Marc-Ange Draco is the fictional leader of the Unione Corse crime syndicate, father to Teresa di Vicenzo, and father-in-law to MI6 agent James Bond. He appeared in Activision's 2012 video game 007 Legends, portrayed in voice and likeness by actor Anthony Edridge. The character is a re-imagining of the literary and film character who first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1963 novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service and was subsequently adapted for EON Productions' 1969 James Bond film of the same name.
Wanted by the law from an early age, Draco is the powerful head of the infamous Unione Corse crime syndicate. At the age of eighteen he married and shortly afterward became father to Teresa, or Tracy to her close friends. Draco is described as having a warm, charming personality and a cynical sense of humor. He has a love of equestrian pursuits, fine dining and beautiful women, but has never settled down since the sudden death of his wife fourteen years prior to the game's events. After his wife's death, he sent his daughter to a boarding school in Switzerland. Five years prior to 007 Legends, against his wishes, Tracy married Count di Vicenzo who died eighteen months later in a car accident. Seen as a firm but fair leader, he rules over a number of factions that form the secretive Unione Corse; whose activities include legitimate agriculture and construction businesses alongside illegal smuggling, counterfeiting and extortion. Since taking charge of the organization, Draco attempted to soften the syndicate's image and reduce the amount of interest the authorities take in it. Draco counts a number of senior European Union officials as close friends alongside less salubrious contacts from various criminal underworlds across the globe.