Rosika Miklos is a fictional pipeline technician employed at the Soviet Trans Siberian Pipeline and secretly an intelligence operative working for the British Secret Service. The character appeared in EON Productions' 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights and was portrayed by actress Julie T. Wallace.
Employed at the Soviet Trans Siberian Pipeline in Czechoslovakia, Rosika Miklos assists James Bond in smuggling (supposedly defecting) Soviet General Georgi Koskov across the Iron Curtain. She implies that this is not the first time the pair have worked together and assists 007 in preparing a Q Branch-modified Scouring Pig, a piece of equipment designed to clean out the natural gas pipeline. She tucks the terrified Koskov inside the capsule, with an oxygen mask for the crossing, and tells Bond that when the pressure on the dial reaches '100' it should be released. Since the Pig's launch will cause the control room to 'light up like a Christmas tree', Rosika leaves to distract the supervisor by smothering the man in her cleavage. After the Pig successfully launches, she forces the dazed man away, zipping up her overalls with a furious "what kind of girl do you think I am!".