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Yusef Kabira - James Bond WikiAppears in:

  • English actor Simon Kassianides, born in 1979.

Who he is:

  • In the final moments of Casino Royale, M informs Bond that Kabira was Vesper Lynd's boyfriend of French-Algerian descent, and that Vesper had stolen the winnings Bond had acquired in his Texas hold'em tournament with Le Chiffre so that she could pay for Kabira's release from an unnamed criminal organization.
  • However, unknown to MI6 and Vesper, Kabira was secretly working for Quantum, seducing unsuspecting female MI6 staff members into revealing secrets or turning over classified documents which he would, in turn, give to Quantum.

Evil scheme:

  • Stealing secrets from unsuspecting female secret agents, staffers or operatives he seduces and lures into cooperating with Quantum.

Attempted methods of killing Bond:

  • None.

How plans were foiled:

  • His fake death doesn't fool MI6 for long. Bond tracks him to Kazan, Russia, after ruining Dominic Greene's plans in South America.

How he is dispatched :

  • I Kazan, Russia, Bond confronts Kabira, whom has returned from an evening out with Corinne Veneau, a Canadian agent. Bond informs her that Kabira is a traitor who is undoubtedly using her for his latest project, part of his proof of Kabira's guilt is the Algerian love knot necklace Bond shows to both of them, it's the one he took from Vesper after she died. Corine is wearing an identical one. Bond then orders Veneau to leave and allows Kabira to be taken into custody by MI6.

Defining dialogue:

  • "Please, make it quick!"

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