Dashing, handsome and every inch the archetypal English gentleman, Roger Moore has starred in some of the most unforgettable films and celebrated television series of the last half century.Who could forget the smooth-talking adventurer Simon Templar in The Saint? Or that rakish playboy Lord Brett Sinclair from The Persuaders? Roger Moore reigns supreme as the most debonair 007 and reprized the role of James Bond over seven blockbusting films. He has never written his autobiography - until now.For the first time he shares his recollections of playing some of the world's most famous roles - and playing with some of the world's most legendary stars. He reminisces about his early days as a jobbing actor, and his first break, when he joined MGM studios. He talks of his family life, with memories of his childhood, as well as the happy and turbulent times of later years. He tells of his marriage and children and how he found love and contentment with his beautiful wife, Kristina.Punctuated throughout with personal anecdotes about such luminaries as David Niven, Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra, Gregory Peck, Michael Caine and Sean Connery, and memories from the heyday of Hollywood, this frank, funny and disarmingly charming autobiography is as attractive and diverting as the man himself.