MY CINEMATIC ROMANCE #21 – SEAN CONNERY (R.I.P 1930 – 2020)

RIP Sean Connery.

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MY CINEMATIC ROMANCE #21 – SEAN CONNERY (R.I.P 1930 – 2020)


“There’s one major difference between James Bond and me. He is able to sort out problems!” — Sean Connery



Sadly, the great Scottish actor, Sir Sean Connery passed away at the age of ninety on the 31st October 2020. Born in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh in 1930, Connery walked a fascinating and winding road to the path of famous film actor.

With working class and traveller roots, Connery was a milkman, artist’s model, bodybuilder, Naval seaman and talented footballer, who would earn acting experience in many stage roles from the early 1950’s onwards. In 1957, Connery began to get supporting roles in film and television. But, that same year, he landed his first leading role in BBC Television’s production of Requiem for a Heavyweight. He would also be cast in a prominent role in Cy Endfield’s brutal thriller, Hell Drivers

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5 Responses to MY CINEMATIC ROMANCE #21 – SEAN CONNERY (R.I.P 1930 – 2020)

  1. Thanks for the reblog!! Appreciate the support 🙂

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  2. moviefanman says:

    The only school girl crush of my Mom that stayed around even after she married my Dad, he was that dang charming and charismatic. We had a mini Connery tribute the day after he passed.

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