Brett McKenzie

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Franz Oberhauser/Ernst Stavro Blofeld  (Christoph Waltz)  SPECTRE  2015    Scheme: Apparently jealous that his dad liked a young James Bond better than him, Franz Oberhauser kills his father and fakes his own death, reemerging as Blofeld to secretly manipulate every last facet of 007's life (and, retroactively, of the three previous films) forming the shadowy criminal organization called SPECTRE in the process (ugh.)    How He Dies: He doesn't. Blofeld crawls away from a helicopter crash…

There is neither a bald pate nor a white pussycat in sight but rumours that Christoph Waltz’s villain in Spectre is actually Ernst Stavro Blofeld in disguise refuse to die in the face of blatant denial.

Mr. Hinx  (David Bautista)  SPECTRE  2015    A hulking member of SPECTRE, Mr. Hinx rises to the occasion when someone within the criminal organization is required to kill "The Pale King" (Mr. White of Quantum). This puts him on the path of James Bond.    How He Dies: During a grueling brawl with 007 aboard a train speeding through the North African night, a chain is wrapped around Mr. Hinx's neck. When the barrel to which said chain is attached flies off the train, so does Mr. Hinx.

Dave Bautista talks to 'Empire' magazine about his 'SPECTRE' henchmen Mr. Hinx, who's way more suave then Drax the Destroyer

Patrice  (Ola Rapace)  Skyfall  2012    A mercenary hired by Raoul Silva to steal a hard drive containing the identities of NATO agents working undercover in terrorist organizations. 007 is unsuccessful in preventing Patrice from escaping with the drive.    How He Dies: MI6 traces Patrice to Shanghai, where he is preparing an assassination. After the kill, Bond confronts him and they fight high atop a skyscraper. Before 007 can get any information from him, Patrice falls to his death.

Patrice is a fictional mercenary created for EON Productions' 2012 James Bond film Skyfall.

Raoul Silva  (Javier Bardem)  Skyfall  2012    Scheme: Born Tiago Rodriguez, Silva is a former MI6 agent who once worked for the woman who would eventually become M. Silva's unauthorized actions led to her turning him over to the Chinese government. Feeling deeply betrayed, Silva becomes a cyber-terrorist, working to destroy MI6 and humiliate M.    How He Dies: After cornering M, Silva hesitates in his murder/suicide attempt just long enough for 007 to show up and shoot him dead.

Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem): [to Bond] "We are the two rats left." // James Bond (Daniel Craig): "What makes you think this is my first time?" -- from Skyfall directed by Sam Mendes

Carlos  (Claudio Santamaria)  Casino Royale  2006    Carlos is a freelance bomb maker hired by Dimitrios as a replacement for Mollaka, who Bond had previously killed.    How He Dies: Carlos attaches a keyring sized bomb to a fuel truck and aims the vehicle at the airliner while struggling with Bond. 007 stops the truck in time, but Carlos tries to detonate the bomb remotely. His his shock, 007 had removed the bomb and attached it to Carlos, who accidentally blows himself up.

Carlos (Claudio Santamaria) Casino Royale 2006 Carlos is a freelance bomb maker hired by Dimitrios as a replacement for Mollaka, who Bond had previously killed. How He Dies: Carlos attaches a keyring sized bomb to a fuel truck and aims the vehicle at the airliner while struggling with Bond. 007 stops the truck in time, but Carlos tries to detonate the bomb remotely. His his shock, 007 had removed the bomb and attached it to Carlos, who accidentally blows himself up.

Alex Dimitrios  (Simon Abkarian)  Casino Royale  2006    Dimitrios is a Bahamas-based associate of Le Chiffre, and has numerous connections to terrorists. His job is to covertly arrange the bombing of a prototype airliner in Miami.     How He Dies: Bond tails Dimitrios to a Body Worlds exhibit, where he dropping off gear for another bomber. After a brief struggle, Bond kills him with Dimitrios' stiletto.

Alex Dimitrios (Simon Abkarian) Casino Royale 2006 Dimitrios is a Bahamas-based associate of Le Chiffre, and has numerous connections to terrorists. His job is to covertly arrange the bombing of a prototype airliner in Miami. How He Dies: Bond tails Dimitrios to a Body Worlds exhibit, where he dropping off gear for another bomber. After a brief struggle, Bond kills him with Dimitrios' stiletto.

Mr. Bullion  (Goldie)  The World Is Not Enough  1999    "Mr. Bullion" is the gold toothed bodyguard of Russian mobster (and 007 ally) Valentin Zukovsky. He is secretly working for Elektra King, and attempts to assassinate his boss, along with 007 and Christmas Jones.    How He Dies: During the Maiden's Tower battle, Bullion runs into his boss. Zukovsky guns him down for his disloyalty.

Bullion (Goldie) The World Is Not Enough 1999 "Mr. Bullion" is the gold toothed bodyguard of Russian mobster (and 007 ally) Valentin Zukovsky.

Gabor  (John Seru)  The World Is Not Enough  1999    Gabor is the menacing bodyguard of Elektra King. both in her public persona as an oil baron's daughter and in her secret, illegal activities.    How He Dies: after Bond frees himself from Elektra's torturous contraption, Gabor bursts in the room, only to be shot dead by 007.

Gabor (John Seru) The World Is Not Enough 1999 Gabor is the menacing bodyguard of Elektra King. both in her public persona as an oil baron's daughter and in her secret, illegal activities.

Dr. Kaufman  (Vincent Schiavelli)  Tomorrow Never Dies  1997    Kaufman is an assassin who is an expert in marksmanship and forensic medicine. He intends to use both skills to kill 007 and Paris Carver in a manner that would appear to be a murder-suicide.    How He Does: Bond tricks Kaufman into using a taser function on his cellphone. After he is shocked, Bond grabs his gun and shoots him dead.

Dr. Kaufman (Vincent Schiavelli) Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 Kaufman is an assassin who is an expert in marksmanship and forensic medicine. He intends to use both skills to kill 007 and Paris Carver in a manner that would appear to be a murder-suicide. How He Does: Bond tricks Kaufman into using a taser function on his cellphone. After he is shocked, Bond grabs his gun and shoots him dead.

Henry Gupta  (Ricky Jay)  Tomorrow Never Dies  1997    Gupta is a "techno-terrorist" working for Elliot Carver. It is he that programs and controls all of the equipment needed in the various stages of Carver's plans.    How He Dies: in the final battle Bond holds Gupta at gunpoint, and aims to trade him with Carver for the captured Wai Lin. When Gupta reveals his missile needs only a button press to launch, Carver shoots him dead himself, relieving 007 of his bargaining chip.

Henry Gupta (Ricky Jay) Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 Gupta is a "techno-terrorist" working for Elliot Carver. It is he that programs and controls all of the equipment needed in the various stages of Carver's plans.

Mr. Stamper  (Götz Otto)  Tomorrow Never Dies  1997    Mr. Stamper is the hulking main henchman of Elliot Carver. A sadist at heart, he delights in torturing his victims (a skill he learned from Dr, Kaufman)    How He Dies: With Carver dead, Stamper fights Bond underneath a ready to launch missile rigged with explosives. His intent is to keep Bond there so that they both fie together when the missile ignites the explosives. but Bond narrowly escapes; Stamper does not.

Mr. Stamper (Götz Otto) Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 Mr. Stamper is the hulking main henchman of Elliot Carver. A sadist at heart, he delights in torturing his victims (a skill he learned from Dr, Kaufman) How He Dies: With Carver dead, Stamper fights Bond underneath a ready to launch missile rigged with explosives. His intent is to keep Bond there so that they both fie together when the missile ignites the explosives. but Bond narrowly escapes; Stamper does not.