Blofeld's right-hand man is a fictional unnamed member of the secretive criminal organization SPECTRE and the assistant of its leader, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. A minor recurring antagonist portrayed by Lithuanian actor, Gediminas Adomaitis, he first appeared in the 2015 James Bond film, Spectre, and was later seen in its 2021 sequel, No Time to Die.
Credited as "Blofeld's right-hand man", this unnamed henchman was present in Rome with his leader Blofeld, and a bodyguard. He was present when Guerra was killed by Mr. Hinx. When Lorenzo falls to his death, the butler swiftly leaves with Blofeld.
He made a third and final appearance in London, in Blofeld's helicopter. After Bond shot down the helicopter, he is presumed dead in the crash as his corpse was seen as Blofeld exited the crashed wreck of his helicopter. However, he managed to survive the ordeal.
No Time to Die
The right-hand man is briefly seen in Cuba alongside all other high-ranking SPECTRE agents attending the "birthday" of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, in fact a trap intended for Bond. He later watches along with the other agents as Valdo Obruchev releases a gas containing the Project Heracles bioweapon. However, Safin has changed the plan and the man is killed along with the other agents, leaving Bond unharmed.