Statement von Christian Schneider, Geschäftsführer von UNICEF Deutschland zum Tod des internationalen UNICEF-Botschafters Sir Roger. Roger Moore. Sir Roger Moore wurde mit seiner Rolle als britischer Geheimagent James Bond zum Weltstar. Fotoquelle: s_bukley / sad-eye-never-lie.com. Roger Moore war ein wahrer Star. in der Rolle des James Bond berühmt: Der britische Schauspieler Sir Roger Moore ist im Alter von 89 Jahren gestorben.
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There he looked after entertainers for the armed forces passing through Hamburg. Moore had some early uncredited appearances in Perfect Strangers , Caesar and Cleopatra both , Gaiety George , Piccadilly Incident both , and Trottie True appearing alongside an uncredited Christopher Lee both actors being cast by Brian Desmond Hurst as stage-door Johnnies.
In his book Last Man Standing: Tales from Tinseltown , Moore states that his first television appearance was on 27 March in The Governess by Patrick Hamilton , a live broadcast as usual in that era , in which he played the minor part of Bob Drew.
He had uncredited parts in films including Paper Orchid and The Interrupted Journey both He was in Drawing-Room Detective on TV and appeared in the films One Wild Oat and Honeymoon Deferred both In the early s Moore worked as a model,  appearing in print advertisements in the UK for knitwear earning him the nickname "The Big Knit"  and a wide range of other products such as toothpaste.
Moore travelled to the United States and began to work in television. He appeared in adaptations of Julius Caesar and Black Chiffon , and in two episodes of Robert Montgomery Presents , as well as the TV movie The Clay of Kings all In March , MGM signed Moore to a seven-year contract.
He appeared in Interrupted Melody , a biographical movie about opera singer Marjorie Lawrence 's recovery from polio, in which he was billed third under Glenn Ford and Eleanor Parker as Lawrence's brother Cyril.
In the film Diane , Moore was billed third again, this time under Lana Turner and Pedro Armendariz , in a 16th-century period piece set in France with Moore playing Prince Henri , the future king.
Moore was released from his MGM contract after two years following the film's critical and commercial failure. In his own words, "At MGM, RGM [Roger George Moore] was NBG [no bloody good].
Moore then freelanced for a time, appearing in episodes of Ford Star Jubilee , Lux Video Theatre and Matinee Theatre ' Moore's first success was playing the eponymous hero, Sir Wilfred of Ivanhoe, in the —59 series Ivanhoe , a loose adaptation of the romantic novel by Sir Walter Scott set in the 12th century during the era of Richard the Lionheart , delving into Ivanhoe's conflict with Prince John.
Shot mainly in England at Elstree Studios and Buckinghamshire , some of the show was also filmed in California owing to a partnership with Columbia Studios ' Screen Gems.
Aimed at younger audiences, the pilot was filmed in colour, a reflection of its comparatively high budget for a British children's adventure series of the period, but subsequent episodes were shot in black and white.
Moore suffered broken ribs and a battle-axe blow to his helmet while performing some of his own stunts filming a season of 39 half-hour episodes, and later reminisced, "I felt a complete Charlie riding around in all that armour and damned stupid plumed helmet.
I felt like a medieval fireman. After that, he spent a few years mainly doing one-shot parts in television series, including an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents in titled "The Avon Emeralds".
He signed another long-term contract to a studio, this time to Warner Bros. In , he took the lead role in The Miracle ,  a version of the play Das Mirakel for Warner Bros.
The part had been turned down by Dirk Bogarde. That same year, Moore was directed by Arthur Hiller in "The Angry Young Man", an episode of the television series The Third Man starring Michael Rennie as criminal mastermind Harry Lime, the role portrayed by Orson Welles in the film version.
The show ran for a single season of 37 hour-long episodes on Sunday nights. Though set in Skagway, Alaska , with a focus on the Klondike Gold Rush around , the series was filmed in the hot studio lot at Warner Bros.
Moore found the work highly taxing and his off-camera affair with Provine complicated matters even more. Sean Connery was flown over from Britain to test for the part, but turned it down.
Moore appeared as the character in 14 episodes after Garner had left the series at the end of the previous season, wearing some of Garner's costumes; while filming The Alaskans he had already recited much of Garner's dialogue, for the Klondike series frequently recycled Maverick scripts, changing only the names and locales.
Moore's debut as Beau Maverick occurred in the first episode of the —61 fourth season, " The Bundle From Britain ", one of four episodes in which he shared screen time with cousin Bart Jack Kelly.
Robert Altman wrote and directed "Bolt from the Blue", an episode featuring Will Hutchins as a frontier lawyer similar to his character in the series Sugarfoot , and "Red Dog" found Beau mixed up with vicious bank robbers Lee Van Cleef and John Carradine.
Kathleen Crowley was Moore's leading lady in two episodes "Bullet For the Teacher" and "Kiz" , and others included Mala Powers , Roxane Berard , Fay Spain , Merry Anders , Andra Martin , and Jeanne Cooper.
Upon leaving the series, Moore cited a decline in script quality since the Garner era as the key factor in his decision to depart; ratings for the show were also down.
Numerous early publicity stills of Kelly, Moore and Colbert posing together exist, however. Moore was still under contract with Warners, who cast him in The Sins of Rachel Cade , making love to a nun played by Angie Dickinson , and Gold of the Seven Saints , supporting Clint Walker.
He went to Italy to make Romulus and the Sabines Lew Grade cast Moore as Simon Templar in a new adaptation of The Saint , based on the novels by Leslie Charteris.
Moore said in an interview in that he wanted to buy the rights to Leslie Charteris's character and the trademarks. The television series was broadcast by ITV in the UK between and , and its overseas success made Moore a household name.
After the strong performance in the US of the first two series in first-run syndication, NBC picked up the show in By early , Moore had achieved international stardom.
Francis Blagburn in The Telegraph writes,. The raised eyebrow is perhaps the hardest facial gesture to perfect in the gentleman's arsenal.
Get it right and you give the impression of someone who is in total control; get it wrong and you look like, well, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and no one wants that.
Sir Roger wrote the book in how to raise an eyebrow The Saint ran from for six series and episodes. He made two films immediately after the series ended: Crossplot , a lightweight 'spy caper' movie, and the more challenging The Man Who Haunted Himself Directed by Basil Dearden , it gave Moore the opportunity to demonstrate greater versatility than the role of Simon Templar had allowed.
Many say my best role was in The Man Who Haunted Himself. Being a modest actor, I won't disagree.
Lew Grade lured Moore to star alongside Tony Curtis in The Persuaders! The show featured the adventures of two millionaire playboys across Europe.
Baker , the credited producer, ever had a contract other than a handshake with Lew Grade. Despite its focus on the UK and US markets, The Persuaders!
It did however place in the Top 20 most-viewed television series in the UK throughout Owing to his commitment to several television shows, in particular The Saint , Roger Moore was unavailable for the James Bond films for a considerable time.
His participation in The Saint was as actor, producer, and director, and he also became involved in developing the series The Persuaders!
In , he made a guest appearance as James Bond in the comedy series Mainly Millicent. No , nor did he feel that he had ever been considered.
Only after Sean Connery had declared in that he would not play Bond any longer did Moore become aware that he might be a contender for the role.
At that point, Moore was approached, and he accepted producer Albert Broccoli 's offer in August In his autobiography, Moore writes that he had to cut his hair and lose weight for the role.
Although he resented having to make those changes, he was finally cast as James Bond in Live and Let Die Moore then made Gold , based on a novel by Wilbur Smith for producer Michael Klinger and director Peter R.
Hunt who had an editing role in the first five Bond films and directed On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Moore made his second Bond film, The Man with the Golden Gun , which was a hit, though less successful than Live and Let Die.
It featured Christopher Lee as the main antagonist. Also appearing are Britt Ekland , Herve Villechaize , and Maud Adams. He then made a comedy That Lucky Touch which was a box office disaster.
Moore made an Italian-shot action film Street People , then went back to South Africa for another Klinger-Hunt movie from a Wilbur Smith novel, Shout at the Devil , which was successful in Britain, though less so in the US.
Lee Marvin was a main cast member. Ian Holm was also featured, as well as Barbara Parkins. Moore returned for a third outing as Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me , which was a massive box-office success.
It also starred Barbara Bach , and Richard Kiel in his first appearance as the villain, Jaws. It was a sizeable hit in Britain and Europe but, like Shout at the Devil , less so in the US.
Moore played the lead in Escape to Athena partly financed by Lew Grade. It was a heist adventure set in war-time Greece, and stars Telly Savalas and David Niven, and features mostly American character actors, including Elliott Gould , Stefanie Powers , Richard Roundtree , Sonny Bono , and Italian actress Claudia Cardinale.
Roger Moore with top billing plays a charming former Austrian antiquities dealer turned crooked camp commandant, asked to guard Greek antiquities desired by the Third Reich, and also guard the collection of archaeologists who are being forced to work to find and recover these objects, but he has other plans for the treasure he guards and for the people under his watch.
With the success of his fourth outing as Bond, Moonraker , Moore followed it with an action film North Sea Hijack where Moore played a very un-Bond-like hero, opposite Anthony Perkins.
The film was a box-office disappointment. Better received was The Sea Wolves , another World War Two adventure which reunited many of the crew from The Wild Geese including Euan Lloyd and McLaglen.
It was based on the true story of a March event in British India and Portuguese Goa, in which a group of retired members of the Calcutta Light Horse , coloneled by David Niven's character, assist regular British Army operatives, played by Moore and Gregory Peck , in destroying German ships in neutral Mormugao harbor, all the time surrounded by German spies and Indian nationalist intrigue.
Trevor Howard , Patrick Macnee , and Barbara Kellerman also co-star, with a who's who lineup of British character actors. Moore was in two all-star comedies: Sunday Lovers , which flopped at the box office, and The Cannonball Run , which was a hit.
Along with his famous Bond role, Moore was also known for TV series The Persuaders and The Saint. Sir Roger was also well known for his humanitarian work - he was introduced to Unicef by the late Audrey Hepburn and was appointed as a goodwill ambassador in Russell Crowe led the tributes to the actor on Twitter, writing simply: "Roger Moore, loved him.
Michael Ball said : "My dearest uncle Roger has passed on. What a sad, sad day this is. He was the king of cool. Duran Duran, who sang the Bond theme song for A View To A Kill, simply tweeted: RIP Roger.
In a statement, fellow Unicef ambassador and actor Ewan McGregor said: "Thank you, Roger, for having championed so tirelessly the rights of all children for the last 26 years.
Frank Gardner, the BBC's security correspondent, recalled how he and Sir Roger had become good friends in recent years. We had lunch together only a few months ago and even after all these years he seemed surprised that his career had been as successful as it evidently was.
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