Friedrich König, better known as Mr. White, is the secondary antagonist of the James Bond rebooted series, serving as the secondary antagonist of Casino Royale, a major antagonist in Quantum of Solace, a minor yet pivotal anti-hero in the 2015 film Spectre and a posthumous character in the 2021 film No Time to Die.
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Casino Royale. According to Jesper Christensen, he was cast as Mr. White in 2006's Casino Royale based almost solely on his show reel and without having to perform a screen test. A total of roughly three weeks were spent filming in France, Pinewood Studios and Lake Como; with a couple of days used for each location.
Mr. White is a fictional character and antagonist played by Jesper Christensen in the James Bond films Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. He is a middleman of a terrorist organisation called Quantum which plays the same role fulfilled by SMERSH in Ian Fleming's original novel.
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Exterior shots of Mr. White's Estate, as seen in Casino Royale (2006). Mr. White's Estate was a fictional property owned by criminal counterintelligence operative, Mr. White. Located on the shores of Lake Como in Lombardy, Italy, the Estate appeared in the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale.
Interviews MI6 recently caught up with Danish actor Jesper Christensen to talk about his role as Mr White in Casino Royale, and his experiences of the production Mr White Casino Royale (2006) MI6 profiles Jesper Christensen, who plays Le Chiffre's paymaster Mr White in Casino Royale - a shadowy character who may return in Bond 22
Casino Royale: Le Chiffre: Mads Mikkelsen: Recoup his squandered clients' funds by winning a poker tournament at the Casino Royale. Bond wins the tournament. Shot in the forehead by Mr. White. Mr. White Jesper Christensen: Assassinate Le Chiffre and retrieve the money. Succeeds. Arrested by Bond. Quantum of Solace: Dominic Greene Mathieu Amalric
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The final scene to the 2006 amazingly brilliant Bond film—Casino Royle.
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