The actor appeared in seven of the most memorable James Bond feature films from 1973 to 1985, beginning with “Live and Let Die” and finishing with the 1985 “A View To A Kill”
Remembering the legendary James Bond actor Roger Moore
The British actor Roger Moore was born 92 years ago today in London, England on October 14, 1927 . Moore’s most memorable role was as James Bond in the 007 movie series, he appeared in seven feature films from 1973 to 1985, beginning with “Live and Let Die” and finishing with the 1985 “A View To A Kill”. He’s regarded as the most memorable James Bond, with every single movie becoming a blockbuster worldwide. Before becoming James Bond, Moore played also a popular role, Simon Templar in the 1960’s British TV series “The Saint”, between 1962 and 1969. Roger Moore was also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003 for services to charity, receiving also a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007. In one of his last movies, “Boat Trip”, Moore surprised audiences by playing the role of a retired gay man in a boat trip, which was one of the best characters in the movie. The legendary Bond actor passed away in Switzerland at age 89 in 2017 from prostate cancer
Look back at Roger Moore in action as James Bond in a scene from the 1973 film “Live and Let Die”
Also look back at Roger Moore as Simon Templar in the popular 1960’s TV series “The Saint”
Watch a different Roger Moore playing a retired gay man in the 2003 movie “Boat Trip”
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