Sean Connery - Retired, Scottish actor

Sir Thomas Sean Connery is a retired, Scottish actor, producer. Connery was the first actor to portray the character James Bond, a keen footballer, won the Academy Award in 1988, met Michael Caine at a party and agreed to reprise Bond as an aging agent. Connery received a BAFTA Academy Fellowship Award in 1998, was married to actress Diane Cilento, is a keen supporter of Scottish Premiership football club Rangers F and was knighted by Elizabeth II in the 2000 New Year Honours in Edinburgh. Connery was discharged from the Navy on medical grounds, began bodybuilding at the age, insisted that Ken Adam and appeared in the film Time Bandits as Agamemnon. Fellow nominees included Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington. Joseph Connery was the illegitimate son of a pedlar. Elizabeth was employed as a cotton reeler in a jute factory. Highland parishes are in sparse detail with No trace.

Retired, Scottish actor, Producer, Keen supporter of Scottish Premiership football club Rangers F, First actor to portray the character James Bond, Keen footballer, Illegitimate son of a pedlar, Irish origin