Daniel Craig also popularly known as star-studded role of James Bond is going to beat his predecessors to be the longest-serving Bond this Wednesday with a record of 4527 days in a role. The 51 year old actor Craig began the debut James bond movie in 2016 when he sizzled the stage with his outstanding debonair performance making the female population drool over his Blue-eyed handsomeness.
Daniel, who took to our screens with his debut Bond film Casino Royal in November 2016, will beat former Bond actor Roger Moore, who lasted 4,526 days in the role and Sean Connery, who spent nine years as Bond, to be the longest-serving actor with a licence to kill.
Pierce Brosnan, who made his first appearance in the Bond movies with Goldeneye in 1995, spent seven years in the iconic role before handing it over in 2002. Daniel also confirmed that he would be reprising his role as the British Secret Service agent for the 25th Bond film. The fifth and final film of Daniel’s is set to be released in 2020. Daniel Craig was loved by millions of audience worldwide and his fan base increased tremendously following his stardom by James Bond Series.