Sir Roger tribute to Jaws actor
Sir Roger Moore says he is "totally distraught" at the death of his James Bond co-star Richard Kiel who has died aged 74.
Kiel, who played steel-toothed villain Jaws in two James Bond films, appeared with Sir Roger on Radio 4's The Reunion only last week to talk about the films.
Sir Roger, 86, said: "I am totally distraught to learn of my dear friend Richard Kiel's passing. We were on a radio programme together just a week ago. Distraught.
" Can't take it in."
Kiel, who was 7ft 2in tall, died at a hospital in California.
He had a lengthy career in television and cinema but was best known as the cable-chomping henchman who tussled with Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.
His height was attributed to a hormonal condition called acromegaly.
He published an autobiography in 2002 titled Making It Big in the Movies.