Robbie Sims

When he was young and his heart was an open book, Robbie first fell under the spell of 007 while watching Live and Let Die. Consequently, he now finds himself checking the bathroom for snakes every time he shaves. He works as a scriptwriter and voice-over artist, and quite enjoys referring to himself in the third person. For the record: he thinks the best Bond film is Casino Royale (2006), the GREATEST Bond film is The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), and his personal favourite Bond film is A View to a Kill (1985) (which probably explains a lot). You can follow his daily Bondian dribblings on Twitter @TheTchaikovsky.


Year Title Role
2020 Quantum of Silliness: The Peculiar World of Bond, James Bond Author