LIVE AND LET DIE’s Solitaire JANE SEYMOUR’s “shaken not stirred” jaw dropping confessional!
Jane Seymour got her biggest break toplining in Roger Moore’s first flick as James Bond in 1973 in “Live and Let Die” at the tender age of 20 and what made her blush was the fact that she was asked to play a voodoo priestess – a VIRGIN voodoo priestess.
"My Bond character was meant to look like a virgin, I don't think they do that very often," Jane told FOX411.
"Usually they are looking for someone exotic, different, beautiful, someone that is a nemesis or a lover for (Bond). There is always a twist to it, there is always something exotic about a Bond girl."
While Jane went on to star in Harryhausen fave rave “Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger” and long running TV series, “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” she was still very new to all THAT cine-magic.
"Being in that film I was just 20 and starting out, so it was a huge deal. I had a career afterwards, but I have never done anything remotely like that since then. I had to go back to what I knew and what I do which is more practical stuff," she said.
"And this was the first Roger Moore Bond film, and it was big shoes to climb into after Sean Connery. I was watching Roger deal with that, but I was very new to acting so I realized I had a lot to learn."
And it also meant becoming part of “The Sisterhood of the Travelling 007 Girls”.
"It's interesting that whenever I meet some of the other Bond girls, I always have something in common, and it is an interesting sorority. We all share about our Bonds," she giggled.
"'Did your Bond do that?' 'Yes mine did!' So it is quite funny conversations.
“We may as well be in high school."