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  • (1997) Music video: Spice Girls - "Too Much" (promo for Spice World).
  • (1993) Music video: Stakka Bo - "Livin' It Up".
  • He's been working for UNICEF since 1991.
  • (1997) Music video: Moby - "The Saint Theme" (dressed like the Saint, posting a letter).
  • (1986-87) Two Sidney Sheldon's audio books - "If Tomorrow Comes" (Newman/Dove, 1986) and "The Naked Face" (Newman/Dove, 1987).
  • (1997) Wrote foreword for Michael Sheard's autobiography "Yes, Mr. Bronson: Memoirs of a Bum Actor" (Summersdale Publishers).
  • In the mid-'60s he formed, with The Saint (1962) series producer, Robert S. Baker, a production company called Bamore Productions.
  • (1966) "Aladdin" and "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", soundbooks read by Roger Moore. Part of the series of soundbooks produced by KenMax Records Ltd. and released on Lantern label.
  • (1965) "Where Does Love Go" / "Tomorrow After Tomorrow", a 45" Single Play performed by Roger Moore and his then wife Luisa Mattioli.
  • Music video: Appeared in Duran Duran music video "A View to a Kill".
  • TV commercial for "Toyota Corona" in Japan between 1981 and 1983.
  • Modelled for magazine covers (with Audrey Hepburn) in 1948.
  • (2003) TV commercial with Prunella Scales for Tesco supermarkets (UK)
  • (2000) Narrates English-language audio tour of the Forbidden City - Beijing, China (still available).
  • Stage: Played The Mystery Guest Star in "The Play What I Wrote" by Hamish McColl, Sean Foley and Eddie Braben (Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 2003).
  • (1999) Wrote foreword for "Q: The Authorised Biography of Desmond Llewelyn" by Sandy Hernu (SB Publications).
  • Album: We Wish You a Merry Christmas [note-recordings by WB stars] / Warner Bros. W-1337; c. 1959.
  • Album: The King and I/Philips 438007-4; c. 1992.
  • (2000) TV commercial for Bank's.
  • (2008) TV commercial (voice-over) for WH Smith (UK).
  • (2009) TV commercial for the Post Office (UK).
  • (1988) TV commercial: "Lark" cigarettes (Japan, dir. Peter Smillie)
  • (February 2015) TV Commercial for swisscom with Melanie Winiger - Actor
  • (2012) TV PSA for a UNICEF water campaign
  • (2011) TV PSA for UNICEF Austria - Unite for Children
  • (2010) TV PSA for UNICEF Deutschland - "Ich bin dabei"
  • (2015) Narrates "The Princess and the Pea" in GivingTales - a children's app of fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen givingtales.com
  • (July 31, 2007) "Leslie Charteris: A Saintly Centennial", BBC4 special, hosted by Roger Moore
  • (24/25 Dec 2006) "Lew Grade: The Greatest of Them All", a BBC radio special, hosted by Roger Moore
  • (May 24, 2008) "The Bond Correspondence", a BBC4 special with Roger Moore as the voice of Ian Fleming
  • (1994) Reads Jack Higgins audio book - "Thunder Point" (Penguin).
  • (2008) Wrote foreword to volume 2 of "The Best of The Saint" omnibus published by Hodder.
  • (2006) Audiobook "Catching Life By The Throat: How to Read Poetry and Why. Poems from Eight Great Poets". Reads "If" by Rudyard Kipling.
  • (2014) Wrote foreword to Alec Mills' autobiography "Shooting 007 and Other Celluloid Adventures", published The History Press.
  • (2012) Wrote foreword to Eunice Gayson's autobiography "The First Lady of Bond", published by Signum Books.
  • (1983) Paper ads for Spectra Video.
  • (1968) Paper ads for 103 brandy (Spain).
  • (1973) Appeal on behalf of the Friends of Royal Earlswood Hospital for funds for a social centre for the mentally and physically handicapped residents, where voluntary workers help them to lead fuller and happier lives. (BBC Radio)
  • (1970) Appeal on behalf of the Royal London Prisoners' Aid Society. (BBC Radio)
  • (2007) Appeal on behalf of stars-the Blackouts Trust. (BBC Radio)
  • (2016) Featured character in "Borderliners - True Realities", a comic book written and drawn by Brian Gorman.
  • (1992) "Catherine the Great - Treasures of the Russian Imperial" - The Dallas Historical Society exhibition audio tour narrated by Roger Moore
  • (2016) Interviewee - "Joan Collins - A Life in Lipstick" (BBC Radio 2)
  • (2015) Digital single: "March of the Triffids" / "Vegetative Lovers" by Brian Pern (feat. Roger Moore)
  • (2012) Wrote foreword to Olly Smith's "Eat & Drink: Good Food That's Great to Drink With" (Headline).
  • (2009) Wrote foreword to Sheila C. Jakab's "My Name is Jakab, Master Jakab" (Book Guild Publishing Ltd.).
  • (2009) Wrote preface to Gareth Owen's "The Shepperton Story: The History of the World-Famous Film Studio" (The History Press).
  • (2007) Wrote foreword to Harry Myers, John Willis and Gareth Owen's "Pictures and Premieres" (Robert Hale Ltd.).
  • (2002) Wrote foreword to Richard Kiel's "Making It BIG in the Movies" (Reynolds & Hearn).
  • (2016) Wrote foreword to David Truesdale's and Allan Esler Smith's "Theirs is the Glory: Arnhem, Hurst and Conflict on Film" (Helion & Co.).
  • (1979) "Le Matin Tribune" photo ads, screened at cinemas (France).

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