a rare interview about her time on the 1973 James Bond film "Live And Let Die".
"Usually they are looking for someone exotic, different, beautiful, someone that is a nemesis or a lover for (Bond). There is always a twist to it, there is always something exotic about a Bond girl."
"Being in that film I was just 20 and starting out, so it was a huge deal. I had a career afterwards, but I have never done anything remotely like that since then. I had to go back to what I knew and what I do which is more practical stuff," she said.
"And this was the first Roger Moore Bond film, and it was big shoes to climb into after Sean Connery. I was watching Roger deal with that, but I was very new to acting so I realized I had a lot to learn."
"It's interesting that whenever I meet some of the other Bond girls, I always have something in common, and it is an interesting sorority. We all share about our Bonds," she giggled. âWe may as well be in high school."
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