Fiona Fullerton
(Pola Ivanova)

Name: Fiona Fullerton
Character: Pola Ivanova
Movie: A View To A Kill
Date of Birth: 10/10/56
Place of Birth: Kaduna, Nigeria

A Russian agent from Bond's past, Pola Ivanova, turns up just in time to save Bond from trouble. She falls foul of his slight of hand however, when he swaps her hard earned recording of Zorin's plans for a lovely collection of soothing Japanese music.

Most memorable quote:
Ivanova: The bubbles. They tickle my ... Tchaikovsky!


Former juvenile actress Fiona Fullerton first appeared onscreen at age 14 in 1969's Run Wild, Run Free. After a turn as Anastasia in Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), she starred as Alice in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 1972. However, she failed to make it big, in the next twenty years she took only small roles in films and on TV, most notably appearing in Roger Moore's last outing as James Bond, A View To A Kill, in 1985 and a follow up role as Lady Caroline in 1990's Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming, alongside Sean's son Jason Connery. She has also acted on stage, starring as Guenevere in a 1982 production of Camelot. Fullerton has had numerous TV appearances, including the British programmes The Charmer, Angels and the P D James thriller A Taste of Death.

She is married with a daughter and a stepson and now puts family life at the top of her list of priorities. As a businesswoman, she invests in the property market, buying and refurbishing properties which she lets and manages herself. She is also increasingly in demand as a writer, contributing regularly to magazines and writing a weekly column for the property pages of the Daily Telegraph. She has also presented her own Style Guide on satellite television.

Fullerton is also reported to have done screen tests with Timothy Dalton prior to The Living Daylights. Fiona portrayed Tatiana Romanova in a recreation of the scene where she meets Bond in his hotel bedroom in From Russia With Love.