Get Well soon, Roger!

Actor Roger Moore Collapses on Stage in New York
LONDON (Reuters) – British actor Roger Moore, 75, who starred as secret agent James Bond in the 1970s and 80s, collapsed on stage in New York and was being treated in hospital on Thursday, his agent said.
‘I can confirm he collapsed during a performance of a play, but I have no more information as to his condition,’ his London agent told Reuters. British media reported that Moore was being treated in a Manhattan hospital with respiratory problems after collapsing on Wednesday during a performance of ‘The Play What I Wrote,’ in which he had a minor role.
He was reported to be in stable condition.
London-born Moore took over the role of 007 agent James Bond from Sean Connery in the 1973 film ‘Live and Let Die’ after shooting to international fame in the 1960s on television as ‘The Saint.’
Moore went on to star in another six Bond films — his final appearance was in 1985’s ‘A View to a Kill’ — and always played the secret agent with a heavy touch of humor.
He became an ambassador for the United Nations Children’s Fund in 1991 but continued performing, more recently presenting television programs.