Serbia-conceived performing artist Nadja Regin, best known for featuring in Bond films From Russia With Love and Goldfinger, kicked the bucket Monday at 87 years old.
The official James Bond Twitter account shared the news on the microblogging webpage.
"We are exceptionally sorry to learn that Nadja Regin has passed away at 87 years old. Nadja showed up in two Bond films, 'FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE' and 'GOLDFINGER'. Our considerations are with her family and companions at this pitiful time (sic)," the tweet read.
She was best referred to for her job as the courtesan of Kerim Bey in From Russia with Love and had a littler appearance as Bonita in the pre-credit grouping of Goldfinger, which included Sean Connery as the famous British covert operative.
Regin additionally worked for the little screen and her TV jobs included shows, for example, The Avengers, Danger Man, "The Saint and Dixon of Dock Green. The performing artist showed up in a few British TV programs during the 1960s and furthermore showed up in the 1964 New Zealand film Runaway.
During the 1970s, she worked in select contents for film organizations including Rank Films and Hammer Films.
Following 10 years, the performing artist moved far from the spotlight to set up a little distributing organization close by her sister Jelena, which had some expertise in history and theory.
She additionally composed a novel, titled The Victims and the Fools, which she distributed under her full name Nadja Poderegin.
The updates on Regin's demise comes seven days after her Goldfinger co-star Tania Mallet, 77, passed away.