Richard Graydon, who served as a stuntman in multiple James Bond films, has died, aged 92.

The British daredevil passed away on 22 December (14).

Graydon performed in 10 Bond films over the course of his nearly 40-year career, first appearing in 1963's From Russia With Love.

He was known for his death-defying tricks, including getting shot out of a cannon in Octopussy's circus, sliding down a chain over an abyss in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and fighting villain Jaws on top of an aerial tram in Moonraker.

Graydon's other 007 credits include Goldfinger, Thunderball, A View to Kill, For Your Eyes Only, The Spy Who Loved Me, and You Only Live Twice.

Graydon either performed or co-ordinated stunts in a number of other notable films, including The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men, Batman, Raiders of the Lost Ark, International Velvet, Star Wars: Episode Iv, The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Charge of the Light Brigade, and his final film credit - 1998's Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.