Roger Moore, Ben Whishaw and Rory Kinnear join Daniel Craig in Bond sketch for Comic Relief

Sam Mendes will also appear alongside Naomie Harris and Bond producer Michael G. Wilson in the mini-mockmentary, which will air during tonight's Red Nose Day coverage

If you thought an appearance from Daniel Craig in tonight’s Comic Relief coverage was enough to leave you shaken (not stirred), brace yourself – the Bond actor is set to be joined by a whole host of cast and crew from the iconic spy films.


Craig, who has played secret agent 007 since 2005, is poised to appear in a skit during tonight’s charity fundraiser on BBC1 – and he’s going to be joined by co-stars Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear and Naomie Harris, as well as Bond legend Sir Roger Moore, plus director Sam Mendes and producer Michael G. Wilson. 

The mockumentary-style sketch, which was been penned by David Walliams and the Dawson Brothers, will see Daniel and his colleagues “reveal the biggest Bond secret yet – a bombshell which is set to shock the world.”

“Expect surprises, laughs, and some very special appearances, as viewers are finally told the truth about James Bond,” tease the BBC. 

“When I first saw the script, I was returning home from the set, and it really made me laugh out loud. I was thrilled to be asked to be involved,” said Ben Whishaw, who plays Q, while Moore added: “I think viewers will most enjoy seeing that old Bonds never die.”


Watch the sketch during Comic Relief – Face the Funny, broadcasting live from the London Palladium from 7:00pm on BBC1