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>> Celebrated place in the world.>> He won international fame playing the world's most famous secret agent. British actor Roger Moore has died in Switzerland after a short battle with cancer, aged 89. His family announcing the news on Twitter. Moore played the role of the British spy for 12 years, from 1973, making him a millionaire and a heartthrob the world over.
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He starred in seven of the Bond films in total, including The Spy Who Loved Me, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, and A View To A Kill.>> I am very, very grateful I managed to make seven of those, which I suppose seven is my lucky number and sadly, I had to retire from Bond because the girls were all getting too young.
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Or I was getting too old, I can’t remember which, but it looked rather disgusting, it was like Love in the Afternoon and there ain't nothing wrong with that.>> Roger Moore.>>
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>> In front of the London policemen, Moore once said that the upper crust image he portrayed both on and off the screen was a carefully nurtured cover for his shyness.
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He also said he was terrified of playing the sex scenes which were a key part of the movies, steeling himself before facing the cameras with a mixture of Valium and beer. But his children say that the role he was most proud of was that of Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations Children's Fund.
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UNICEF describing the actor as a passionate and a highly persuasive advocate for children.