A VIEW TO A KILL: MAY DAY (Grace Jones)
Bond: "I see you're a woman of very few words."
May Day: "What is there to say?
The lover and chief henchwoman of evil industrialist Max Zorin, May Day has incredible strength thanks to her heavy use of anabolic steroids. Like Pussy Galore and Jaws, she is one of the few Bond villains to switch sides. In one scene, the KGB guard she holds over her head is her then real-life lover Dolph Lundgren.
Fate: She dies by blowing herself up with a bomb destined to flood a mine near Silicon Valley.
The Actress: The Jamaican-born singer, model and actress originally worked with Andy Warhol before establishing a musical career with hits including Nightclubbing and Slave to the Rhythm. On screen, she played Zula The Amazon in Conan The Destroyer and Helen Strange in the Eddie Murphy film Boomerang. In 2006, she participated in a gathering of 1,224 people named Jones in Cardiff and is also remembered for battering Russell Harty during his chat show.