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Roger Moore, the suave, insouciant star of seven James Bond films, has died in Switzerland.The actor, who came to the role in 1973, had already enjoyed a long and mixed career in films and television.He was remembered warmly by fans of the popular '60s-era U.S. TV series "Maverick" as Beauregarde Maverick, the English cousin of the Wild West's Maverick brothers, Bret and Bart. He also starred in the 1959 U.S. series "The Alaskans". While the Bond of the Ian Fleming novels was generally described as being in his 30s, Moore would stay with the role until he was 57 .He continued to work regularly in films after handing over Bond to Timothy Dalton, but never with the same success.His post-Bond films included such forgettable efforts as "The Quest" with Jean-Claude Van Damme.In 1991, Moore became a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF, having been introduced to the role by the late actress Audrey Hepburn.
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