Former 007 Star George Lazenby Axed From Show After Alleged ‘Sexual Conquests’ Comments And More, Actor Issues Apology

ytsfreeSeptember 13, 2022

While George Lazenby has acted in a variety of movies and TV shows over the years, he’s still best know for his sole contribution to the James Bond movies canon, having played 007 in 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Recently, the actor appeared in The Music of James Bond event while it was in Melbourne, Australia. However, Lazenby has been axed from the show after allegedly making comments about “sexual conquests” and more, for which the actor has issued an apology.

The Music of James Bond has been playing at the Perth Concert Hall, and George Lazenby appeared as a guest during the event this past Saturday. Someone who called into The Catch-Up with Mark Gibson (via 6PR 882) the following day described Lazenby’s appearance as being “creepy,” “horrific” and “disgusting, there’s no two ways about it.” Starting off, this caller mentioned that rather than discussing his James Bond history, Lazenby instead dedicated his speaking time on the following topics:

He spent all of the interview just talking basically about his sexual conquests, he was homophobic, he swore, he certainly wasn’t talking about his Bond movies, he downplayed the Queen, a day after she died.


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