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He was in Drawing-Room Detective on TV and appeared in the films One Wild Oat (1951) and Honeymoon Deferred (1951).

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SIR Roger Moore has died aged 89, leaving behind his wife Kristina "Kiki" Tholstrup who he wed in 2002.

The James Bond star, who died today following a short battle with cancer, married four times and claimed he suffered domestic abuse as the hands his first two wives.

Other actors in the show included Clive Morton and Betty Ann Davies.

He had a small role in TV in A House in the Square (1949) then had uncredited parts in films including Paper Orchid (1949), Trottie True (1949) and The Interrupted Journey (1949).

At 18, shortly after the end of World War II, Moore was conscripted for national service.

On 21 September 1946, he was commissioned into the Royal Army Service Corps as a second lieutenant. Moore had some early uncredited appearances in Perfect Strangers (1945), Caesar and Cleopatra (1945), Gaiety George (1946) Piccadilly Incident (1946) and Trottie True (1949) appearing alongside an uncredited Christopher Lee (both actors cast by Brian Desmond Hurst as stage-door Johnnies).Squires was 13 years his senior and after their wedding in New York in 1953, they moved to the US to pursue their acting careers.However, there were tensions in their marriage due to the age difference and they moved back to the UK in 1963.“Next thing I know, it was like slow motion, I could feel the guitar coming out of my hands and I could see it up above my head and… The police came and they said, ' Madam, you're bleeding' and she said, ' It's my heart that's bleeding'." Squires found letters from Luisa to Roger and planned to include them in her autobiography but they won injunctions against their publication in 1977.She unsuccessfully sued him for loss of earnings but Moore paid her hospital bills after she underwent cancer treatment in 1996 and when she died in 1998.Luisa refused to grant him a divorce until they agreed on a £10million settlement in 2000.

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