|Sixth Officer Moody (from 1997 Film)|
|Full Name||James Paul Moody|
|Date of Birth||August 21st, 1887|
|Date of Death||April 15, 1912 (aged 24) Atlantic Ocean|
|Cause of Death||Died of Hypothermia or Drowned|
|Family||John Henry Moody (Father) and Evelyn Louis Lammin (Mother)|
He first appeared as the officer admitting steerage passengers Jack Dawson and Fabrizio De Rossi on board the ship only moments before it departed Southampton. He was later seen in the wheelhouse when Murdoch ordered him "All Ahead Full". Moody was also the officer who answered the call from the crow's nest, asking, "What do you see?" Fleet replied, "Iceberg, right ahead!"
After the collision, Moody was ordered to write the time of collision to ship's log. Later, he appeared in the chart room near Murdoch and later is going again in, when Bride told Smith about Carpathia. He is later takes over the order to firing of the rockets and tries to stop Caledon Hockley and Spicer Lovejoy from going through the bridge while trying to get through Lifeboat 2 only to be pushed to one side by Cal and his valet Lovejoy behind him. He was later seen with Murdoch, Wilde and crewmen as they attempt to fill Collapsible A. He was a witness to Murdoch's suicide. However, unlike Wilde, he does not try to intervene. As the water rushes up on to the last two boats he helped Wilde, who screamed for the crew to cut the falls on Collapsible A. He was last seen climbed on one of ship's cranes which lower boats.