Diana Rigg played the role of Teresa “Tracy” Bond in the sixth installment of the adventures of the famous spy, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, released in 1969. Even though this character is only physically present in one movie (Tracy is killed by Ernst Stavio Blofeld while she is still wearing her wedding dress), it is still very important, because it is is the only woman who managed to marry James Bond, despite being often portrayed, as much by his fictional colleagues as by film critics, as a sexist and misogynistic man.
She is also the only actress to have played George Lazenby in the role of Agent 007, who has only once been Bond. Unlike his predecessors and successors, with the exception of Daniel Craig, he embodied a less emotionally detached James Bond.
Before becoming part of the big family of James Bond films, Diana Rigg played British spy Emma Pell in the series. The Avengers. In the decades that followed, she appeared in several television productions; the last before his death in September 2020, and not the least, is in the series Game of Thrones.