Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming is a 1990 TV biographical film of the life of Ian Fleming, creator of the popular James Bond spy character, retracing his playboy youth, his expulsion from various colleges, his experiences as a newspaper writer and his tour of duty for the British intelligence agency during World War II. Fleming himself is played by Jason Connery, son of Sean Connery, the actor who helped make Bond an icon in the films made in the 1960s. Ex-Bond girl Fiona Fullerton , who appeared in A View To A Kill, made an appearance.
Jason Connery as Ian Fleming Kristin Scott Thomas as Leda St Gabriel Joss Ackland as German SS Generaloberst Hielstien Patricia Hodge as Lady Evelyn Fleming David Warner as Admiral Godfrey, S.O.E. Military Intelligence Colin Welland as Reuters World News Editor Fiona Fullerton as Lady Caroline Hornsby Richard Johnson as General Hornsby Julian Firth as Quincy Marsha Fitzalan as Miss Delaney Ingrid Held as Countess De Turbinville Hugo Bower as German SS Major Clive Mantle as Marine Sergeant Ellis Leo Fenn as young Ian Fleming Tara McGowran as Daphne Edita Brychta as Maya Octavia Verdin as Colette Brendon Nolan as S.O.E. Agent Kate Humble as The Red-Head (credited as Lauren Heston)
For entertainment purposes only, I do not claim ownership or rights of this production. Copyright is held by its respective owners.
Appears on these pages
Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming is a 1990 TV biographical film of the life of Ian...