Dr. Vogel is a minor antagonist in the rebooted James Bond series, serving as a supporting antagonist in the 2015 film Spectre. She will return in it 2020 sequel, No Time to Die. Vogel is a council member of SPECTRE serving for Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
She is portrayed by Brigitte Millar.
Vogel was only seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome, where she hears of Moreau's reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia as part of Blofeld's plot to take control of the world's intelligence systems through Max Denbigh's Nine-Eyes program. After Moreau finishes his report, Vogel delivers her report of human trafficking and prostitution by saying that her division placed 160,000 migrated females into the leisure sector and that the completion of the Global Surveillance initiative means that their capaability is second to none. She claims that now is the time for aggressive expansion.
After Vogel finishes her report, Moreau announces to anyone who would like to fill in for the late Marco Sciarra to kill Mr. White after the failed mission in Mexico, to which Guerra offers to take over. Blofeld then asks if anyone else wants to take over the mission, to which Mr. Hinx arrives on cue.
Vogel then watches as Hinx kills Guerra to ensure that he would do the job pretty well of tracking down Mr. White. Eventually, Blofeld detects James Bond's presence and exposes him, forcing a nervous Bond to escape after killing Lorenzo.
It is unknown what happened to Vogel and the other council members following Blofeld's arrest at the end of the film, though it can be implied that they are still at large.