Former James Bond star Roger Moore has published his memoirs. | Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images.
Roger Moore, arguably one of the more popular stars of the James Bond films, has come out with his autobiography. The 86-year-old ex-007 has written a memoir titled “One Lucky Bastard: Tales from Tinseltown.”
In the book, Moore recounts many stories about his long friendships with such famous folks as Frank Sinatra, David Niven, Peter O’Toole and Peter Sellers.
One of the more amusing bits is Moore’s anecdote about one of his former girlfriends, Joan Collins — but the story is not about them. Moore writes about a time when Collins was dating Arthur Loew, Jr., heir to the movie business fortune. Apparently Mr. Loew was getting tired of the “Dynasty” actress always running late. That led him to angrily tell her, “You are [f-ing] boring!”
In response, Collins — well-known for her quick wit — zinged back, “And you are a boring [ f-word].