Natalya Simonova (Russian: Наталья Семёнова but misspelled as "Simonova" (Russian: Симонова) due to developers' lack in Russian language knowledge) is a programmer at the top-secret GoldenEye space weapons facility at Severnaya, Russia. She serves as the primary heroine and James Bond's love interest in the 2010 video-game GoldenEye 007 and was voiced by Kirsty Mitchell.

Although she is loosely based on Izabella Scorupco's character from the 1995 film GoldenEye her character and plot arc were significantly changed for the remake.

Film biography

Once again, Bond meets Natalya in the bunker in Severnaya after General Ourumov and Xenia Onatopp have slaughtered the rest of the staff. After escaping, she and Bond are taken to St. Petersburg to be interrogated by the Russian Defence Minister Dmitri Mishkin, who believes that they were responsible for the theft of the GoldenEye activation keys. She is then abducted by Ourumov before Bond chases them through the streets in a tank. Unlike in the film and original game, Natalya is abducted by Alec Trevelyan again after Bond saves her in the train, and Bond travels to Nigeria alone in an Aeroplane. In the missile-cradle Bond saves Natalya again. After Bond defeats Trevelyan on the exploding solar tower, Natalya saves him in a helicopter before the tower explodes completely.

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