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Daniel Craig returns as James Bond for British charity fundraiser

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Daniel Craig reprised the role of James Bond in a new sketch for a fundraising event by British charity Comic Relief.

The actor has previously played the dapper MI6 spy in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre, and is set to star in one last 007 feature, No Time to Die.


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Craig featured in a Red Nose Day special for Comic Relief, appearing alongside comedian Catherine Tate.

Craig's James Bond came face-to-face with Tate's Nan character in a sketch that saw Nan cleaning an office in MI6 before accidentally video-calling 007, according to the BBC.

His character then introduces himself as "Bond. James Bond", to which Nan quips: "Well make up your mind, son. Why are you introducing yourself backwards?"

By the end of the sketch, Nan is revealed as a villain, telling Bond: "It's me, 0075. I have got a bus pass and a licence to watch the BBC and I have finally caught up with you."

Justin Bieber and the Duke of Cambridge were among other famous faces who took part in this year's Red Nose Day on BBC One.

No Time to Die is currently scheduled to be released in cinemas on September 30, having been delayed multiple times due to the pandemic.

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