Millions of fans can finally watch Daniel Craig reprise the iconic 007 role in his last James Bond film - but they may be able to spot a Wiltshire actor in the blockbuster too.

Nathan Pegler, from Winterbourne Bassett, filmed a scene in No Time to Die as a lab technician who works for Bond villain Safin, played by Rami Malek.

The technicians help to cultivate a biological weapon at Safin’s base which Bond must destroy to help save millions of lives.

Nathan, 48, who had a speaking role in Poldark in 2019, told The Adver: “To be on a James Bond set at Pinewood Studios was quite the experience. I would’ve done it for free.

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“I’m a huge Bond fan and there were guns, water, smoke and action so it was mindblowing.

“In the scene, Bond arrives at the base, shoots a couple of rounds in the air and rounds the lab technicians up and puts us all in the corner.

“It’s a very impressive set but it’s not your traditional lab. There were troughs with water and it was very strangely lit so it was pretty stylised.”

Nathan, who also featured as a prisoner rioting in Silent Witness, shot the scene with Bond and Nomi body doubles, and seven other extras playing technicians.

He added: “Although I didn’t end up meeting Daniel Craig, his body double is very much the spitting image of him, it’s uncanny.”

No Time To Die was released this week, almost a year and a half after its original planned release date.

Nathan shot his scene back in 2019, but he remembers being told he had bagged the part like it was yesterday.

The actor said: “I can remember it vividly. I’d just walked home from a friend’s house in the village.

“I was stunned and excited all at the same time.”

The laboratory scene was filmed in Pinewood Studios 40 feet off the ground so Nathan had to climb up scaffolding to shoot and, in the process, got a good view of the rest of the set.

He also walked around the sets created for some of the Cuba scenes where Bond gets involved in a shoot-out.

His favourite Bond is Sean Connery but he loves all the Daniel Craig films, especially Casino Royale.

The budding actor said he would like to see a relatively unknown actor take on the iconic Bond role next - although he admitted that Idris Elba would do a good job.

Nathan has a lot of projects in the pipeline but one of his favourite recent gigs was his extra role in the war film Six Minutes to Midnight, starring Eddie Izzard and Judi Dench.