Biography of Sean ConnerySean Connery is a British actor of Scottish descent. He is the first actor who has played James Bond in several movies. He has won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in The Untouchables. He is knighted and named after Sir.
His Childhood and YouthThomas Sean Connery was born in 1930 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Sean's parents were ordinary workers. His father worked as a lorry driver, and his mother was a cleaning woman. At the age of 13, Sean dropped out of school and worked as a milkman to help his parents to feed the family.
His Acting CareerSean Connery starred in his first Hollywood movie Lilacs in the Spring in 1955. Four years later, Another Time, Another Place was released. Lana Turner was the actor’s partner on the set. The actress was in a relationship with both Connery and possessive gangster Johnny Stompanato, who at the time of the shooting was in Los Angeles. He stormed onto the set and pointed a gun at Sean, but nothing happened.
In 2000, Sean Connery declined the role of Gandalf in the trilogy The Lord of the Rings, which was later played by Ian McKellen. He explained this by saying that he had never liked the fantasy.
Personal Life of Sean ConneryAccording to Zoomboola.com, in 1962, Sean Connery married Australian actress Diane Cilento, with whom he had lived for 11 years. In 1963, their son, Jason, was born. He also became a successful actor. Jason Connery is the most famous for his roles in the TV series Worlds Beyond and Doctor Who.
In recent years, Connery does not almost star due to health problems. In 1993, it was reported that the actor had throat cancer, and in 2009, the actor told about his heart failure. In the spring of 2013, the media reported that Sean was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.