Dr. Molly Warmflash

Dr. Molly Warmflash: MI6’s “Most Professional” of Doctors

Dr. Molly Warmflash, a dedicated medical professional, works for MI6 and is an irregular love interest of James Bond. She makes her appearance in the 1999 James Bond movie, The World Is Not Enough, and is brought to life on screen by British actress, Serena Scott Thomas. The character is subsequently featured in a novel adaptation by Raymond Benson.

Dr. Molly Warmflash

Dr. Molly Warmflash serves as the main medical consultant to MI6 agents, including James Bond. 007 is sent to her for a check up to see if he’s fit enough for work. She identifies Bond’s dislocated collar bone, recommending he avoids strenuous activity.

However, Bond doesn’t want to be sidelined and tries to convince her to declare him fit for duty. He seduces her, and she tries to refrain, but she succumbs to his advances as Bond strips her.


Although Dr. Warmflash succumbs to Bond’s allure, she insists that he must stay in contact with her (this time) in exchange for his certification of health.

Later, Molly presents an informative session on Renard. Using a three-dimensional hologram as a visual aid, she elucidates the nature of his brain damage.

Dr. Molly Warmflash

Dr. Warmflash notes that while the lodged bullet will inevitably lead to Renard’s death, he gains strength daily until his eventual death. His unique condition, an inability to experience pain, currently enables him to exceed normal human limitations.

Serena Scott Thomas

Serena Harriet Scott Thomas, an English actress and documentary producer, first came into the spotlight with her debut in the 1991 drama Let Him Have It and her role as Princess Diana in the 1993 mini-series Diana: Her True Story.

Notably, she appeared as Bond girl, Dr. Molly Warmflash in the 1999 James Bond film The World Is Not Enough and has starred in various TV shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, All Souls, Nip/Tuck, and NCIS.

She also portrayed Carole Middleton in the biopic William & Kate: The Movie. Beyond acting, she has ventured into documentary production with films like Fat: A Documentary in 2019 and its sequel in 2021, along with Beyond Impossible in 2022.