Dr. Vogel, played by British actress Brigitte Millar, is a minor villain in the 2015 24th James Bond film Spectre, playing as a member of the SPECTRE organisation.

Film biography

After having found out that a SPECTRE meeting is held in Rome, James Bond infiltrates the meeting, using the ring he got from the now dead Marco Sciarra. There, he witnesses the SPECTRE leaders discussing their latest successes. After one of them has talked about their counterfeit pharmaceutical business, he to Dr. Vogel, who states that they have placed a lot of migrated females into the leisure sector and that the completion of the Global Surveillance initiative of Max Denbigh means that their capability is second to none. She claims that now is the time for aggressive expansion,but before she can continue the meeting is interrupted when the hall's great doors swing open and Ernst Stavro Blofeld enters the room with his right-hand man and another man, causing every SPECTRE member to reverently remain quiet. After Blofeld has taken seat and tells the board to not be disturbed by his presence, Vogel, now visibly nervous, repeats that there are only positive news. After Vogel is done, the subject turns to the success of Marco Sciarra. Eventually SPECTRE assassin Mr. Hinx becomes Sciarra's official successor, killing his opponent Guerra with bare hands. During the murder, Vogel demonstratively looks away. The meeting is later disturbed when Blofeld addresses Bond, causing the spy to escapes after the death of a guard, Lorenzo.


  • Her surname Vogel literally translates to bird.
  • Although Vogel only speaks German in the film, in the german version she is doubled by a German, Krista Birkner.