George Lazenby, who played 007 in the 1969 film, admits that he has never seen a Bond movie and would look like you were going to & # 39; go backwards & # 39;
Only six actors were lucky enough to show 007 on the big screen.
But despite the fact that George Lazenby was the spy on Her Majesty & # 39; s Secret Service in 1969, he has revealed that he has never seen a James Bond movie.
The Australian star, 79, has claimed he thought the franchise after the shooting & # 39; about & # 39; was and decided not to present his role again despite the worldwide popularity of the films.
Granted that he had never seen the current Bond Daniel Craig in the role, he said: & I have not seen him. I've never seen Bond movies. I don't want to go back, I want to go forward. & # 39;
Lazenby told The Lady magazine that he had made the decision not to come back for a second film, despite the misconception that he had been released from the franchise.
Despite the lead role as James Bond in 1969 & # 39; s On Her Majesty & # 39; s Secret Service, George Lazenby (photo) revealed that he has never seen one of the films
& # 39; Everyone thought I had made a Bond movie and failed. They never thought I could have gotten rid of it, & he said.
& # 39; My manager told me that James Bond was over. Easy Rider was inside, there were hippies in it. People were walking around in trousers with bell bottoms and floral shirts and I was walking around in a suit. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; I would walk into a restaurant and people would stare. Far away from date, you know. That was not a rebellion. That was for fucking. If you looked like a short-haired man wearing a suit, forget it. But a beard and long hair was better than being Bond. & # 39;
Lazenby was the youngest actor to ever play Bond on 29 after coming to the fore as a model.
The Australian star, now 79, said he had made the decision not to come back for a second film, despite the misconception that he was fired from the franchise (George with On The Majesty & Secret Service co-star Diana Rigg, left)
Lazenby, who separated from second wife Pam Shriver in 2008 after six years of marriage, also revealed that he is not looking for love again. He said: & # 39; I have been there, done that & # 39;
His career came to a halt in the 1970s, but he continued to land roles in films such as The Man from Hong Kong, 1975 and Gettsyburg from 1993.
Lazenby split from second wife, Pam Shriver, in 2008 after six years of marriage, but is not looking for love again.
& # 39; I don't think I'll be with another woman in my life. That was years ago, & he said.
& # 39; I've been there, done. I miss the company of a relationship. That's why I have male friends that I go to drink and have fun with. I have my children. And that part of me is filled with the love of my children .. & # 39;
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