BOND Girl Eva Green stars in Dumbo as Colette Marchant in the live-action adaptation of the beloved Disney classic.
But who is she, how old is the French actress, and who did she play in Casino Royale? Here’s what you need to know…Handout
Bond girl Eva Green has been cast in the upcoming tv adaption of The Luminaries
Who is Eva Green?
Eva Green is a French actress who has starred in Casino Royale and Penny Dreadful.
She was born in Paris in 1980, and spent time growing up in London and Ireland as well as France.
She was educated at the English-speaking American University of Paris, and decided to become an actor at 14.
She got her big break in 2006 after being cast in Casino Royale at the last minute – after previously having turned down the role.
Film Company She plays Vesper Lynd, a foreign liaison agent from the government’s Financial Action Task Force
How old is the Dumbo star?
Eva Green was born on 6 July 1980, which makes her 38 years old.
She considers herself as a secular Jew “who never attended synagogue as a girl”.
Her trademark black hair is actually a dye job – she is naturally blonde.
She collects preserved skulls and is a keen taxidermist.
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Who did she play in James Bond’s Casino Royale?
Eva Green plays Vesper Lynd, a foreign liaison agent from the government’s Financial Action Task Force.
Her job is to make sure that James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) takes care of the treasury’s money during the poker tournament.
She commits suicide at the end of the film by deliberately drowning herself as Bond tries to rescue her from a sunk elevator.
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