UKRAINIAN model Olga Kurylenko, who stars as the new Bond girl opposite Daniel Craig in "Quantum of Solace", is scared of heights, but she says she did herself proud by overcoming her fear and doing her own stunts. "I don't like heights and I am acrophobic. I had to do two scenes that were a little high up and that too being acrophobic. But I did them and that's one of the great things about this job (acting) and in particular working in a Bond movie. You get to do so many different things," Olga told IANS in an e-mail interview. Acrophobia is a pathological fear of heights. "I was so proud of myself when I did it (the stunts). It was a big thing for me and thereafter it was like 'wow, I did it' You feel such a sense of achievement," the actress added. Directed by Marc Foster, "Quantum of Solace" stars Daniel Craig, Gemma Arterton, Judi Dench, Mathieu Amalric, Jeffrey Wright and Giancarlo Giannini, apart from Kurylenko. The stunts were risky, but the actress does not regret doing any of them.  "I learned so many things. All the stunt guys and the armourers taught me how to fight, how to shoot, how to fly and how to strip a gun. Everything was so exciting and experience of a lifetime. At first it was exhausting because we would train for hours and hours each day but then it began to get a little easier and I really enjoyed it. I'll never forget it as this Bond movie also tended to get me away from my biggest fear (acrophobia)," she said.                                                                                           " TH