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He was also rumored to have had an affair with his Layer Cake co-star Sienna Miller in 2005.
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Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to plot how to wed my as-yet-un-conceived child to the future monarch of England.
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On April 6, 2005 Craig was reported to have been signed by EON Productions as part of a three-film contract worth £15 million, however, this news was later debunked by the BBC who contacted EON for an official report.
According to Craig, MGM offered him the role but the Broccoli family never got in touch with him.
Daniel Wroughton Craig (born March 2, 1968) is an English actor.
Born the year after the release of You Only Live Twice, Craig is the first James Bond actor to be born after the start of the film series, also making him the first Bond actor to be born after Ian Fleming died.
He moved to London when he was 16 to join the National Youth Theatre, later securing a place at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
As early as February 2005, Craig had been named in the media as a possible contender to replace Pierce Brosnan as James Bond.
Those of us weaned on cinematic fantasies of self-sacrificing Rebeccas of York and sweet-natured, improbably Aryan-looking Holocaust victims who bear little resemblance, physical or emotional, to the Jewish women (or indeed, women) we have known and loved, might find it difficult to muster up much sympathy. Perhaps the Weisz/Craig union can be the bridge to a kind of truce: You forgive us for not being flaxen-haired and docile; we’ll forgive you for not being James Bond.