Today is international James Bond Day and Sir Roger Moore’s son and granddaughter – Geoffrey and Ambra – have released a brilliantly catchy charity single, ‘U.N.I.’ (You & I) to celebrate the late actor’s charitable legacy.
The glamorous pair have gathered together a veritable army of famous faces, ranging from Sir Michael Caine and Liam Neeson to Piers Morgan and Paris Hilton as well as 007 alumni including George Lazenby, Leslie Bricusse and Joanna Lumley to lyp synch the song’s lyrics in a gloriously showbizzy video.
Lumley explained: “This project was so much fun to be part of. It’s great to be featured alongside so many others and I hope our involvement can help take this brilliant idea to a global audience, so we can raise money and awareness for a great cause and honour a great friend.”
Sir Roger Moore made more Bond films than any other actor, from Live & Let Die in 1973 to A View To A Kill in 1985 and is widely regarded as the best-loved actor in the role.
He also starred in the television series The Saint and The Persuaders and blockbuster action movies such as The Wild Geese and North Sea Hijack. He largely forewent his acting career in the last two decades of his life to work as a global roving ambassador for UNICEF, a role he was brought in for by Audrey Hepburn.
Moore’s huge passion for UNICEF inspired his family to give something back, much in keeping with the late actor’s ethos. The single costs £1 to download with 30p donated to UNICEF.
What better way to celebrate everyone’s favourite Bond than support the great charity work his family are continuing.
visit www.uni-song.com to stream the video and download the single.