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Roger Moore

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Keywords: No Nudity, White, Brown Hair

Birthplace: London, England, GB

Date of Birth: 10/14/27

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Live and Let Die (1973) Sexy, sexy, shirtless, straight 00:50:55 Roger Moore shows off his sexy bod after getting it in with Dr. Quinn. (3 mins 41 secs)
Live and Let Die (1973) Sexy, sexy, shirtless 00:32:32 Roger Moore encounters a snake while shaving in the tub. Too bad it's not a one eyed snake! (38 secs)
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Biography

Roger Moore is the suave, sophisticated, English man that was the absolute perfect choice to be the third James Bond. He could have changed the number 007, to double-oh-so-sexy because we sure wanted to do some bonding with him! Appearing in seven Bond films, Roger served MI6 more times than any Bond before. But most fans wish he would service them instead. Roger that. But while most Bonds blow up after donning the tux and Walther PPK, Roger was already a megastar with tons of TV and film roles to his name. Originally from London, Roger made his film debut in the mid-40's, then stopped to serve in World War II. Before he replaced Sean Connery as Bond, he had already essentially replaced James Garner on the TV Western Maverick for two years, and starred as Simon Templar on The Saint for seven. But in 1973, he landed the role that would make him historically relevant; his first turn as Bond in Live and Let Die (1973). The film would bring us Roger shirtless and shaving in a bathtub. His face is covered in shaving cream, but many fans wouldn't mind a little of Roger's cream getting on them. We also see him shirtless on a beach with the first black Bond girl Gloria Hendry. Things quickly come to a close however when Roger pulls out a pistol. We wish he had pulled out his love gun instead! Still, that scene had us reaching for our gadgets! Other Moore led Bond movies include The Man With the Golden Gun (1974), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Moonraker (1979), Octopussy (1983) and A View to Kill (1985). Roger sure has looks to kill! What made Roger the best was his sense of humor, which is why he never took himself too seriously in his later career. Post-Bond he was in fun but silly movies like the Jean Claude Van Damme martial arts tournament flick The Quest (1996), Spice World (1997), Boat Trip (2002) and doing voice work in stuff like Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010). A sexy, suave and debonair English gent who is willing to be goofy for a laugh? We'd sure love to score with Roger Moore.