Elvis is Dominic Greene's right hand man, bodyguard and enforcer. He is constantly seen accompanying Greene's orders without question, even when Greene basically sacrifices him so he can escape. Elvis is known to speak English, Swiss German and French but he doesn't actually say much during the film. He his the tertiary antagonist in the 2008 James Bond film Quantum of Solace. He was portrayed by Anatole Taubman.
He first appears when Camille Montes storms along the dockside to see Greene after finding out that he just tried to have her killed. Elvis tries to stop her, but she pushes him aside. He accompanies Greene onto the private jet with the meeting between Gregg Beam and Felix Leiter and then later at the Tosca performance where he stands guard over Greene in his personal box.
When Elvis follow Bond and Camille, Strawberry Fields trips him up down the stairs allowing Bond to flee. Elvis is seen wearing a neck brace for the rest of the film.
Elvis and Greene's Driver are later seen at the Eco Hotel in Bolivia's Atacama Desert, where he watches over Greene's meeting with General Medrano and Carlos. The calm of the meeting is shattered by the arrival of James Bond, who kills the police chief as Greene and Elvis attempt to evacuate to the hotel's upper floors. During gunfight Elvis stays behind to kill James Bond so Greene can escape. However, he is killed when one of the hotel's hydrogen fuel cells explodes, incinerating him.
- On creating a background for the character, both Mathieu Almaric and Anatole Taubman came up with the backstory of Elvis being Greene's cousin who was rescued from the streets by Greene himself, making him his right hand man and bodyguard.
- Elvis is a similar henchman to Kratt in Casino Royale.
- He is possibly Dominic Greene's cousin.