Known In The '70s For: Playing a Bond Girl in Live and Let Die (1973) 

Born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg, she took her stage name from one of Henry VIII's wives but seared herself into the memories of filmgoers as Solitaire in Live and Let Die. To this day, Solitaire remains one of the most popular Bond Girls of all time. When Roger Moore, then the "new" James Bond, tries his customary introduction, Solitaire backhands him with, "I know who you are, what you are, and why you've come. You have made a mistake. You will not succeed." Seymour continued on through the '70s as a thinking man's sex symbol, appearing in one of those ridiculous stop-motion Sinbad movies and the 1978 series Battlestar Galactica.