Sir Sean Connery, the Scottish-born actor who rose to fame for his portrayal of James Bond and became one of the movies’ most popular and enduring international stars, has died.
According to BBC, his passing was made known by his family on Saturday October 31. He was 90. His acting career spanned decades and his many awards included an Oscar, two Bafta awards and three Golden Globes.
Sir Sean’s other films included The Hunt for Red October, The Wind and the Lion, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and The Rock.
He was largely regarded as being the best actor to have played 007 in the long-running franchise, often being named as the first to bring the role to the big screen and appearing in seven of the spy thrillers.
His Oscar came in 1988, when he was named best supporting actor for his role as an Irish cop in The Untouchables. The deceased actor who celebrated his birthday back in August was knighted by the Queen at Holyrood Palace in 2000.
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