Knowledge Identifier: +Roger_Moore
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1927.
Countries: United Kingdom (46%), United States (18%), (14%)
Linked to: Battersea Grammar School, College of St Hild and St Bede, Conservative Party, Dr Challoner's Grammar School
Bill Strutton - In 1958 he scripted "Ivanhoe", which starred a young Roger Moore
Ivor Dean - With his lugubrious demeanour he was often cast as world-weary police officers or butlers, and indeed it is for the role of Chief Inspector Claud Eustace Teal in the 1960s series "The Saint", opposite Roger Moore, that he is best remembered
Leslie Charteris - However long-term success eluded Charteris' creation outside the literary arena until the 1962–1969 British-produced television series "The Saint" went into production with Roger Moore in the Simon Templar role
Moore said in an interview, during 1963, that he wanted to buy the rights of Leslie Charteris's character and the trademarks
It was only after Sean Connery had declared in 1966 that he would not play Bond any longer that Moore became aware that he might be a contender for the role
Veronica Carlson - She appeared in the "Randall and Hopkirk " episode "The Ghost Who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo" in 1969 and an episode of "The Saint" with Roger Moore and an episode of "Department S"
At one stage he lived in Westfield Road, Mill Hill within reach of the Elstree Studios and in the 1970s in Denham, Buckinghamshire, close to Pinewood Studios
Jacki Piper - Her film career began with an appearance with Roger Moore in the film The Man Who Haunted Himself in 1970
Harry Saltzman - As related by friend Roger Moore, Jaquie died while "The Spy Who Loved Me" was shooting, which places her death in late 1976 or early 1977
Lois Chiles - In 1978, she appeared in the film adaptation of Agatha Christie's "Death on the Nile" as the murder victim Linnet Ridgeway Doyle, and in 1979, she appeared in what is perhaps her most famous role, that of NASA astronaut, scientist and Bond girl Dr. Holly Goodhead opposite Roger Moore's James Bond in "Moonraker"
Stefanie Powers - Her role as stripper Dottie Del Mar in 1979's "Escape to Athena" with Roger Moore turned out to be Powers' last theatrical film to date
The Muppet Show - The last episode, in 1981, featured then-James Bond actor Roger Moore
A View to a Kill - Work had continued on other stages at Pinewood when Roger Moore rejoined the main unit there on 1 August 1984
Nancy Allen (actress) - In 1994, she re-teamed with "Strange Invaders" scribe Bill Condon to star as psychic Jessie Gallardo opposite Roger Moore in the movie of the week "The Man Who Wouldn't Die"
Moore is a lifelong supporter of the Conservative Party, and he publicly endorsed the party during the 2001 general election campaign
Moore has a pacemaker which was fitted in 2003 after he collapsed whilst on stage in New York
The Persuaders! - It was restored to a very high standard in recent years by the Aston Martin factory and is still in private ownership in the UK. Both Roger Moore and Tony Curtis have signed the underside of the lid of the car's luggage compartment, Moore at Pinewood Studios in May 2003 and Curtis at Cheltenham in October 2008
He was the voice of 'Santa' in the 2004 UNICEF cartoon "The Fly Who Loved Me"
The Saint (TV series) - The boxsets feature numerous extras including a series of audio commentaries recorded in 2004 with surviving members of the cast and crew, ranging from guest stars through to Roger Moore
On 11 October 2007, three days before he turned 80, Moore was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work on television and in film
A View to a Kill - In a December 2007 interview, Roger Moore remarked, "I was only about four hundred years too old for the part
Bryan Forbes - It was popularly believed that Roger Moore was their best man, but Newman denied this on the "Alan Titchmarsh Show" in 2011
Dorothy Squires - On Monday May 20 2013 a commemorative blue plaque was unveiled outside Aston House on New Road in Llanelli where Squires and her family took up residence in her fifteenth year: financed by Roger Moore, the plaque had been created 18 months previously, its unveiling attendant on the availability of a suitable personality to perform the ceremony
Dorothy Squires - On Monday May 20, 2013 a commemorative blue plaque was unveiled outside Aston House on New Road in Llanelli where Squires and her family took up residence in her fifteenth year: financed by Roger Moore, the plaque had been created 18 months previously, its unveiling attendant on the availability of a suitable personality to perform the ceremony
He was named one of GQ's 50 best dressed British men in 2015
Christina died after a battle with cancer on July 25, 2016, at the age of 47; Moore posted on Twitter that "We are heartbroken" and "We were all with her, surrounding her with love, at the end"
Moore's family announced his death in Switzerland, on 23 May 2017, from a brief battle with cancer