Honey Ryder was portrayed by the Swiss actress Ursula Andress in the 1962 "Bond" movie "Dr. No" starring Sean Connery. Honey Ryder is a Jamaican shell diver. Her entrance in the movie is emerging from the ocean in a white bikini, clutching a knife and shells. Ursula also appeared in the "Bond" movie "Casino Royale" (1967) starring David Niven.
2. Pussy Galore
Answer: Honor Blackman
Pussy Galore was portrayed by Honor Blackman in the 1964 movie "Goldfinger". The famous line from James Bond (Sean Connery) when meeting Galore for the first and hearing her name was "I must be dreaming". Pussy Galore is the personal pilot of Goldfinger and she is the leader of the group Pussy Galore's Flying Circus. Eventually Pussy turns against Goldfinger and assists Bond.
3. Teresa di Vicenzo (the only Mrs. Bond)
Answer: Diana Rigg
Diana Rigg is an English actress best known for her role as Emma Peel in the 1960's TV series "The Avengers". In the 1969 "Bond" movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" opposite George Lazenby she pays the role of Teresa di Vicenzo who becomes the only Mrs. Bond. Bond saves her from nearly drowning on a beach in Portugal and they eventually fall in love. Sadly, on their wedding day Teresa is killed by Bond's arch enemy Blofeld (Telly Savalas) and his henchwoman Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat).
4. Tiffany Case
Answer: Jill St. John
Jill St. John portrays Tiffany Case in the 1971 movie "Diamonds are Forever" opposite Sean Connery. Tiffany Case is a diamond smuggler who works against Bond but eventually befriends him against SPECTRE.
Answer: Halle Berry
Giacinta "Jinx" Johnson in the "Bond" movie "Die Another Day" (2002) is a NSA (National Security Agency) agent who teams up with James Bond against a North Korean spy name Zao. Her nickname "Jinx" comes from the day she was born, Friday 13th. This movie was the fourth and last Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan as Bond.
Answer: Jane Seymour
Solitaire (Jane Seymour) is a psychic employed by Dr. Kananga (also Mr. Big) in the 1973 movie "Live and Let Die" starring Roger Moore as Bond. Solitaire uses her psychic powers through the use of Tarot cards. Bond seduces Solitaire and they team together to bring down Mr.Big.
7. Mary Goodnight
Answer: Britt Ekland
Mary Goodnight appeared in the Roger Moore movie of 1974 "The Man with the Golden Gun". Mary Goodnight is a dizzy Secret Service employee. She is infatuated with Bond but he appears to ignore her. After a number a bungled attempts to help Bond she finally gets her man.
Answer: Maud Adams
Maud Adams portrayed Octopussy with Roger Moore in the 1983 movie of the same name. Octopussy's first appearance in the movie was approximately 50 minutes into the movie. She is very wealthy and runs an Octopus cult comprised of beautiful women, with no men allowed.
She has a pet venomous octopus and the women wear an octopus tattoo. The octopus sign was the sign of an old secret order of female smugglers and pirates. Kamal Khan (Louis Jordan) was once her smuggling partner but she eventually turns against him to assist James Bond.
9. Strawberry Fields
Answer: Gemma Arterton
Strawberry Fields appeared in the 21st "James Bond" movie, which was "Quantum of Solace" (2008) opposite Daniel Craig as James Bond. Strawberry is a MI6 agent working at the British consulate in Bolivia. Sadly, while assisting James Bond, Strawberry Fields meets an untimely death covered in oil and found on a bed in a hotel room.
10. May Day
Answer: Grace Jones
May Day appeared in the last of Roger Moore's "James Bond" movies in "A View to Kill" (1985). May Day is a henchwomen/enforcer and lover of the villain in the movie. Max Zorin (Christopher Walken). Max Zorin double-crosses her and she assists Bond but is killed by a bomb explosion in the final scenes of the movie.