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SolitaireA mindreader who has been forced to work for Mr. Big.
Tee-Hee JohnsonOne of Mr. Big's lackeys. He has an affinity for breaking fingers.
Buonapart Ignace Gallia, a.k.a. Mr. BigHarlem crimelord working for SMERSH, who uses the superstitions of locals for his gain.
Characters specific to Live and Let Die. For those in the entire film franchise, see here.
Played by: Jane SeymourThe Big Bad's Fortune Teller whose genuine ability gave him an edge in the criminal underworld.
Dr. Kananga / Mr. Big
Played by: Yaphet KottoThe main antagonist. A corrupt Caribbean Prime Minister who doubles as a drug lord in Harlem.
Tee Hee Johnson
Played by: Julius HarrisKananga's primary henchman and bodyguard, who has a mechanical pincer for a hand (he lost his arm to a gharial in the crocodile farm he runs).
Played by: Geoffrey HolderA tall and mysterious henchman working for Kananga. He has strange ties to the Voodoo cult on San Monique and plays the role of Baron Samedi, the Voodoo loa of cemeteries, in a show for tourists as well as during the Human Sacrifices on San Monique. Bond seemingly kills him when he punches him right into a coffin full of venomous snakes. However, he is later seen sitting on the rear of Bond's train, perfectly alive and well (albeit with torn clothes), laughing and waving his hat before the end credits roll.
Played by: Gloria HendryA CIA agent who secretly works for Kananga.
Played by: Earl Jolly BrownAnother of Kananga's henchmen. He tries to off Bond on several occasions, by killing Bond's driver in New York while the taxi is on motion or sending a venomous snake in Bond's bathroom.
Played by: Lon SattonA CIA agent from Harlem who has been working on the Mister Big case for a while.
Played by: Roy StewartA Caribbean fisherman who helps Bond. He is the son of the Cayman islander, Quarrel, who appeared in Dr. No, and he is acquainted with Bond and Felix Leiter, just like his father was.
The Cab Driver
Played by: Arnold WilliamsA cab driver on Kananga's payroll. Bond hires him twice, falling twice into a trap.
Played by: Tommy LaneOne of Kananga's thugs. He perishes at the end of the speed boat chase against Bond in Louisiana.
Sheriff J.W. Pepper
Played by: Clifton JamesA local, uncouth Louisiana sheriff. He reappears in The Man with the Golden Gun.
Played by: Madeline SmithA young, beautiful, dark haired, nubile Italian agent who is seen sleeping with Bond in the opening after the credits. Apparently his skills as a lover made quite an impression on her. She is very nearly caught in an embarrassing state of undress by M when M comes in the morning to talk with Bond, and actually is caught in an embarrassing state of undress by Ms. Moneypenny, who silently agrees not to humiliate the poor girl by letting her hide in the closet with her clothes. When Bond finally finishes with M, he finds a fully dressed Ms. Caruso in the closet, assures her they are alone and proceeds to undress her with his new magnetic watch.