Stopped with assistance from Greek military. Make a political statement about Western decadence by blowing up the. Distribute a large cache of heroin into the United States without cost, driving his competitors out of business and gaining a monopoly. Like the film in which he appears, Aris Kristatos (played by Julian Glover) is perfectly serviceable but not especially memorable. He was previously ... Sicilian born actor/writer/director was very popular with European audiences, but largely unknown to the west apart from his portrayal of the villainous SPECTRE agent "Emilio Largo" in the spectacular James Bond film Thunderball (1965). The Charm Factor: Elliot Carver has a fair amount of charm to himself, even when he’s at his most villainous. Tricked into confessing to the scheme by Bond and Bheka Jordaan. Bond redirects the missiles' coordinates so that the missile fired by each sub hits the other. Bond intercepts Greene before he can carry out the coup. Bond destroys Carver's stealth boat in a massive explosion, destroying the missile before it can launch. Bond pulls the cord on his parachute, sucking him into his plane's engine upon getting electrocuted. Take over Bolivia by assisting Greene in his coup.

Every Bond villain ranked from worst to best, from Dr No to Spectre's Blofeld. Drax and his men all perished in the blast. Create an innovative decoding machine for the Russians called the Nemesis. Use a diamond smuggling ring and the resources of billionaire Willard Whyte to build a diamond encrusted laser-equipped space satellite. Attempts to escape in his plane, but Bond disables the left engine of the plane, causing Khan to crash it into a mountain. £7.99. Baron Samedi doesn't actually do that much – actor Geoffrey Holder only appears in a handful of scenes in Live and Let Die and the voodoo villain is mostly inconsequential to the plot. Assassinate Le Chiffre and maintain the integrity of his organisation. The Bond series tried to be (semi-)topical by skewering tabloid media, but Jonathan Pryce failed to convey much menace as media tycoon Carver – and let's not even talk about his embarrassing 'kung-fu' display. An under-appreciated villain from a sorely underrated film. Initiate a war between the United Kingdom and Chine by destroying Beijing in order to boost ratings. Bond destroys her cloning lab and kills the clones. Burns to death when shot by Bond's flare. He fights for The User. Shot by Bond. Bond discovered the location of the bombs.

The 007 novels and films are notable for their memorably despicable villains and henchmen. Blown out of his plane after Bond shoots the door open. While Auric Goldfinger was the most compelling villain in the film due to his memorable and iconic scenes with Sean Connery's James Bond, Oddjob may be more iconic in his own right. Bond acquires the device for MI6, kills their assassin 'Red Grant', and survives Klebb's attempt to kill him and steal the decoder. To add insult to injury, Auric Goldfinger is later killed after being sucked out of his private jet in a humiliating fashion. Joseph Wiseman's performance as the titular Dr. No was certainly incredible and helped to lay the foundation for what would become a compelling Bond villain. Tall, bearded, heavy-set Anglo-French character actor, best known internationally for playing Deputy Commissioner Claude Lebel in The Day of the Jackal (1973) and Bond villain Hugo Drax in Moonraker (1979). Retrieve the microdot and sell it to the Chinese government. Shot by an unmanned drone controlled by her 'Boss'. It's Topol who ends up stealing the show as Kristatos's long-time foe, the charismatic smuggler Milos Columbo. Shot by Bond, he jumps into a river to escape, where he is torn apart by a boat's. Bond destroys GoldenEye by sabotaging the ground transmitter. Assassinate all members of British-American CABAL. He was born Curd Gustav Andreas Gottlieb Franz Jürgens on December 13, 1915, in Solln, Bavaria, in Hohenzollern Imperial Germany, a subject of Kaiser ... Actor |

Kidnap the World Trade Leaders, create the clones, kill the G8 and force the clones to give her control of the world. Blown up in escape helicopter by Bond's grenade launcher.

Presumably killed when Bond blows up his plane.

Onatopp is a riot, even if the pun is appalling. The Charm Factor: Silva exudes charm, acting as a dark mirror of who James Bond could have been if he really let his darker demons take control. It’s been said before, and I’m here to confirm it for all time: Silva is, at least at the moment, the best James Bond villain ever. As with any great Bond villain, Scaramanga had a few gimmicks that made him memorable. How Far Did It Get: Carver was already destabilizing the world on a much smaller scale through blackmail and sensationalism, so he had a strong foundation for this new play. Punish all guests on his island who break his rules. Falls to his death in MI6 headquarters after a fight with M. Use biological warfare to make all women beautiful; wipe out all men bigger than him to make him get the girls. Use stolen submarines to provoke a nuclear war between the US and the Soviets and then rebuild humanity under the ocean. Succeeds in killing Sir Robert King, but Bond kills Elektra, kills him and sinks the submarine. Conquer Europe with an army of his superhuman soldiers. Bond smashes Blofeld's mini-sub multiple times like a wrecking ball against the control room of his lair, disabling the satellite before dropping the submarine into the ocean. Indirectly succeeds, as M is fatally wounded when Silva's forces attack Skyfall Ranch, Bond's childhood home in Scotland. Chased by Bond to the mountain's peak and dies of. When she was 14 she was living in the Paris suburb of Gentilly with her father. Assassinate Princess Diana and sons at Euro Disney. Brainwash innocents to steal a top-secret protective suit of armour. He is left by Bond to be arrested by M. Captured and detained by Her Majesty's Government. Smuggle a large cache of diamonds worth millions of dollars from Africa to America to fund organisation. Nervous-looking lead and supporting actor of the American stage and films, with sandy colored hair, pale complexion and a somewhat nervous disposition. Bond smashes Blofeld's mini-sub against the control room of his lair, disabling the satellite and causing severe damage to his lair. Have Bond assassinated by putting a large bounty on his head. Sabotage US rocket test launch.

Use a space weapons platform attached to a laser satellite and magnified by diamonds to target nuclear stockpiles of countries who refuse to pay him. The best Bond baddies succeed on their ability to inflate the foibles of real-world villains, resonating with us precisely because their absurdity comes from societal truth. Bond destroys his space station and, with it, the globes containing the nerve agent. The handler behind every major villain, save for Blofeld himself, White keeps the wheels of Quantum and Spectre moving, in an effort to further destabilize the world stage. Bond destroys the shipment of opium, ruining the deal. The old adage goes that a hero is only as good as his villain, so it's no surprise that James Bond, a movie icon, has gone up against some of most memorable bad guys in cinema.

Poisoned by The Detainer with his own atomic pill. He creates a "garden of death" and entices depressed Japanese to suicide. Kidnap Professor Phineus, inventor of the "Q-Ray". Note: We do not see Blofeld's face in From Russia With Love & Thunderball (we only see part of him and hear his voice); therefore, I am not counting him as the main villain in those films. Save for some isolated moments, Blofeld isn’t really the charming type; more so the intimidating mastermind. Shot with a harpoon from a speargun fired by his mistress Domino.