Photographed here in 1968, Roger Moore and Italian actress Luisa Mattioli wed in 1969. They divorced in 1993.
Roger Moore and his wife Luisa Mattioli posed for a sweet photo after their wedding in 1969 in Caxton Hall in London.
Roger Moore took on the mantle of 007 for 1973’s “Live and Let Die” — starring alongside Gloria Hendry. He would become the longest-running James Bond.
1977’s “The Spy Who Loved Me,” which launched the James Bond series into super-blockbuster status, starred Roger Moore and Barbara Bach.
Roger Moore and Richard Kiel face off in an iconic scene from “The Spy Who Loved Me.”
Roger Moore and Lois Chiles shoot a scene for 1979’s outer space-set “Moonraker.”
“For Your Eyes Only” (1981) was the 12th film in the James Bond series, and the fifth to star Roger Moore as MI6 agent James Bond.
Moore starred in “For Your Eyes Only” in 1981.
1983’s “Octopussy” is one of the most popular Bond pics to date.
Roger Moore in all of his James Bond glory.
Roger Moore last appearance as James Bond came in 1985’s “A View to a Kill,” co-starring Fiona Fullerton.
Roger Moore and Elizabeth Taylor starred in the 1954 romantic drama “The Last Time I Saw Paris” — loosely based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s short story “Babylon Revisited.”
Roger Moore also toplined the 1959 film “Miracle” — directed by Irving Rapper and starring Carroll Baker.
Roger Moore appeared in the Italian adventure comedy “Romulus and the Sabines” in 1961.
Before Roger Moore became “The Saint,” he had a recurring role on the TV series “Maverick.”
Roger Moore starred in the TV spy thriller “The Saint,” which aired from 1962 to 1969.
Roger Moore posed with his “The Saint” co-stars in 1963. The show ran 118 episodes, transitioning from black-and-white to color during its run.
Roger Moore also starred in the 1970 thriller “The Man Who Haunted Himself.”
Roger Moore starred in one season of “The Persuaders” in 1971 — an action-adventure comedy series produced by ITC Entertainment.
“Ffolks” (1980) starred Roger Moore as an eccentric, anti-terrorism expert who volunteers his team to stop a group threatening to blow up two oil rigs.
In “The Cannonball Run” (1981), Roger Moore starred alongside Burt Reynolds as a man who underwent plastic surgery to look more like Roger Moore.
Roger Moore played another eccentric billionaire — the chief of a music label — in 1997’s Spice Girls movie “Spice World.”
Roger Moore and his family in 1973.
Roger Moore posed with his children Geoffrey, Deborah, and Christian following his 1999 Buckingham Palace investiture.
Roger Moore appeared on Britain’s “Loose Women” show in October of 2015.
Sir Roger Moore added his handprints outside London’s Odeon Leicester Square in 2008. Moore joined two fellow 007s, Sir Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan.
Roger Moore posed with his family (daughter Deborah, stepdaughter Christina, son Geoffrey, and wife Loulou) after being knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2003.