VIEW FROM THE MOON... RUGBY, BUSINESS, PANTO AND ODD SOCKS!
BY any standards, Rupert Moon has lived a pretty remarkable life.
Born and raised in the West Midlands, he became a favourite adopted rugby son of Wales, proudly wearing the three feathers on his chest 24 times.
Since hanging up his boots, the former scrum-half has worked on the commercial side for the Welsh Rugby Union and the Scarlets, as well as spearheading the game in North Wales.
Away from rugby, he’s featured extensively on TV and radio, while he’s recently tried his hand at panto as the Baron in Owen Money’s Buttons Undone.
Always a busy man, he’s on the board of a technology company, a trustee of the Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust and a patron of Tenovus, among other roles.
With such a varied career on and off the field, where do you begin?
WalesOnline readers posed the questions and Mr Moon provides the answers. Rupert Moon and Ieuan Evans with their famous chest bump celebration against the Wallabies