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"Thanks, Mr Krest. But, guess what? His name was Sharkey."
― Clive returns with Sharkey's corpse.[src]

Clive was a fictional diver employed by Milton Krest's marine research company; a front of the Sanchez Cartel. The character briefly appeared in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill, portrayed by Eddie Edenfield, and also appeared in John Gardner's accompanying novelization.[1]


Clive is a diver working for Milton Krest's "Wavekrest Marine Research", a front organization for Franz Sanchez's drug cartel. He is responsible for the murder of James Bond's friend and ally Sharkey and brings the man's corpse and fishing boat back to Krest - strung up alongside a dead shark. Ordering the boat to be disposed of, he climbs back on-board Krest's ship, only to be met by 007; who picks up a nearby harpoon gun and shoots him in the stomach with a dry "Compliments of Sharkey". His body falls overboard into the ocean and Bond subsequently uses Clive's oxygen tank to hide underwater.



  1. Gardner, John (2012). Licence to Kill. Orion. ISBN 978-1409135760.

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