Suave 007 Sir Roger Moore was terrified playing the super-spy.
In his new tell-all, Moore, 80, who starred in seven Bond flicks during the 70s and 80s recalled his near death experience in his first attempt at Bond.
"Bond had a big jet boat chase in Live and Let Die,’" Moore wrote in My Word is Bond.
"I did quite a few run-throughs to practice and whilst banking on one such run, the engine cut out. I had no steering! I therefore continued in a straight line — directly into a wooden boat house!"
He was violently launched from the speed boat into a wall, cracking both front teeth and wrenching his knee.
"There I was, as a fearless 007, hobbling on a cane to my boat and then pretending to be indestructible for the cameras.
"Who says I can’t act?"