Blues WAG to get steamy with 007's Craig
THE wife of a former Ipswich Town star has revealed she is in the running to play a Bond girl in the new 007 film.Lizzie Cundy said she had been “pencilled in” in for a steamy scene with James Bond star Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace.
THE wife of a former Ipswich Town star has revealed she is in the running to play a Bond girl in the new 007 film.
Lizzie Cundy said she had been “pencilled in” in for a steamy scene with James Bond star Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace.
The 37-year-old actress and model, who is married to former Blues favourite Jason Cundy, was summoned by film bosses looking for a temptress who tries to woo the secret agent in a Mexican hotel.
“There is a bit of a hot scene with Daniel Craig which I have been pencilled in for,” she said.
“They wanted a long-legged girl and gave me a call. It is going to be one of the later scenes and it is quite a randy, hot scene - I am a bit of a naughty girl to be honest.”
The mother-of-two added: “Any girl wants to be a Bond girl and it would be great to work with Daniel Craig.”
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Previously, Mrs Cundy has had a walk-on part in Bond film The World Is Not Enough and she played a leg-double in Goldeneye.
Auditions for the part in the 22nd James Bond film took place earlier this month, with an announcement expected soon.
Jason Cundy played 72 games for Ipswich between 1996 and 1999, during which time he successfully fought testicular cancer. He also played for Chelsea, Tottenham and Portsmouth before retiring from the professional game through injury.