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BETTINE LE BEAU (BOND GIRL)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2008-05-01
Professor Dent's Secretary in DR NO 1962

I first met the wonderful Bettine Le Beau at Autographica in Birmingham in April 2008, a very sweet and kind person.

Miss Le Beau is incredibly talented and fluent in five languages: English, French, German, Yiddish and Spanish. Her creative hands have helped her excel as a sculptor and as a portrait painter.

She has gone from a career in the entertainment world to being a gifted motivational public speaker, often drawing from her traumatic experiences from 1940 as an inmate of a concentration camp. Her positive self-image and zest for life has enabled her to maintain a healthy body and mind, and her enthusiasm for good living is truly infectious and encouraging.

All I can say is that Bettine is one of the friendliest people I have ever met - In my eyes, a fantastic human being with a big heart.

Other cast & crew from Dr. No that FSWL has met:
>Charles Edgehill (actor)
>Count Prince Miller (actor)
>Eunice Gayson (actress)
>George Leech (stuntman)
>Ken Adam (production designer)
>Lois Maxwell (actress)
>Marguerite LeWars (actress)
>Monty Norman (soundtrack)
>Norman Wanstall (dubbing editor)
>Rocky Taylor (stuntman)
>Sean Connery (James Bond)
>Stanley Morgan (actor)
>Ursula Andress (actress)
>Yvonne Shima (actress)
>Zena Marshall (actress)

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in May 2008

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