He was portrayed by actor and stunt performer Andy Bradford. To date, across the James Bond franchise as a whole, there have been five individuals who have held the number The theft has not gone unnoticed and he is pursued by knife-throwing twins Mischka and Grischka , who wound him as he attempts to pass through the surrounding forest. Attempting to escape across a bridge, he is struck by one of the twin's knives and plunges into the river. Assuming him to be dead, the twins break off their pursuit, allowing a fatally wounded to scramble from the riverbank and get to the British ambassador's residence. Smashing through the window, the operative collapses to the floor dead; the egg slipping from his hand and landing at the ambassador's feet.
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A 00 typically read " Double O " and denoted in Fleming's novels by the letters "OO" rather than the digits "00" is a field agent that holds a licence to kill in the field, at his or her discretion, to complete any mission. The novel Moonraker establishes that the section routinely has three agents concurrently; the film series, beginning with Thunderball , establishes the number of 00 agents at a minimum of 9. The origins of the Double O title may date to Fleming's wartime service. In the first novel, Casino Royale , and the film adaptation , the 00 concept is introduced and, in Bond's words, means "that you've had to kill a chap in cold blood in the course of some assignment. This differentiates from deadly force used by non agents in the course of self-defence or offensive action; plus, in the original time frame of the novel—the early s—many MI6 agents would have had recent war service. In the second novel, Live and Let Die , the 00 number designates a past killing; not until the third novel, Moonraker , does the 00 number designate a licence to kill. Thereafter, the novels are ambiguous about whether a 00 agent's licence to kill is limited, with varying accounts in Dr. Per Fleming's Moonraker , 00 agents face mandatory retirement at 45; John Gardner contradicts this in his novels, depicting a fifty-odd-year-old secret agent. Fleming himself only mentions five 00 agents in all.