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Connery

Sir Sean, real name Thomas Connery. born 1929, Scottish film actor, who played James Bond in such films as Goldfinger (1964). His later films include The Name of the Rose (1986), Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), and Finding Forrester (2000)
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Connery appeared to lose consciousness during a game in the swimming pool, where she was trying to balance on a bridge while housemates threw sponges at her.
The auction house's Natalie Downing said: "Bond is probably the most successful film franchise of all time and memorabilia from the earliest films starring Sean Connery is particularly sought after.
When "People Magazine" proclaimed Sean Connery a sex symbol in 1989, his career was already tapering down.
Acclaimed director and producer Alvin Rakoff gave Connery his big acting break in the 1950s as washed-up boxer Harlan McClintock in BBC drama Requiem for a Heavyweight.
Connery's latest book, Journalism and Realism: Rendering American Life, is an excellent reminder that we can learn much from studying cultural practices to better understand how emerging storytelling forms are evolving and changing the media landscape today.
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In college, Connery wrestled for Central Connecticut State University, a Division 1 school, and after transferring to Norwich University, he twice won All-New England Wrestler honors.
Connery, who always treated Bond as an irritating embarrassment, rather than his big break.
Connery is a keen backer of the pro-independence Scottish National Party of First Minister Alex Salmond, while Moore is often cited as the epitome of Englishness.
Daredevil stuntman Gary Connery has become the first person to fall 2,400 feet and land safely without using a parachute.