Sean Connery - MovieMonday.com
Sean Connery exploded on screen as James Bond in "Dr. No" in 1963, and was a major screen presence ever after.
At the height of his fame, Sean Connery left the Bond series, establishing a very successful new career with a diverse series of hits, including: "The Man who Would be King," "Outland," "The Name of the Rose," "The Rock," "Goldfinger," "The Hunt for Red October," and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade." Sean's defining role would be as James Bond in the classic "From Russia with Love."
Sean Connery won a Best Supporting award for his performance in "The Untouchables."
Sir Sean Connery's recent credits include "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen ." More