The actress’s death occurred on October 5, according to her son, without revealing the causes.

Former Bond girl Margaret Nolan passed away at the age of 76.

The British actress and artist’s son, Oscar Deeks, tells Variety that the passing occurred on October 5, and filmmaker Edgar Wright, who cast Nolan for his upcoming film Last Night in Soho, broke the news to fans. via Twitter on Sunday.

Paying tribute to Nolan, Wright wrote: “She was in the middle of the Venn diagram of everything great in the 1960s; after appearing with the Beatles, having been more than iconic in Bond and being part of the cast of ‘Carry On’ as well.

Nolan began her career in the 1960s as a glamor model, using the theatrical nickname Vicky Kennedy, but she stayed true to her real name while continuing to act.

In 1964, she rose to fame as the gold-painted model in the famous 007 Goldfinger film title sequence, in which she also played Dink, the James Bond masseur, played by Sean Connery, and appeared in the movie by The Beatles A Hard Day’s. Night.

He then appeared in Ferry Cross the Mersey, the musical film starring rock band Gerry and the Pacemakers, and joined the Carry On comedy franchise with his first of many parts in Carry On Cowboy.

Wright’s Last Night in Soho, one of Nolan’s latest projects, will be released in April.