Sir Roger Moore interviewed on BBC’s ‘The Art of Artists’

Russell Davies interview A-list legends of music, art, comedy and film. This week, Russell is in conversation with actor Sir Roger Moore.

Sir Roger Moore started work in the film industry in the 1950s when he signed a contract with MGM, working on movies alongside the likes of Glenn Ford, David Niven and Lana Turner. In 1962, he got his big breakthrough role as Simon Templar in the TV series “The Saint”. He is of course most well known however, for his role as British secret agent James Bond, taking over from Sean Connery in the 1973 film “Live and Let Die”. He continued to star in the James Bond franchise up until 1985, and has played the role more than any other actor.

He speaks to Russell about his art, alongside a soundtrack inspired by his career.



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