Also, Dolph Lundgren, who was dating Grace Jones at the time, appears as Gogol's KGB bodyguard.
Maud Adams makes a blink-and-you'll-miss-her cameo as an extra on a bus. This makes her the only actress to play three distinct characters in the Bond movies (following her roles in The Man with the Golden Gun and as the eponymous Octopussy, respectively). Apparently, she just happened to be visiting San Francisco while they were shooting there, and Moore decided to get her in it.
Old Shame: The least favorite film from his tenure, Roger Moore regrets making this movie for many reasons. Besides realizing he was too old to be Bond, he was appalled with the scene where Zorin gleefully guns down his own men.
Reality Subtext: Zorin's "Main Strike" is scheduled to happen on the 22nd, the same day as the Kennedy assassination; the Texan oil driller Conley is a reference to Texan Governor Connally, who was also shot but survived; and Sir Godfrey Tibbet is a reference to JD Tibbet, the policeman Lee Harvey Oswald was originally arrested for shooting.
Throw It In: When Stacey comes out of the shack in Silicon Valley wearing a pair of coveralls, Bond comments "Pity you couldn't find one that fits" and Stacey gives him a dirty look. This scene was not in the script. Roger Moore ad-libbed the line and Tanya Roberts' reaction was genuine; because Tanya Roberts had refused to film the scene until the wardrobe department made her a pair of custom-fitted coveralls that would look flattering on her. And, because Tanya Roberts was so difficult to work with, the director decided to leave it in.