General Gogol (Walter Gotell)

Character: General Gogol
Actor: Walter Gotell
Movie: The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View To A Kill, The Living Daylights.
Age: 50
Appearence: Bald, with remaining black/grey hair, his looks are that of a highly intelligent and dignified man, he wears frameless glasses, and is often wearing a business suit.
Status: Retired from the KGB

General Gogol is the head of the KGB, he appears to be highly intelligent. He is fluent in English, but speaks with a heavy Russian accent, unlike MI6's M, Gogol actually possesses somewhat of a sense of humour. He is a very respected man among colleagues in the field of espionage. Like Bond, General Gogol has a deep attraction for beautiful women, as is displayed with

General Gogol has been involved in the missions since The Spy Who Loved Me assignment, in which he ordered Anya Amosova to work with James Bond. In the Moonraker mission, General Gogol suspected that Drax's secret space station was an American military threat, but the US government reassured Gogol they were not involved. In the For Your Eyes Only mission, Gogol although not particularly an ally, and was after the ATAC, stopped his men from killing Bond when he threw the ATAC over a cliff to keep it out of Gogol's willing hands.