British composer Monty Norman, who worked on the James Bond theme song used throughout the world-famous spy movie "007" series, has died.

He was 94 years old.

Monty Norman was born in 1928 in the East End of London to parents from Latvia in the Baltic States.

When she started playing the guitar at the age of 16, she showed her musical talent and became a jazz band singer in the 1950s.

He was then asked to compose for "Dr. No", the first of the "007" series released in 1962.

At that time, Norman was busy with other work and tried to decline, but the film producer invited Sean Connery, who played "James Bond", to the filming site in Jamaica and persuaded him. ..

Along with James Bond's theme song, Bond walking ahead of the barrel turned around, and the novel opening to shoot the gun gained popularity and has been used throughout the series since then.

According to Norman's official website, Norman died on the 11th.

He was 94 years old.