Icons from the world of cinema including Mia Farrow and Sir Roger Moore have paid tribute to Lord Richard Attenborough after his death.
Farrow, who starred with Lord Attenborough in 1964 film Guns at Batasi, described him as the "kindest man I have ever had the privilege of working with".
Richard Attenborough was the kindest man I have ever had the privilege of working with. A Prince. RIP 'Pa' - and thank you
Meanwhile, former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore said the departed actor and director was a "wonderful and talented man".
Greatly saddened to hear the great Richard Attenborough has left us. Such a wonderful and talented man.
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