Jane Seymour - Bond Girl: Solitaire ('Live and Let Die,' 1973)
At age 22, Jane Seymour appeared in Roger Moore’s first Bond movie, 1973’s "Live and Let Die." She played Solitaire, a clairvoyant tarot card reader, who loses her virginity to James Bond after he stacks her deck and she the “Lovers” card. Following Bond, Seymour’s career has included several major roles—most famously as Dr. Michaela Quinn on "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman." In 2005, Seymour showed she is still Bond Girl-worthy playing a cougar who wants Owen Wilson to sample her new breast implants in "Wedding Crashers." (Photo: MGM)
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