This Bond Villain Was An Olympic Silver Medalist And Other Links

In fact, lots of Olympians went on to careers in Hollywood. Also, vandalism can be epic and Swiss sheep can now text for help.

Name: Toshiyuki "Harold" Sakata
Event: Weightlifting, 1948 Olympics, silver medalist
Facts: Goldfinger was the highlight of the Hawaiian-born Sakata’s post-Olympics career, so much so that he adopted “Oddjob” — the Bond-battling villains he played, opposite Sean Connery — as his middle name.

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