Sir Roger Moore admits to fibbing in interviewsApril 22nd, 2009 - 5:48 pm ICT by ANI
London, Apr 22 (ANI): Brit actor Roger Moore has revealed that he has no intention of giving up his lifelong habit of telling lies in interviews.
The 81-year-old James Bond star, who is also the author of the autobiography, ‘My Word Is My Bond’, also admitted that at times it is quite difficult to remember what lies he has told.
“I’m Walter Mitty-ish,” the Daily Express quoted him as saying.
“I’ve lied all my life. The trouble is you have to remember what you’ve said,” he stated.
Moore further said that he has no regrets about refusing to talk about his three ex wives Doorn van Steyn, Dorothy Squires and Luisa Mattioli.
“Why would I say bad things?” Moore, currently married to Swedish-born Kristina Tholstrup, asked the Radio Times.
“They were lovely ladies who had bad taste in men.
“I’ve been exceedingly lucky. I behaved badly to a lot of wonderful people, often intentionally, and I apologise,” he added. (ANI)
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