A James Bond fan has shared a heartwarming memory of when he met actor Roger Moore.Read the full story ›
"Nobody does it better", the current James Bond Daniel Craig said in a tribute to his predecessor.Read the full story ›
James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died at the age of 89, his children have announced.Read the full story ›
The Bond star paid tribute to Christina Knudsen after her death from cancer aged 47.Read the full story ›
James Bond actor Roger Moore has shared his sorrow after the death of screen veteran Patrick MacNee.
So very sad to hear Pat MacNee has left us. We were mates from 1950s and I have so many happy memories of working with him. A true gent.
Sir Roger Moore has shared his thoughts after the death of Christopher Lee.
Sir Christopher played Bond villain Francisco Scaramanga in The Man With The Golden Gun opposite Sir Roger's 007.
It's terribly when you lose an old friend, and Christopher Lee was one of my oldest. We first met in 1948.
Our thoughts are for Lady Lee, Christina and Juan
Sir Roger Moore, Paul Daniels and Miranda Hart are among those who have taken to Twitter to pay tribute to Sir Donald Siden.
Sad to wake up to news another mate has left us, Sir Donald Sinden. We worked on 'That Lucky Touch'. A wonderful actor. Awful week.
R.I.P. Sir Donald Sinden. A Great actor but more than that, a truly nice gentleman with a wonderful sense of humour.
Aaah sad. Another loss. Sir Donald Sinden. I like to think his beyond wonderful voice is dramatically booming around a heavenly realm.
British actor Roger Moore's signature Aston Martin from the hit 1970s action adventure series The Persuaders! has been sold at auction for a world record £533,000.
The 1970 Bahama Yellow DBS, which Moore's playboy character Lord Brett Sinclair drove on his adventures around Europe, was snapped up at Bonhams annual auction at the Aston Martin Works.
The sports car, specially modified for the series, was the star of the afternoon in Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire, fetching a world record for a DBS sold at auction, according to Bonhams.
Speaking at a memorial service for Michael Winner, Sir Michael Caine said he knew the director - who died in January this year - for 53 years.
The Italian Job actor said of meeting Winner the first time: "He was the kindest, nicest, most gentle person you could think of - and that is where I was completely wrong.
"He was the most miserable son-of-a-b**** once you got to know him, and I didn't understand why he did it.
"He was testing you, and he always tested people to see how far you would go before you disliked him.
"I said to him, 'Michael, you can go as far as you like with me. I will never dislike you. Do you understand that?'
"He said, 'Yes, I've got it'. And then he became my friend. And as many of you will not believe, he became a tender, gentle person with me all my life".
Cilla Black, Carol Vorderman and Sir Michael Parkinson were among the stars that honoured Michael Winner at a memorial service today.