David Hedison played the continuing character of Felix Lieter in two James Bond movies, Live and Let Die and License to Kill. He is known for his performance in the original The Fly movie in which his experiment in electronic teleportation gives him the head and arm of a fly.
He is also well know for his television series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. He recently recorded a 12 minute introduction to the eight hour CD production of How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle.
In his Bond Lifestyle introduction Hedison tells the story of how he ran away from his first audition, only to finally get up the courage to return and get the part. He give examples of mind sets he used to survive as a freelance actor. Then he tells the listener his ideas for a successful lifestyle. "Do you know what it's like to make friends with yourself?" he asks you.
At the end of his story Hedison goes into his "Felix Leiter" character and says, "I backed up James Bond on two missions and I wish I could be there with you now to back you up on whatever mission that will move you forward in life.
But I want you to think of me along with you backing you up on any challenge that may come to you as you take action on achieving your goals. And like I told Bond in Live and Let Die, "I just know you want to get where the real action is."
Hedison met James Bond Lifestyle writer/producer Paul Kyriazi at the SpyFest convention on the Queen Mary in 2002 where Kyriazi opened and closed the show teaching the audience the techniques of his success program.
Hedison also recently played a lead role in Kyriazi's audio-book McKnight's Memory narrated by Frank Sinatra Jr. And performed by Robert Culp, Nancy Kwan, Henry Silva, Don Stroud, Alan Young, Edd "Kookie" Byrnes, and Gary Lockwood.
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Coiming Nov. 6th: SPECTRE. Be living the lifestyle by then.