Thu, 04 Oct 2012 02:15:00 GMT | By Maureen O'Hare
Bond's greatest villains

Alec Trevelyan (Goldeneye: 1995)



Alec Trevelyan (Goldeneye: 1995) (© Rex Features)
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  • Elliot Carver (Tomorrow Never Dies: 1997) (© Rex Features)
  • Alec Trevelyan (Goldeneye: 1995) (© Rex Features)
  • Franz Sanchez & Dario (License to Kill: 1989) (© Rex Features)
  • General Georgi Koskov, Brad Whitaker & Necros (The Living Daylights: 1987 (© Rex Features)
  • Max Zorin & May Day (A View to a Kill: 1985) (© Rex Features)
  • Kamal Khan, Octopussy & General Orlov (Octopussy: 1983) (© Rex Features)
  • Aristotle Kristatos (For Your Eyes Only: 1981) (© Rex Features)
  • Hugo Drax (Moonraker: 1979) (© Rex Features)
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The mighty Sean Bean (right) has played a whole host of villainous characters, and is noted for dying in pretty much every movie he's been in. So it was only right that Bean should get his turn to play Bond's nemesis, which he did to great effect as Alec Trevelyan, a former agent and friend of Bond who goes definitively to the bad.

Alan Cumming (left) also stars as Boris Grishenko, a computer programmer working for Trevelyan.

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