BERLIN, GERMANY - MAY 12: Sir Roger Moore at the 2nd Dinners Club GGH Haupstadt Cup at Van der Valk Hotel Berlin Brandenburg on May 12, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.
Appearing in Reading will be a first for me, though being a fan of the terrific football team and a friend of John Madejski I’m very familiar with the town. I just hope Reading aren’t playing the day I arrive as I might have to go and watch them and have my understudy take my part!
It was a lovely restaurant which was a bit exclusive in those days. She was sitting at one of the tables with Roger Moore and I was fascinated by her. I didn’t want to rubber neck but I couldn’t help myself
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Sir Roger Moore to make debut Edinburgh appearance
Sir Roger Moore today announced he will make his first stage appearance in Edinburgh later this year, as he took a cheeky pop at fellow James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery. Sir Roger, who stepped into the role made famous by Edinburgh’s greatest son in 197 5/24/13 from The Scotsman Read more »
An Evening with Roger Moore at The Hexagon
The name’s Moore, Roger Moore, and he’s giving a talk in Reading later this year. The world-famous film star, is bringing a new tour, An Evening with Roger Moore, to The Hexagon on November 2. Sir Roger said: “Appearing in Reading will be a first for me, from Get Reading Read more »
Retraction And Apology to Roger Moore
On September 18, 2012, The Inquisitr featured an article about Roger Moore which was based on an interview that Mr. Moore had allegedly given to The Daily Mail. Those statements were later found to be incorrect, and The Daily Mail printed the following r from The Inquisitr Read more »
Welcome Back . . . The Saint!
For those who haven't heard, The Saint is returning to television. The new actor to take on Simon Templer's halo is Adam Rayner, and, yes, Roger Moore is very much involved. The pilot has been shot, but broadcast details are still top secret. Stay tuned. from Seattle Post Intelligencer Read more »
‘She had a heck of a life': Ruth Madoc prepares to play Dorothy Squires on stage
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