Terence Cooper

July 5, 1933 — September 16, 1997

Born in Northern Island, he was well know in New Zealand for his work in Mortimer's Patch along other roles, as well as appearing in the 1967 film, Casino Royale, a James Bond satire based on Ian Fleming's first Bond novel of the same name. He was also at one point a candidate for the role of Bond in the official movie series.

Cooper ran a successful Curry restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, Trouper Cooper's Curry House, writing Trouper Cooper's Curry Cookbook, and The Parnell Cookbook.

The Parnell Cook CookTrooper Coopers Curry Cookbook