Roger Moore Opened Up About The Disgusting Reason Why He Had To Quit James Bond

Roger Moore will always be remembered for his time as James Bond. And though he quit the role back in 1985 – after more than 10 years at the helm of the 007 franchise – it appears that he largely enjoyed his time on the spy films. But according to the man himself, there was nonetheless a “disgusting” reason why he quit.

For many people, Moore is fondly remembered as their favorite ever Bond. He was the third man to play 007 in the much-loved spy movies, after Sean Connery and the Australian actor George Lazenby. Lazenby starred in just one film, meaning that Connery was by far the tougher act to follow.

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