He was portrayed by Neil Jackson.
Following Mr. White's escape and Craig Mitchell's death, MI6 forensically examines the Mitchell's personal wallet, where they found notes detailing Le Chiffre's money-laundering operation that Bond previously foiled.
With this information, Bond learns from a bank account that Greene has paid a man named Edmund Slate to murder Bolivian agent Camille Montes since she is trying to kill General Medrano (who is responsible for murdering her family and raping her mother and sister). Bond also learns that Slate is currently staying in room 325 of the Hotel Dessalines to await instructions to kill Montes.
With that in mind, Bond went to the Hotel Dessalines to intercept Slate, resulting a vicious brawl between the two. Eventually, the fight ends when Slate is stabbed in the neck with his own blade and in the leg with a scissors by Bond. As such, Bond watches as Slate succumbs to a slow but painful death.
Following the deaths of Greene and Medrano, Bond learned that Quantum was nothing more than a front run by Ernst Stavro Blofeld of SPECTRE, and that Slate, along with White, Greene and Medrano, were all pawns as part of Blofeld's true plot to wreak psychological pain on Bond.