Nikki van der Zyl (b. 27 April 1935, Berlin, also known as Monica van der Zyl) is a German voice actress most famous for providing the voice of Ursula Andress in the movie Dr. No. She also revoiced all the other female voices in that same movie, except that of Miss Moneypenny (played by Lois Maxwell) and that of Miss Taro (Zena Marshall). Van der Zyl also worked as a dialogue coach who assisted Gert Fröbe, whose English was limited, for the Bond movie Goldfinger. Currently, she works as an artist, poet, and public speaker. Her father was Rabbi Dr Werner van der Zyl.
- Dr. No (1962) (Re-voiced Ursula Andress and all female voices except Lois Maxwell and Zena Marshall.)
- From Russia with Love (1963) (Re-voiced Eunice Gayson and female hotel clerk in Istanbul.)
- Goldfinger (1964) (Re-voiced Shirley Eaton and Bonita. Voice coach to Gert Fröbe on set with him.)
- Thunderball (1965) (Re-voiced Claudine Auger and woman in red dress at the casino.)
- You Only Live Twice (1967) (Re-voiced Mie Hama.)
- Hannibal Brooks (1969) (Re-voiced Karin Baal.)
- On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) (Re-voiced Olympe and various other characters.)
- Scars of Dracula (1970) (Re-voiced Jenny Hanley.)
- Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (Re-voiced Marie and the woman heard on boat in Amsterdam.)
- Live and Let Die (1973) (Partly re-voiced Jane Seymour).
- The Cherry Picker (1974) (Re-voiced Lulu.)
- The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) (Re-voiced Francoise Therry and various other characters.)
- Moonraker (1979) (Supposedly re-voiced Corinne Clery; also re-voiced various other characters.)
In January 2013 published her book For Your Ears Only but a week later it was pulled from sale after an injunction was lodged and upheld.