1973 - 1985 - He played the British secret agent James Bond in seven feature films, making him the longest serving James Bond to date.
2003 - STARS (sister charity to AF Association) celebrates its 10th year supporting those affected by unexplained loss of consciousness.
- Sir Roger suffers unexplained loss of consciousnesson stage in New York, due to an arrhythmia called bradycardia.
- Sir Roger is fitted with a pacemaker immediately following his diagnosis of bradycardia.
- In June, Roger Moore was awarded a Knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for his charity work, gaining him the title of Sir Roger Moore KBE
- Sir Roger becomes an official Patron of STARS, and supporter of our group of charities.
2004 - Sir Roger lends his support for the first Heart Rhythm Week (then called Arrhythmia Alliance Awareness Week – AAAW) and encourages the introduction of a new chapter into the National Service Framework on Coronary Heart Disease to include arrhythmias and sudden cardiac arrest.
2005 - Sir Roger launched STARS' most successful publication to date on syncope and unexplained loss of consciousness (blackouts): The Blackouts Checklist.
2007 - Sir Roger is honoured with a star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood
2008 - Sir Roger’s autobiography ‘My Word is My Bond’ is published - STARS & Founder Trudie Lobban MBE are thanked for the support and education they provide to all those who have suffered with syncope like Sir Roger.
2009 - Sir Roger joins Arrhythmia Alliance’s annual World Heart Rhythm Week, and records a short video on how to take your pulse - this has been viewed by millions of people during World Heart Rhythm Week annually and throughout the years – helping to raise awareness of arrhythmias and to ensure correct diagnosis.
2012 - Roger joins our ‘Take Fainting to Heart’ campaign, explaining the link between arrhythmias and fainting or falls.
2013 - STARS celebrates its 20th year, with Sir Roger personally wishing a happy birthday