Irma Bunt is the secondary antagonist in the 1969 James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service. She is the main henchwoman of Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
She was portrayed by the late Ilse Steppat.
A middle-aged woman with red hair, Irma lives in a clinic on Piz Golira with her boss. First introduced meeting Bond at a trainstation before transporting him to the clinic, she looks after girls who have allerigies, but she also has far more sinister plans, changing them into Ernst's henchwoman, a group dubbed the "Angels of Death". Bunt's main goal is keep any interaction between Bond (Disguised as Sir Hilary), and the girls unplentiful. In the book, Bond tricks her into beliving she is actually a duchess, but just subtly insults the woman in the movie.
Escaping Piz Gloria after he is discovered, Irma, along with her men, chases after Bond in a car. However, she fails to stop him and nearly escapes death after he car explodes in a stock car rally, Tracy tricking her to go through it as a distraction. Bunt and her helpers (Barring one unlucky one, who is in the blast radius when trying to escape.) make it out right as it blows up.
She is seen again at the end of the flim at Bond's wedding, shooting at him and Tracy through a car, killing the latter. Although Irma was the one using the weapon, Bond held the driver, Ernst, more responsible.