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19th Jun '18 12:00:41 PM Saveelich
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Characters specific to the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies''. For those in the entire film franchise, see [[Characters/JamesBond here]].

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Characters specific to Character sheet for the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies''. For those in the entire film franchise, see [[Characters/JamesBond here]].
19th Jun '18 11:54:18 AM Saveelich
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!![=MI6=]

[[folder: James Bond]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondTheCharacter here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: M]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondM here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Moneypenny]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondMoneypenny here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Q]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondQ here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Charles Robinson]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
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!!Bond's Allies



[[folder: Jack Wade]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
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!!Villains



[[folder:Paris Carver]]
!!Paris Carver
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[[caption-width-right:340:''"Tell me James, do you still sleep with a gun under your pillow?"'']]
->'''Played by:''' Creator/TeriHatcher

Elliot Carver's wife. She had a relation with Bond in the past, as shown by her reaction upon seeing him (slapping him).

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[[folder:Paris Carver]]
!!Paris Carver
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[[folder:Stamper]]
!!Richard Stamper
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[[caption-width-right:280:''"Dr. Kaufman's record was fifty-two hours. I'm hoping to break it."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Creator/TeriHatcher

Götz Otto

Elliot Carver's wife. She had a relation with Bond in the past, as shown by her reaction upon seeing him (slapping him).main henchman.



* ArmorPiercingSlap: When Bond suddenly shows up four years later after abandoning her, she's not too happy to see him, and her response is to slap him in the face.
* CartwrightCurse: After abandoning her for four years because he felt his job was too dangerous for a real relationship, Bond finally reconnects with her, only for Carver to have her killed for aiding him. Bond is ''not'' pleased.
* DeadStarWalking: Despite her prominence in the advertising campaign, she gets very little screen time before being killed offscreen.
* DeathBySex: She's killed after having sex with Bond.
* DisposableWoman: Paris appears for three scenes at most before being killed by Carver for aiding Bond, which makes the whole affair personal for him.
* DressHitsFloor: Bond slips her dress off her shoulders, which then leads to a cut to a ToplessnessFromTheBack shot.
* MsFanservice: Especially when she loses her dress thanks to Bond.
* NewOldFlame: Apparently in addition to all the lovely ladies from his adventures, Bond has ex-girlfriends we haven't even ''seen''. Rumors have circulated she was intended to be an established character, possibly [[Film/GoldenEye Natalya Simonova]] or [[Film/DrNo Sylvia Trench]], but this was nixed due to fearing the bad reception that would come from killing either of them off.
* SacrificialLamb: Paris is presented as having had a close relationship with James Bond (and her actress had prominence in the advertising campaign), then three scenes later she is killed offscreen.
* ShesGotLegs: Her scene after having sex with Bond has her showing them off while she's adjusting her garter, which leads to...
* StockingFiller: She's shown adjusting her garter after having sex with Bond, accentuating her legs.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Or rather, laid out on the bed for Bond to find. Her death makes the whole affair rather personal for him.
* ToplessnessFromTheBack: Gives this view after Bond takes off her top.
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[[folder:Stamper]]
!!Richard Stamper
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->'''Played by:''' Götz Otto

Elliot Carver's main henchman.
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[[folder: Charles Robinson]]
See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Jack Wade]]
See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Inga Bergstorm]]
!!Inga Bergstorm
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->'''Played by:''' Cecilie Thomsen

A Danish language professor at Oxford University who spends some intimate time with Bond. It is while being with her that Bond receives a phone call from Miss Moneypenny, informing him to report to office to be debriefed about the sinking of the Devonshire.

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[[folder: Charles Robinson]]
See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Jack Wade]]
See his character sheet [[Characters/JamesBondRecurringCharacters here]].
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Inga Bergstorm]]
!!Inga Bergstorm
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!!Other Characters

[[folder:Paris Carver]]
!!Paris Carver
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->'''Played by:''' Cecilie Thomsen

A Danish language professor at Oxford University who spends some intimate time
Creator/TeriHatcher

Elliot Carver's wife. She had a relation
with Bond. It is while being with her that Bond receives a phone call from Miss Moneypenny, informing in the past, as shown by her reaction upon seeing him to report to office to be debriefed about the sinking of the Devonshire.(slapping him).



* BilingualBonus: Bond's brief flirting with her is actually in Danish, where she essentially praises him for his linguistic skills.
* HotTeacher: Well, she's a professor, but it still counts.
* ModestyBedsheet: While she and Bond make love, she's wrapped in a bedsheet.
* MsFanservice: She spends her entire appearance [[ModestyBedsheet wrapped in a bedsheet]].

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* BilingualBonus: Bond's brief flirting with her is actually in Danish, where she essentially praises him for his linguistic skills.
* HotTeacher: Well,
ArmorPiercingSlap: When Bond suddenly shows up four years later after abandoning her, she's a professor, but it still counts.
* ModestyBedsheet: While she
not too happy to see him, and her response is to slap him in the face.
* CartwrightCurse: After abandoning her for four years because he felt his job was too dangerous for a real relationship,
Bond make love, she's wrapped finally reconnects with her, only for Carver to have her killed for aiding him. Bond is ''not'' pleased.
* DeadStarWalking: Despite her prominence
in the advertising campaign, she gets very little screen time before being killed offscreen.
* DeathBySex: She's killed after having sex with Bond.
* DisposableWoman: Paris appears for three scenes at most before being killed by Carver for aiding Bond, which makes the whole affair personal for him.
* DressHitsFloor: Bond slips her dress off her shoulders, which then leads to
a bedsheet.
cut to a ToplessnessFromTheBack shot.
* MsFanservice: She spends Especially when she loses her entire appearance [[ModestyBedsheet wrapped dress thanks to Bond.
* NewOldFlame: Apparently
in addition to all the lovely ladies from his adventures, Bond has ex-girlfriends we haven't even ''seen''. Rumors have circulated she was intended to be an established character, possibly [[Film/GoldenEye Natalya Simonova]] or [[Film/DrNo Sylvia Trench]], but this was nixed due to fearing the bad reception that would come from killing either of them off.
* SacrificialLamb: Paris is presented as having had
a bedsheet]].close relationship with James Bond (and her actress had prominence in the advertising campaign), then three scenes later she is killed offscreen.
* ShesGotLegs: Her scene after having sex with Bond has her showing them off while she's adjusting her garter, which leads to...
* StockingFiller: She's shown adjusting her garter after having sex with Bond, accentuating her legs.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Or rather, laid out on the bed for Bond to find. Her death makes the whole affair rather personal for him.
* ToplessnessFromTheBack: Gives this view after Bond takes off her top.


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[[folder:Inga Bergstorm]]
!!Inga Bergstorm
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->'''Played by:''' Cecilie Thomsen

A Danish language professor at Oxford University who spends some intimate time with Bond. It is while being with her that Bond receives a phone call from Miss Moneypenny, informing him to report to office to be debriefed about the sinking of the Devonshire.
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* BilingualBonus: Bond's brief flirting with her is actually in Danish, where she essentially praises him for his linguistic skills.
* HotTeacher: Well, she's a professor, but it still counts.
* ModestyBedsheet: While she and Bond make love, she's wrapped in a bedsheet.
* MsFanservice: She spends her entire appearance [[ModestyBedsheet wrapped in a bedsheet]].
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14th May '18 10:06:35 AM Njein
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* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of insane loon would want to ignite WorldWarIII just to get broadcasting rights in China and boost his TV company's ratings?

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* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of insane loon loony nutcase would want to ignite WorldWarIII just to get broadcasting rights in China and boost his TV company's ratings?
11th May '18 2:09:07 PM Hawaii_Knut
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-->'''Kaufman:''' I am especially good at the celebrity overdose.

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-->'''Kaufman:''' I am especially good goot at the ze celebrity overdose.



-->'''Kaufman:''' Wait! I'm just a professional doing a job!\\

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-->'''Kaufman:''' Wait! I'm just a professional doing doink a job!\\jop!\\
7th May '18 11:50:47 AM Njein
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* BlasphemousBoast: "By midnight tonight, I'll have reached more people than anyone in the history of this planet, save God himself. And the best He ever managed was the Sermon on the Mount."



* DirtyOldMan: His demeanour when he first meets Wai Lin at his party indicates that he finds her very attractive. Considering that he has a TrophyWife, this is not at all surprising, and Paris herself is even aware that her husband's interest in the Chinese woman is primarily based on lust.



* FalseFlagOperation: Carver's mechanism to wage WarForFunAndProfit.



* NiceJobFixingItVillain: Carver prints and distributes the story of the sailors' deaths within barely ''three hours'' of their actual recovery by Vietnamese authorities. Carver certainly got the reaction he was counting on from the British, but he also attracts the attention of MI6 who hadn't even gotten wind of the murders when the story broke out. Not helping Carver is the fact that MI6 discovered one of his satellites interfering with the GPS system when the vessel was reported lost.



* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of insane lunatic would want to ignite a world war just to get broadcasting rights in China and boost his news company's TV ratings?

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* RefugeInAudacity: While cavorting with his party guests, Carver laughs off rumors that he engineered the Mad Cow Disease scare because a British beef magnate lost a $10,000 bet and refused to pay him, and that the French paid him to continue running the stories. After seeing the dirty tactics he uses to spin exciting headlines, one suspects these are more than just rumors.
* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of insane lunatic loon would want to ignite a world war WorldWarIII just to get broadcasting rights in China and boost his news TV company's TV ratings?


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* WarForFunAndProfit: His EvilPlan in a nutshell -- ignite WorldWarIII to get broadcasting rights in China.
30th Apr '18 8:00:28 AM Njein
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* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of person would want to ignite a world war just to get broadcasting rights in China?

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* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of person insane lunatic would want to ignite a world war just to get broadcasting rights in China? China and boost his news company's TV ratings?
5th Apr '18 7:03:15 AM Aerodynamic41
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* AdaptationalBadass: In the film, he's a NonActionBigBad while in the video game, he actually engages Bond in a shootout and is the FinalBoss.
2nd Apr '18 9:44:08 AM Njein
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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He makes exaggerated kung fu moves and noises to mock the chinese Wai Lin.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: He makes exaggerated kung fu moves and noises to mock the chinese Chinese agent Wai Lin.


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* TheSociopath: Obviously, what kind of person would want to ignite a world war just to get broadcasting rights in China?
20th Mar '18 9:47:39 PM MacronNotes
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* HotScoop: Her cover at Carver's CMGN launch party. It works even better than Bond's, with Carver even saying he might give her a job behind a news desk.
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