Roger Moore: Russell Crowe, Paul McCartney and other celebs pay tributes to 'the spy we loved'

Celebrities tweet out their condolences at the passing of famed James Bond actor Roger Moore.

FP Staff May 24, 2017 18:48:57 IST
Roger Moore: Russell Crowe, Paul McCartney and other celebs pay tributes to 'the spy we loved'

Roger Moore passed away on 23 May, 2017 after a short battle with cancer.

The actor cum philanthropist was just a few months short of turning 90 and was most famous for his role as the suave spy James Bond.

He was the oldest to play Bond, the longest serving Bond (twelve years and seven films) and although one would think of him as the perpetual second favourite Bond on everybody’s list, he was twice voted ‘Best Bond'

Celebrities world over have tweeted out their condolences at the loss of one of the most iconic movie stars.

Here is a look at some of their heartfelt messages 

 

Another iconic Bond — Pierce Brosnan put up a heartwarming Facebook post mourning the loss of one of the men he looked up to.

 

Also read: Roger Moore dead at 89: His James Bond films ranked, from best to worst

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