In the UK’s annual New Year Honours List, Daniel Craig, the actor who portrays the fictitious spy James Bond in movies, was named a Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George (CMG). The honor, which is typically given to real-life spies and diplomats, is also given to Ian Fleming’s fictional 007 agents in his writings. Craig, 53, a native of Chester in England, has been honored for his contributions to theater and movies. His CMG comes soon after the release of the previous Bond movie, “No Time To Die,” which ended up being one of the highest-grossing movies of 2017. After appearing in five Bond films, Craig, the most well-known secret agent in the world, has already announced his retirement. The CMG order of chivalry was established in 1818, and members are chosen by the monarch. Members of the order are permitted to display the CMG on a ribbon around their necks during formal occasions.Read Also “James Bond” star Daniel Craig honored with star on Hollywood Walk of FameBritain’s favorite superspy, Daniel Craig, made his mark on Hollywood on Wednesday when he received a star on the Walk of Fame. Queen Elizabeth II and Craig famously crossed paths while filming a In the New Year’s Honours list, which was published on Friday, Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson, who produced the Bond movies, are also honoured for their contributions to theater and film by being named Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBEs). Joanna Lumley and Vanessa Redgrave, two other British actors on this year’s list, were made Dames for their contributions to theater, entertainment, and philanthropy, and British Indian actor Nitin Ganatra was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.
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