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Ambra Chiara Mia Moore (born December 30, 1998), known professionally as Ambra Moore, is a British actress and producer. She is the eldest daughter of Geoffrey Moore and the granddaughter of Sir Roger Moore. Ambra is making her acting and producing debut alongside her father in "And The Winner Isn't," scheduled to be released in December 2017 . The documentary titled "And The Winner Isn't",  is dedicated to her late grandfather. The satirical documentary is being produced by herself and her father Geoffrey. She has previously had experience in school theatre productions .
Featured talent in the documentary include J. J. Abrams, Alessandra Ambrosio, Sir Michael Caine, Lady Shakira Caine, Dame Joan Collins, Natalie Dormer, Cary Elwes, Jeff Fahey, Stephen Fry, Taylor Hill, Paris Hilton, Elsa Hosk, Danny Huston, George Lazenby, Jon Lovitz, Ewan McGregor, Gerard McMahon, Nigel Martinez, Sir Roger Moore, Lottie Moss, Liam Neeson, Jake Paul, Queen Latifah, Naya Rivera, Jane Seymour, Romee Strijd, Jessica Stroup, Jasmine Tookes, Lisa Vanderpump, Harvey Weinstein, Ryan Destiny, Chelsea Stone, Ed Asner, Ed Begley Jr., Eric Braeden, Bill McDonald, Peter Jones and Rachelle Carson.