Tuesday 23 May 2017

Breaking New: James Bond Actor Dies At 89

A seven-time James Bond star, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away at the age of 89 following a short but brave battle with cancer. Moore died in Switzerland on Tuesday morning.

His close family issued a statement to Sky News, which reads as so: “It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father Sir Roger Moore has passed away in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer.”

Roger Moore made a foray into light-hearted comedy – namely Cannonball Run, The Muppet Show and 2002 romp Boat Trip – toward the end of his decorated career, the screen legend will be fondly remembered as the third actor to slip into the tuxedo as James Bond. Following that aforementioned debut with Live and Let Die, Moore would go on to headline a further six movies in the Bond franchise. It’s a 13-year tenure that came to close with the release of A View to a Kill in 1985, leading to the moment when Timothy Dalton picked up the torch in ’86.
Later in his career Sir Roger Moore became a Unicef Ambassador.

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