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Deborah Moore (Bond Girl)

By: Anders Frejdh
Deborah Moore Anders Frejdh
Ian Fleming's secretary in GOLDENEYE 1989, air hostess in DIE ANOTHER DAY and Roger Moore's daugher

The first time I met Deborah Moore, who one might think, really is the daughter of the famous Sir Roger, during the Bond Girls Are Forever at Pinewood Studios in July 2006.

Much like her father, Deborah is a kind and friendly person and it was a genuine delight and pleasure to finally meet her.

During her acting career, Deborah has done a scene with Pierce Brosnan for Die Another Day (2002) and appeared in a film based on the creator of James Bond, Ian Fleming (1908-1964). The film, Goldeneye - The secret life of Ian Fleming which was released in 1989.

Actors involved in Die Another Day featured on FSWL:
>Colin Salmon (Robinson)
>Halle Berry (Jinx)
>Ian Pirie (Creep)
>John Cleese (Q)
>Judi Dench (M)
>Madonna (Le Chiffre
>Michael G. Wilson (General Chandler)
>Oliver Skeete (Concierge)
>Pierce Brosnan (James Bond)
>Rachel Grant (Peaceful)
>Rick Yune (Zao)
>Rosamund Pike (Miranda Frost)
>Samantha Bond (Moneypenny)
>Toby Stephens (Gustav Graves)

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in August 2006



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