Walter Gotell Overview:

Actor, Walter Gotell, was born on Mar 15, 1924 in Bonn, Germany. Gotell died at the age of 73 on May 5, 1997 in London, England .



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Morzeny: [after Grant kills a look-a-like Bond] Exactly one minute, fifty-two seconds. That's excellent.

Rosa Klebb: Training is useful, but there is no substitute for experience.
Morzeny: I agree: we use live targets as well.

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Walter Gotell Facts
Chosen for the role of General Gogol in the James Bond movies of the 1970s and 80s because he was a look-alike of the former head of Soviet secret police, Lavrentiy Pavlovitch Beria. He had earlier appeared as a different character in From Russia with Love.

At one time owned the southern-most house in Europe

Memorable for playing the role of "General Gogol" in the James Bond movies from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), right up to The Living Daylights (1987). He previously appeared in From Russia with Love (1963) as SPECTRE henchman "Morzeny".

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