[[Feature~V158529~Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]] girl Maud Adams was born Maud Wikstrom in Sweden in 1945. After working as a fashion model and marrying her first husband in 1966, she started her acting career in Hollywood. She was the only woman to appear in three [[Feature~V158529~Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]] films: as Andrea in [[Feature~V31224~The Man With the Golden Gun~themanwiththegoldengun]] (1974), as the title mystery woman in [[Feature~V35940~Octopussy~octopussy]] (1983), and in an uncredited role in [[Feature~V52760~A View to a Kill~aviewtoakill]] (1985). Her other film credits include [[Performer~P96048~Norman Jewison~normanjewison]]'s futuristic action film [[Feature~V41954~Rollerball~rollerball]] and the erotic drama [[Feature~V48710~Tattoo~tattoo]] with [[Performer~P18703~Bruce Dern~brucedern]]. During the rest of the '80s, she mostly did bad TV movies and theatrical thrillers. Only a few have survived on home video, such as the comic strip-based adventure [[Feature~V25824~Jane and the Lost City~janeandthelostcity]] and the costume adventure [[Feature~V25139~Intimate Power~intimatepower]] with [[Performer~P138~F. Murray Abraham~fmurrayabraham]].
In the late '90s, Adams remarried and worked in television back in Sweden. She was the host and director of Kafé Luleå and a regular cast member on Radioskugga and Vita Lögner. In the States, she could be seen offering commentary in numerous [[Feature~V158529~James Bond~jamesbond[filmseries]]]-related documentaries. She was also a guest star on an episode of [[Feature~V168207~That '70s Show~that70sshow[tvseries]]]. In 2003, she offered up her celebrity personality to the convention-goers of Spyfest '03 in Long Beach, CA. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi