Dink is a fictional masseuse of the hotel Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel. A minor character and Bond girl, she appeared brielfy in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger and was portrayed by British actress and model Margaret Nolan.
Dink massages James Bond at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel, at which he is staying, until his CIA friend Felix Leiter arrives, who comments that he knew he'd find Bond in good hands. Bond then introduces Leiter to his masseuse, then tells Dink to say goodbye to him because they are about to share some "Man talk." The spy then spanks her as she leaves. Later, when Bond is knocked out by Odd Job and returns to consciousness, he finds a woman's body painted in gold. Horrified, he immediately reports this to Felix by saying "the girl is dead". As Felix was last with Bond when he was with the masseuse, he first asked if the dead woman was Dink.
Behind the scenes
Margaret Nolan was also the girl who featured in the Goldfinger title sequence painted in gold, and had the credits projected onto her body.