‘James Bond’ Actor Pamela Salem Dies At 80

Pamela Salem, known for her role as James Bond’s secretary Miss Moneypenny in Sean Connery’s “Never Say Never Again,” died at 80.

The news was confirmed by Big Finish Productions, which noted that the actor, who also appeared with Connery in the 1978 crime film “The Great Train Robbery,” died Wednesday, according to The Guardian.

Salem, born in India in 1944, studied at Heidelberg University in Germany and later at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Her acting career began in repertory theater in Chesterfield and York and opened the door for roles in “The West Wing” and “ER.”

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