Sonja is a villainess henchwoman who works for the criminal syndicate known as KAOS.
Played by - Nancy Kovack (b 1935) Appears in -
TV series - Get Smart (USA 1965 - 70)
Episode - Series 4:16 The night they raided Knights (First broadcast on the NBC network on the 11th of January 1969).
In this spy spoof comedy TV series, Maxwell Smart, bumbling operative for CONTROL, and his partner Agent 99, fight against "KAOS - the international organization of evil". KAOS uses a redemption store for trading stamps as a way to distribute weapons, the latest being a new stereophonic gun - 2 barrels 1 trigger! During a budget crisis at CONTROL, Agent 99 gets a second job there and discovers what's going on.
Character and appearance -
Sonja is a typical ruthless KAOS agent. A beautiful fairly tall white blonde woman in her early 30s.
During the climactic fight, a gloating Sonja gets the drop on Smart and has her gun in his back. Agent 99, still strapped to the surf board she's been tied to by KAOS, comes up behind Sonja and crashes the board down onto the hapless KAOS agent's head, knocking down the stunned bad girl. Presumably she is arrested later with the other KAOS villains.
- Nancy Kovack appeared as the evil nurse Miss Flostone in the 1965 episode "The Brain-Killer Affair" for the TV series "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."
- Nancy Kovack appears as Rita Mitchell, a rich snobby actress in the 1965 episode "The Moving Finger" for the TV series "I Dream of Jeannie".
- Nancy Kovack appeared as Queenie, the Joker's henchwoman in the 1966 episodes "The Joker is Wild" and "Batman is Riled" for the TV series "Batman".
- Nancy Kovack appeared as Sonja, the KAOS agent in the 1969 episode "The Night They Raided Knights" in the TV series Get Smart.
- Nancy Kovack appeared as Clio Vanita in the 1969 two-part episode "Cousin Serena Strikes Again" for the TV series "Bewitched".
- Nancy Kovack appeared (with brunette hair) as Sheila Sommers, the ex-girlfriend of Darrin Stephens (Dick York) in two episodes of the TV series "Bewitched" from 1964-1968. As a blonde, she played other villainesses (perhaps being a perfect cast for the trope of the “evil blonde” https://allthetropes.org/wiki/Blondes_Are_Evil),