24 May 2017

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Rip James Bond Sir Roger Moore 007 Dies

Rip James Bond Sir Roger Moore 007 Dies

Sir Roger Moore, internationally famed English actor, star best known for playing James Bond and Simon Templar in The Saint TV series, has died at age 89 in Switzerland.

His family announced the news on Tuesday on Twitter saying: “he passed away today…after a short but brave battle with cancer.”

The veteran star, who died in Switzerland, will have a private funeral in Monaco in accordance with his wishes, his children said.

Cause of Death – Cancer

Below is the List of Moore’s Super hit Bond movies –

1-Live and Let Die (1973)
2-The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
3-The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
4-Moonraker (1979)
5-For Your Eyes Only (1981)
6-Octopussy (1983)
7-A View to a Kill (1985)

Roger George Moore was born on Oct. 14, 1927, in Stockwell, South London, the only child of George Alfred Moore, a London police officer who dabbled in amateur theater, and the former Lily Pope.

He became a UNICEF goodwill ambassador in 1991 and had been an active advocate for children’s causes. In 1999, he was honored by the British government with the title Commander of the British Empire.

In 1945, Moore was called up for national service and, after basic training, was recommended for the Intelligence Corps. “The only reason they commissioned me was I looked good in a uniform,” Moore joked of his military career.

He was drafted during the final year of World War II, serving as a second lieutenant in the Royal Army Service Corps. After the war he left for the United States in 1953.

The actor’s autobiography, “My Word Is My Bond,” was published in 2008; his other books include memoir “One Lucky Bastard” and “Bond on Bond.”

Mr. Moore married four times and was divorced three
He is survived by his sons, Geoffrey and Christian; a daughter, Deborah; and grandchildren.

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Sujatha Sathya May 29, 2017  

Oh didn't know that he had served in the army