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Geoffrey Moore (Son of Sir Roger)

By: Anders Frejdh
Geoffrey Moore Kristina Wayborn
Son of Sir Roger Moore who played James Bond in seven films from 1973 to 1985.

Delighted to have met Geoffrey Moore, the oldest son of Sir Roger Moore, at the after-premiere party for SPECTRE (2015) in London.

About Geoffrey Moore:

Geoffrey Moore first started working in the entertainment industry in 1973, when he appeared as a child actor in the film Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, a musical starring Kirk Douglas and Susan George. This was followed by Sherlock Holmes In New York in 1976, working alongside his father and John Huston. In total, he has worked on 14 films, and produced Roger Moore’s final movie, The Saint, for which he (together with American filmmaker William J. MacDonald) previously had acquired the intellectual property rights to.

As a musician, he secured his first record deal with EMI, working with Mike Rutherford of Genesis, and with Warner Brothers.

In 1999, he founded the popular restaurant chain, Hush of Mayfair. He appeared weekly on ITV’s morning television, and with Gordon Ramsey on his Hell’s Kitchen show.

In 2010, he worked alongside his brother Christian at TV7, one of the largest networks based in Eastern Europe.

In 2017 he wrote and produced the film And the Winner Isn’t, which was shortlisted for an Academy Award and features the album track ‘You and I’.

Photo above:
Geoffrey Moore with Swedish Bond girl Kristina Wayborn at the after-premiere party for SPECTRE at British Museum in London. © 2015 From Sweden with Love.

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in November 2015



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