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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


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