Just a month ago he celebrated his 85th birthday but Sir Roger Moore, star of seven James Bond movies between 1973 and 1985, shows no signs of slowing down.
He's been touring the country to promote his new book, Bond On Bond, which pays homage to 50 years of 007 as Skyfall becomes the most successful instalment in the longest-running film franchise in history.
Sir Roger has nothing but praise for the new movie, and considers Daniel Craig the best of the Bonds.
"Daniel Craig brings to Bond the killer instinct. He's quite sensational in the movie," says Sir Roger, in an interview to promote his new book.
"I saw a screening of it a couple of weeks ago. It not only guarantees another 50 years of Bond but probably 100. It's quite extraordinary."
He admits the movies have become much more gritty since he played Bond with a lot more tongue-in-cheek humour than his macho predecessor Sean Connery. »
- David Bentley
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