Gabor is the secondary antagonist of the 1999 James Bond film The World is Not Enough. He is Elektra King's personal and loyal bodyguard involved in her and Renard's plot to destroy Istanbul and monopolize the world's oil market for profit.
He was portrayed by John Seru.
Gabor has been with Elektra ever since she seemingly escaped her kidnapping by Renard. He was first seen accompanying her in Azerbaijan for discussion of her new oil pipeline. He also accompanied her and James Bond to Valentin Zukovsky's casino, where Elektra lost a game to Zukovsky.
Gabor is also present when M visits Baku and is informed about Renard's plan to blow up Elektra's oil refinery. At the command center, after Bond is presumed killed in the attempt to prevent the attack, Elektra reveals her true colors by getting Gabor and another henchman to shoot down M's cohorts and holding M hostage, as Elektra holds a bitter grudge against M for influencing her father for not paying the ransom to Renard.
Upon hearing from Mr. Bullion that Bond and Zukovsky are still alive, Elektra arranges for Bullion to blow up Zukovsky's safe house to kill Zukovsky and his associates, thus allowing himself and Gabor to capture Bond and Christmas Jones before delivering them to Elektra's island.
Fortunately for Bond and Jones, Zukovsky survives the bombing and leads an assault on the tower before being shot to death by Elektra. Zukovsky uses the last of his energy to free Bond, who then shoots Gabor to death. Elektra would later suffer Gabor's fate after being shot by Bond for her refusal to call off the plot.