Daniel Craig's fan dismissal
Daniel Craig - who is about to reprise his role as fictional spy James Bond in 'Quantum of Solace' - says female fans "don't have much relevance" to his life
Daniel Craig says female fans "don't have much relevance" to his life.
The actor - who reprises his role as James Bond in new movie 'Quantum of Solace' - enjoys the attention he receives from admirers but doesn't take it seriously.
He said: "I'm very touched by the attention I get from women. I have to have a sense of humour about it though, because on the one hand it's very nice and on the other hand it doesn't have much relevance to my life because I live with my girlfriend, Satsuki Mitchell."
Daniel also said the sex scene he shot with co-star Gemma Arterton, who plays Agent Fields in the movie, wasn't difficult because it is part of his job.
He added to Britain's Hello magazine: "I'm an actor and I have been an exhibitionist since as long as I can remember, so that makes it a bit easier. If I stopped to think about it, it would probably be very embarrassing. But it's what I do."