|Hair/eye color:||Blue (Eyes), Brown (Hair)|
|Height/weight:||6'0" (Height), -- (Weight)|
|Occupation:||Head of MI6|
|Behind the scenes|
|Portrayed By:||Ralph Fiennes|
|First Appearance:|| Skyfall (Film)|
|Last Appearance:|| Bond 24 (Film)|
Mallory is a former lieutenant colonel in the SAS, who served in Northern Ireland and spent three months in the hands of the IRA. His distinguishing trait is that during his incarceration he steadfastly refused to divulge confidential information; a fact that seems to have impressed the originally cynical Bond.
During the events of Skyfall, he is the Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. Acting as an intermediary between MI6 and the British government, his position gives him the authority to regulate MI6. During his meeting with M, she at first thinks he is firing her but Mallory just wants her to retire. But she refuses and left early. He observed 007's evaluation and after the psychiatrist said "Skyfall", Bond just left. They first meet as M lies about 007's tests and before James left the room, Mallory asks Bond a question, 'Why not stay dead?" Bond who had been presumed dead, went on to have a quiet life and had come back as MI6 needed him. Later on, during the inquiry, Silva, who recently escaped after disabling MI6's defense system, breaks in with two other men and plans on shooting M but Mallory manages to jump in the way and took the bullet to his left shoulder. Despite the injury, Mallory helped Eve and 007 by picking up a dead police officer's Glock 17 and shoots one of Silva's men and after James shoots the fire extinguishers, Mallory helped Eve move the inquiry members out. He was treated by medics and was given an arm sling. Returning to MI6 after the firefight, Mallory discovered Q and Tanner making a trail for Silva to follow, hoping to help Bond and M lure him into a trap. To their surprise, he allows them to continue, warning them to not get caught by the Prime Minister. At the end of the film, due to her death, Mallory is given M's alias and position as head of MI6.