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"Welcome to Scotland!"
Played by: Albert Finney

An old gamekeeper who still keeps up Skyfall, the Bond family estate in Scotland.

  • Badass Beard: He's to Bond what Alfred is to Batman, and has a majestic beard while at it.
  • Brave Scot:
    Kincade: [shoots a mook] Welcome to Scotland!
  • Cool Old Guy: He's like Batman's Alfred but with more cursing.
  • Expy: The character was written for Sean Connery, the first actor to play Bond, though the production staff apparently decided against asking him to come out of retirement.
  • No Hero to His Valet: Bond might be one of Britain's best professional killers who has saved the country (if not the world) single-handedly many times, but he's still a "jumped-up little shit" if he thinks he can tell Kincade what to do.
    • Played with since Kincade was unaware of James being a world-class spy. He is visibly shocked on seeing James' ace shooting when practicing with guns.
    Kincade: What was it you did again?
  • Old Retainer: For Skyfall Manor.
  • Only One Name: Just Kincade.
  • Parental Substitute: There's hints he served as a paternal figure for James after the death of the Bonds. Also compliments James having M as a maternal figure.
  • Shotguns Are Just Better: He primarily relies on hunting shotguns.
  • Sawed-Off Shotgun: He is seen cutting down the barrels.


    Raoul Silva 

Raoul Silva (born Tiago Rodriguez)
"The two survivors. This is what she made us."
Played by: Javier Bardem

The main antagonist, a former MI6 agent turned mad cyber-criminal who wants to discredit and kill M. When M found out about his unauthorized hacking of the Chinese, she sold him out to them and he took a cyanide pill but survived, leaving him with oral injuries.

  • Ambiguous Disorder: Silva displays a lot of traits of Borderline personality disorder. He's prone to volatile mood swings, suicide attempts and vacillates wildly between periods of idealisation and devaluation specifically with regards to M. Although he hates her and wants to kill her, he's still in love with her, hesitates to kill her when given the chance and is hurt upon seeing that she has been wounded. He has a fear of abandonment as demonstrated by the fact that he didn't attempt suicide because he couldn't stand being tortured anymore, but because he realised that M had abandoned him. He manages to sexualise nearly every conversation and situation and even before his Face–Heel Turn engaged in reckless, potentially self-destructive behaviour, as shown by him taking on the Chinese despite being advised not to. All of these traits give him an undeniable similarity to another Hollywood hero-turned-villain diagnosed with BPD, namely Darth Vader.
  • A Pupil of Mine Until He Turned to Evil: According to M, he was one of her best agents.
  • Agent Peacock: He has some seriously flamboyant mannerisms, but is still one of the deadliest Bond villains.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: His last scenes are really tragic. After he learnt one of his men had shot her with a stray bullet and is mortally wounded, he practically begs M to kill him and herself.
    Silva: You're hurt. You're hurt! What have they done to you? What have they done to you? [puts his gun in her hand] Free us both. With the same bullet. Only you can do it. Do it! Do it!
  • All There in the Script: His first name is never used in the movie itself. Even the credits list him simply as "Silva".
  • All Your Base Are Belong to Us: After his agent steals the encrypted hard drive in the prologue, he blows up MI6 headquarters remotely to further humiliate M.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Uses Faux Yay to get under people's skin, regardless of sex.
  • Animal Metaphor: Describes himself and Bond as the 'last two rats standing'. He utilizes the image of trapped rats turning to cannibalism as a metaphor for what the life of a spy does to its participants - namely himself.
  • Animal Motifs: He compares himself and Bond to a couple of rats. Adding to this, MI6's new location is in the sewers below London.
  • Ax-Crazy: Very much so. So much that he is stated by Word of God to be based on Heath Ledger's interpretation of The Joker.
  • The Bad Guy Wins: Posthumously. M dies from her wounds inflicted by his men. In fact, he's the only Bond villain in franchise history to squarely win by the end of the film. Even though he died, he still brought the entire intelligence community to its knees and had M killed. His death does little to mitigate his victory, since he clearly had no intention of living through the ordeal anyway.
  • Badass Bookworm: A highly skilled cyber-terrorist who hacks MI6 just to humiliate them, crashes a Tube train as a distraction and flies military helicopters into the middle of Scotland.
  • Badass Longcoat: On the posters, he is seen wearing one that in the film he uses in the final battle.
  • Batman Gambit: His Evil Plan exploits various MI-6 protocols to further itself. Silva knows that MI6 will eventually identify and arrest him, so he spends years planning around his inevitable capture; come the day of his escape, he counter-hacks MI6 and abuses M's overconfidence to close in and assassinate her.
  • Being Tortured Makes You Evil: He was captured and tortured for months on end but he refused to give up any information, until he realized M sold him out and he subsequently tried to commit suicide. Instead of dying he ended up horribly disfigured. Still clinging to life, he realized vengeance against M is now all he has left.
  • Berserk Button: Anything involving M, but especially when she refuses to use his real name.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's a Psychopathic Manchild and Large Ham, but at the same time is extremely competent and a Hero Killer. As the film moves on, his 'silly' traits begin to make him more and more creepy instead of funny.
  • Big Bad: The main villain of the film. Though Spectre reveals that SPECTRE and Franz Oberhauser/Ernst Stavro Blofeld were behind Silva's schemes.
  • Body Horror: His upper teeth are prostheses to hide his melted teeth and the destroyed left side of his face. The result is a sunken eye combined with a skeletal looking appearance that is unnerving as it sounds.
  • Boring, but Practical: He specializes in hacking elaborate computer networks, and rigs London itself into a deathtrap to escape Bond and reach M's hearing
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: This man is weird, overly dramatic, flighty, and just a little bit weird. Yet it's downright frightening just how dangerous, efficient, and all-around good at everything he is.
  • But Not Too Foreign: A British national of Spanish origin.
  • Break Them by Talking: What he attempts to do Bond when they meet with his 'last two rats' speech.
  • Captured on Purpose: He let himself get captured to begin the first stage in his insanely long plan of revenge.
  • Car Fu: He manages to do this with a train of all things, by blowing out a side tunnel and letting momentum and the London Underground do the rest for him.
  • The Chessmaster: Everything you've planned for, he's already three steps ahead of you because he knows all of your protocols and/or hacked your computer.
  • Classic Villain: Wrath motivates him, as he wants revenge against M for selling him out to the Chinese. However, M points out that he brought all the misery he suffered upon himself because he hacked into the Chinese spy agencies without clearing it with his bosses.
  • Complexity Addiction: His plans, befitting a Bond villain, are far more complicated than they need to be, but wouldn't be nearly as fun to watch otherwise. For example, he has a sniper shoot his way to the top of an office building to assassinate a man in the building opposite, even though the target is already surrounded by Silva's own men. This is actually all part of his plan: he wants to get captured so that he can utterly humiliate M before killing her.
  • Composite Character: Silva combines elements of Alec Trevelyan (a former MI6 agent), Boris Grishenko (a genius-level hacker) and Elektra King (emotionally damaged after M, whom she views as a quasi-maternal figure, leaves her at the mercy of her captors, and wants to humiliate and murder M in revenge, using Bond as the tool to reach the older woman).
  • The Cracker: He moves forward with a lot of his plans by hacking into a massive amount of networks including MI6.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He has a ridiculous amount of back-up schemes to fight MI6.
  • Cutting the Knot: After all his fancy misdirection and techno-tricks fail to kill M, Silva just sends a bunch of men with guns. Which turn out to be just softening them up for his attack copter and more men with guns. Ironically, the first group actually succeeded; she took a mortal wound and just hadn't died yet.
  • Dark-Skinned Blond: A blond Hispanic man.
  • Death Seeker: As revealed in the end, he wants to die along with M.
  • Depraved Bisexual: He invokes this to screw with Bond. Bond just snarks back, leading Silva to give up and move on to a sadistic William Telling contest instead.
  • Diabolical Mastermind: A big name in the criminal underworld.
  • Dissonant Serenity: He acts very civil and easygoing, which makes his actions and his extremities to do so more terrifying than most villains in the franchise. Plus his smile is really unnerving and it turns out to be an prosthesis to hide the sunken and almost skull-like left side of his face. The result is very disturbing.
  • Double Entendre:
    • He slings one at Bond when challenging him to the William Telling shooting contest:
      Silva: Let's see who ends up on top.
    • As well as his line about how "we can eat each other... hmm?", which he says while touching Bond suggestively.
  • The Dreaded: When Bond mentions that he wanted to see Silva, Séverine begins shaking in terror.
  • Dressing as the Enemy: A variation. He and his men dress as police constables to attack M.
  • Driven to Suicide: In his backstory, he tried this with a cyanide pill, but survived.
  • Escape Artist: Silva masterminds an ingenious get-out-of-jail free plan that involves remotely hacking the auxiliary MI6 computer systems so that his cell opens, during which he takes out both guards, then escapes through tunnels leading into an Underground station, where he then slips out dressed as a police officer.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Just prior to Silva's on-camera appearance, Bond's taken to an open-air server network in a dusty, deserted city. Such an environment would make the computers degrade quickly — essentially, hardware that'd self-dispose about when Silva presumably no longer needs it. Indeed, Silva's planning to be caught shortly after this encounter, and he is.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: He felt this way upon realizing that M sold him out to the Chinese.
  • Evil Counterpart: Compares himself and Bond to 'rats' of the same litter. He used to be an MI6 agent who was close to M, as Bond is, and serves to remind Bond of what he could be if he didn't forgive or trust M for the things she puts him through. Being captured and tortured by the Chinese whilst being sold out by M is exactly what happened to Bond with the North Koreans in Die Another Day, but Bond didn't take it personally or allow it to embitter or corrupt him in that film continuity. Their similarities are emphasized by the fact that Silva's real first name, "Tiago" is Spanish for James whilst his codename, "Raoul Silva" is an anagram of "Rival Soul," making him a darker version of Bond.
  • Evil Genius: An expert hacker, giving a comparison to Q.
  • Evil Plan: Humiliate and kill M because she sold him out to save six other agents when he looked up to her as a mother figure. Also, possibly destroying the entire MI6.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Javier Bardem can sound very deep when he's not being a Sissy Villain.
  • Expy: The filmmakers specifically said they based him off of the Heath Ledger interpretation of The Joker, as well as Hans Landa. He's also one to Alec Trevelyan, being a former MI6 agent out for revenge against his former employer, but his case is much more sympathetic and plotted out; he only wants M and then himself dead for her selling him out, whereas Trevelyan was financially interested in destroying MI6 and England. And he's an Expy of Victor "Renard" Zokas due to having a major head injury and being a Death Seeker after he kills M, who Renard has kidnapped (with the exact same actress, too).
  • Exact Words: The shooting contest was to knock the glass off of Severene's head. He accomplishes that by shooting her in the head, not the glass.
  • Exactly What I Aimed At: With a bomb and a train.
    Bond: I do hope that wasn't for me.
    Silva: *Laughs* No... But that one is.
  • Facial Horror: Concealed by a prosthesis, but Silva's real mouth is missing many of his teeth and the left side of his face is sunken due to his Bungled Suicide by Cyanide Pill. It's ignored completely after he shows it to M. The overall effect is enhanced by Bardem's undeniably amphibious features.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Prior to the movie he became a terrorist after he was betrayed by MI6; this also somehow got him converted to Quantum/SPECTRE, which isn't even mentioned until the next Bond movie. In terms of mannerisms and personality, he's also very similar to Jim Moriarty.
  • Fallen Hero: He is an ex-MI6 agent.
  • Famous Last Words: "Free us both. With the same bullet. Do it. Do it. Only you can do it."
  • Faux Affably Evil: He sounds remarkably civil when torturing captives and offing minions.
  • Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse: Silva was sold out to the Chinese and left for dead by MI6, which triggers his wish to destroy them. However, M points out if he hadn't gone rogue, she wouldn't have had to sell him out. Silva may come off as a Tragic Villain, but he is also a psychotic monster who is the victim of his own behavior who irrationally engineers a terrorist campaign solely out of petty revenge against one person, and the Offstage Villainy he alludes to is implied to be even worse, funding a decadent lifestyle via crashing financial markets, orchestrating terrorist attacks or causing and faking disasters.
  • Foil: To Bond mostly, though he has elements of Q and M as well. He's an evil field agent who uses multiple gadgets, opposed to Bond. He is an expert hacker, opposed to Q. He makes very dark decisions and leads his organization, opposed to M.
  • For the Evulz: Aside from hacking MI6 in revenge for being sold out to the Chinese, he's also pulled off several cyber-terrorist attacks just for the sake of it, including but not limited to destabilizing companies by manipulating their stock price, hijacking a spy satellite that was over Kabul, and hakcing elections in Uganda.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: He went from being a normal MI6 agent to freelance cyber terrorist, killing five MI6 agents in the process.
  • Ghost Town: His island. He faked a chemical leak to make everyone evacuate.
  • Hacked by a Pirate: He does this with a stylized skull and "God save the Queen" playing in the message.
  • Hero Killer: Five agents killed because of him. And M.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: His desire for revenge on M stems from her selling him out (for admittedly criminal actions he committed). He gets his revenge by doing the same thing to at least five completely innocent secret agents, and planning to do it to many more.
  • Hollywood Hacking: He can turn on the gas main in MI6 via computer, somehow, though this is technically possible. note 
  • Hypocrite: He wants revenge against MI6 for selling him out. One of the first things he does to facilitate this is sell out several British deep cover agents who had absolutely nothing to do with it.
  • Impersonating an Officer: He and a couple of henchmen dress as Metropolitan Police officers when they try to shoot M at the inquiry hearing.
  • In the Back: A knife is thrown into his back as the killing blow.
  • Ironic Echo: He turns Bond's radio crack against him.
  • It's Personal: He goes out of his way to humiliate MI-6 and M especially before trying to eliminate them.
  • Just You and Me and My GUARDS!: He pulls this to a degree; at first, it seems like Silva is going to come after M and Bond by himself, or at least with a couple of henchmen. He ends up bringing dozens of his own men to the showdown at Skyfall manor, and even Bond is surprised not to find Silva among the first wave of men before he sees the helicopter approaching.
  • Kick the Dog:
  • Knight of Cerebus: If you thought Le Chiffre was nasty, he's literally nothing compared to Silva. He edges not just the Craig-era films into darker territory, but he's this for the entire franchise as a whole. Not a single villain remotely had Bond on the ropes quite like Silva did, and he's pretty much the only Bond villain to get everything (or most of what) he wanted at the end of the film.
  • Large Ham: He loves hearing himself talk and doing grand gestures.
    Bond: He loves to make an entrance.
  • Leave Him to Me: He orders his men not to kill M, as he wants to deal with her himself. Bond, on the other hand, is fair game.
  • Light Is Not Good: Wears white, has blond hair, and is very Not Good. The motif even acts as a contrast to James's Dark Is Not Evil motif.
  • Limp and Livid: After he gets a limp after Skyfall manor blows up, he gets annoyed.
  • Lost in a Crowd: He is pursued by Bond in the overcrowded London underground and is disguised as a policeman. Eventually "Constable Silva" stumbles into a lobby full of bobbies on patrol and is amused to realize that his cover is unassailable. Bond is able to follow his trail anyway.
  • Manchild: Some of his mannerisms and behavior cause him to come across as childish, though it may just be an act to mess with Bond and M.
  • Manipulative Bastard: He runs rings around Bond and M, and plays the whole of MI6 like a fiddle.
  • Meaningful Name: His real first name, Tiago, is the Portuguese form of James. His last name, "Rodriguez" means "Rich in worth" which makes sense given his brilliant abilities and the fact that M herself acknowledges that he was "a brilliant agent". His codename, Raoul Silva, is also an anagram of "Rival Soul."
  • Mistreatment-Induced Betrayal: He was sacrificed for the greater good by M, leading him to endure a Face–Heel Turn.
  • Mommy Issues: Though M isn't actually his mother, he treats it like she is, and her reactions to her agents does mirror one.
  • Moral Myopia: There's no doubt he's suffered unimaginable agonies being tortured for months and has more than a Freudian Excuse. Later it's revealed that he had engaged in unauthorized hacking of the Chinese, besides causing the death of innocent secret agents and shooting Séverine in front of Bond after she betrayed him.
  • Mr. Smith: "Silva" is one of the most common Portuguese surnames, and he likely chose it for exactly that reason.
  • Never My Fault: He blames M and the British intelligence service for selling him out to the Chinese. M points out if he hadn't gone rogue, she wouldn't have had to sell him out.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: A blond man that exposes the covers of undercover intelligence operatives? Sounds and looks similar to Julian Assange.
  • Not So Different: Lampshaded by him in his 'last two rats' speech. He even compares himself and Bond to 'rats' of the same litter.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Once captured he pretends to be out of tricks.
  • Offstage Villainy: He alludes to having committed evil acts even before his revenge scheme against MI6 funding a decadent lifestyle via crashing financial markets, orchestrating terrorist attacks or triggering phony disasters For the Evulz.
  • Oh, Crap!: He gets a moment of his own when one of the traps Bond sets at the manor causes Silva's helicopter to crash.
  • Older Hero vs. Younger Villain: The younger villain to M's older heroine.
  • Outside-Genre Foe: He is what happens when an outlandish "Dr. No"-style villain invades what was until then a relatively subdued and mostly-realistic spy thriller. The animation he sends M just comes off as deranged rather than funny or wacky due to how serious everything else is. (Incidentally, Dr. No was jarringly hospitable back in his heyday, so this could be considered the series returning to form.)
  • Orcus on His Throne: While Silva can go toe-to-toe with Bond in terms of combat, he finds action exhausting and prefers to delegate it to his minions. Noticeable in that he's the only Big Bad in the Craig era to have on-screen kills.
  • Parental Betrayal: The realization that M abandoned him to be tortured for months is what prompted his Face–Heel Turn and Roaring Rampage of Revenge.
  • Play-Along Prisoner: Bond captures Silva and puts him in a cell in MI6 headquarters three quarters of the way through the film. Silva promptly escapes.
  • Playful Hacker: Kind of a deconstruction, really: his taunting image collages he festoons MI6's computer database are in stark constract to the typical seriousness of the rest of the movie, just making him look more deranged than funny.
  • Please Keep Your Hat On: Those are some pearly whites, Raoul! *click* ... oh.
  • The Power of Hate: He suggests this as the explanation for his surviving cyanide poisoning.
  • Practically Joker: His bleached hair, fine clothing, sadistic theatricality, and unsettling grin invoke the Clown Prince of Crime.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Probably best exemplified at the end when he turns into a crying, scared little boy when he realizes M's death was not going to be a swiftly-painless affair, and proceeds to lovingly embrace her like a mother while begging for her forgiveness.
  • Rage Against the Mentor: His entire plan is also about making M suffer for her past transgressions.
    Computer Screen: Think on your sins.
  • Red Right Hand: Like many Bond villains, he has a hidden deformity: In this case, half of his face is sunken and his teeth are reduced to rotten nubs.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: His actions throughout the entire movie are him enacting one of these on M.
  • Rogue Agent: Ex-MI6 agent. Even before his Face–Heel Turn, he'd gone this way, having hacked into the Chinese security systems without permission.
  • Say My Name: While imprisoned by MI6, he invokes this by demanding M say his real name. M, however, has none of it.
    M: Your name is on the memorial wall of the very building you attacked. I will have it struck off. Soon, your past will be as non-existent as your future.
    • Of course, a cut later, M turns to Bond and tells him Silva's real name, Tiago Rodriguez.
  • Shadow Archetype: He's what Bond could be if he didn't forgive or trust M for the things she puts him through. His "last two rats standing" speech even exemplifies his role as Bond's shadow, and the other characters aren't arguing with him, especially given that M leaving Silva for dead in China has echoes of her risking Bond's life at the beginning of the movie. Bond even subtly acknowledges he could become exactly like Silva if he lost his moral compass.
  • Sissy Villain: Particularly in his first talk with Bond, where he becomes very effeminate.
  • Slasher Smile: When his Affably Evil nature drops.
  • Social Darwinist: He relates a childhood story to a captive James Bond, describing how he spent time with his grandmother on an island, where she taught him how to rid the island of its rat infestation by capturing them in oil drums. He utilizes the image of the trapped rats turning to cannibalism as a metaphor for what the life of a spy does to its participants - namely himself.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: Is very civil and tranquil as he goes about destroying London.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Word of Saint Paul (Javier Bardem) has it that Silva used to be, and perhaps still is, in love with M.
  • Tailor-Made Prison: He is imprisoned in one in MI6's headquarters.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill:
    • His solution to James Bond pursuing him as he escapes from MI6's underground HQ? Drop a freaking train on him.
    • Not the only example either. Bond is hiding out in a run-down manor with little-to-no weapons, with his only support being an old woman and a Scotsman. Silva's strategy? Why, bring an entire army with him! And a fully loaded gunship to boot.
  • Tragic Villain: Sold out by M, tortured for five months, and tried to commit suicide via cyanide capsule only to end up horribly disfigured, his only goal now is destroy M and die with her.
  • Troll:
    • He seems to do things just to mess with Bond from time to time, like his attempted flirting when they first meet.
    • Silva enjoyed showing M his deformity, he started laughing after seeing M's reaction to his sunken face.
    • He sends a message when Q tries to open his computer and winds up hacking MI6. "Not such a clever boy."
    • When he assaults Skyfall manor with his mooks and gunship, he plays The Animals on the loudspeakers, just to make a stylish entrance and annoy Bond.
  • Trojan Prisoner: Part of his gambit to get close to M - he gets himself caught by Bond, gets interrogated, then tricks Q into accidentally disabling the security systems so he can escape.
  • Troll: He loves to mock M and Q with his hacks.
  • Uncanny Valley: An Invoked Trope and Justified Trope. His smile seems... off, and then we learn that he tried to poison himself with cyanide, so those aren't even his real teeth and that the top left portion of his face is sunken in to give a skeletal appearance.
  • Unperson: M tells Silva she intends to have his real name struck off the MI6 memorial wall, likely the only place his service was ever officially acknowledged. He looks appropriately appalled at the thought.
  • Verbal Tic: His is "Bip. Oof" to his sentences.
  • Villain Has a Point: Whatever else he is, he is completely right to call out M for sending Bond back to the field despite Bond flunking out all his tests, and Bond for keeping his faith on M despite her decision to do so. This point is further reinforced when M proceeds with her hearing at the Parliament despite HQ's warning that Silva and his commando crew are on their way there.
  • Villainous Breakdown: First when Bond foils his initial plot to kill M. Later, he has another after Bond blows up the Skyfall manor.
  • Villainous Cheekbones: Without his dental prosthetic, his face sags.
  • Walking Spoiler: Of a sort. You would think he is just a normal Big Bad of the Bondverse, however comes The Reveal later in the movie... and those white spaces are because of that.
  • We Can Rule Together: He tries to get Bond to join him.
    Silva: You see, we are the last two rats. We can either eat each other... mmm... or eat everyone else.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Even though he wants to M to be punished for what she did to him, Silva still loved her enough as a mother to want to "make-peace" with her through sharing a dignified and painless death.
  • Wealthy Yacht Owner: Bond is taken to his hideout aboard a sailing yacht.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Initially, according to M, he started going rogue not by selling out MI6 or Britain, but by executing unauthorized missions against the Chinese.
  • Wicked Cultured: He seemed to have an appreciation for classical music, notably Boum by Charles Trenet. During his attack on Skyfall Lodge, he had outfitted his assault helicopter with nearly a dozen loudspeakers - solely for playing rock music during the attack (namely Boom Boom, by The Animals). And as lampshaded by Bond, he "always [had] to make an entrance."
  • William Telling: He forces Bond to play a game with him where they have to shoot a glass of whiskey off Severine's head using old Percussion Cap pistols. Bond misses and Silva "wins" by shooting her in the head.
  • Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Although the "woobie" part is left ambiguous. M declares he was always a "slippery one".


Played by: Ola Rapace

A mercenary of unknown nationality with a French name. He works for Silva, and is responsible for setting the events of the movie in action, by stealing the list of NATO field agents' true identities. Is the first of Silva's mooks to die and notable for being the only named one.


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"One can never be too careful when handsome men in tuxedos carry Walthers."
Played by: Bérénice Marlohe (credited as Bérénice Lim Marlohe)

Silva's mistress. Following a clue left by Patrice, Bond finds Séverine in Macau, where he asks to meet her employer. She promises to help Bond if he will kill her employer.


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