Cab Driver 1 played by Arnold Williams Starred In Live And Let Die (1973) A comical henchmen working for Dr Kananga, Cab Driver 1 provides one of the highlights of the film.

Dambala Played by Michael Ebbin Live and Let Die (1973) Dambala is a member of Kananga‘s voodoo cult and a skilled reptile handler in the 1973 movie Live and Let Die. He carried out ritual sacrifices to Baron Samedi. Bond shot him dead as

Adam Played by Tommy Lane Live and Let Die (1973) Adam is an underling of Mr. Big (Dr. Kananga) but mainly receives his instructions from Tee Hee; in some ways he can be considered the latter’s right hand. He first appears at the

Cabby Played by Arnold Williams Live and Let Die (1973) One of Kananga‘s informer in Harlem. After driving Bond into Harlem, he reports his position to Kananga. Later, he traps Bond and Solitaire in his cab after their escape from San

Live and Let Die (1973) Rosie Carver played by Gloria Hendry   Rosie Carver is a CIA agent operating on the fictional island of San Monique in the 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die. In the film, she is a rogue CIA agent who is secretly

Live and Let Die (1973) Whisper Played by Earl Jolly Brown Whisper is the name of a character in the James Bond film, Live and Let Die. The character has a very soft voice that sounds like he is whispering, hence earning himself the name.

Live and Let Die (1973) Tee-Hee Played by Julius Harris   Tee-Hee Johnson is one of Mr. Big‘s henchmen from the Ian Fleming novel Live and Let Die and its 1973 film adaption. In the film, Tee Hee is portrayed as Mr. Big‘s right hand man and has a

Baron Samedi is a fictional character from the James Bond novel and film, Live and Let Die. In the novel, Baron Samedi is a voodoo figure with whom Mr. Big has chosen to identify himself with to inspire fear among