The much-loved English actor, who made his name on the
small screen before taking on the mantle of 007, passed away at the age of 89 on 23 May this year. Sir Roger Moore, the epitome of the suave English gent, in a bespoke threepiece
suit, enjoyed an acting career spanning eight decades. Moore was best known for playing the third incarnation of James Bond, as well as his role in the hit show, The Saint. His first Bond film was Live and Let Die in 1973, he then went on to star in another six films as 007 over a period of 12 years, making him the
longest running actor in the role when he finally retired in 1985.