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He wrote: 'It is indeed with a heavy heart that I hear the news of your passing this morning.'You were a magnificent James Bond and one that lead the way for me, the world will miss you and your unique sense of humour for years to come.' Michael Caine also emotional tribute to his long-standing friend, claiming he had lost one of his closest friends and his 'world will never be the same again.' Sir Roger's family paid tribute to his campaign work, saying he considered the time with UNICEF to be his 'greatest achievement'.
The statement said: 'It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer.'The love with which he has surrounded in his final days was so great it cannot be quantified in words alone.'The star's family - including his children Deborah, Geoffrey and Cristian - revealed his funeral will take place in Monaco, where he lived with fourth wife Kristina Tholstrup.
The film franchise's official social media account posted a picture of Sir Roger and current incumbent Craig as they both wore tuxedos.
In an apparent reference to the theme of Sir Roger's The Spy Who Loved Me, Craig wrote: 'Nobody Does It Better - love Daniel.'And the original big screen 007 Sir Sean was also full of praise for his successor, saying he will miss Sir Roger, with whom he enjoyed a long friendship 'filled with jokes and laughter'.
At first, I thought Daniel may have come in with his gay friend to check out the live music.
Daniel Wroughton Craig was born on March 2, 1968, in Chester, England.
Rachel is starting to believe that Daniel is more in love with James Bond than he is with her.
Dear Sir Roger Moore, It is indeed with a heavy heart that I hear the news of your passing this morning.
You were a big part of my life, from The Saint to James Bond..
The serial drama enjoyed great critical reception and won several major awards in the year following its broadcast, including two British Academy Television Awards, two Royal Television Society Awards and four Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
Another important role came in 1998 with the film , a biopic about the artist Francis Bacon (played by Derek Jacobi).