Madeleine Swann for the 25th Bond film in 2020, a rare repeat performance for a Bond girl.
For many Bond girls, a Bond film is the biggest thing they've ever done and ever will do, but that was not the case with.
Most recently she was recognizable to American audiences as Lady Rosamund Painswick on the hit series Downton Abbey.
She continued acting through the '70s, '80s, and '90s — landing roles in everything from Brenda Starr to The Concrete Jungle — until 2002, at which point she largely retired.
She has continued to work steadily as an actress, writer, and director ever since.
She didn't fit the same role as the others, but she was a steadfast supporting star, playing the role in 14 films for more than two decades until her final appearance alongside Roger Moore in A View to A Kill in 1985.