Sean Connery

Sean Connery

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Among European actors Sean Connery is unparalleled in his achievements. Having extended his career from theatrical successes through every genre of film, as James Bond he became the backbone of the most lucrative movie franchise in history. Born in an Edinburgh tenement, Sean Connery later served time as a milkman, cabinet polisher and art model. He turned to acting on a whim, and early onstage success in South Pacific translated into a TV and movie career. Taking his talents such as The Name of the Rose, The Hunt for Red October and The Rock. His role as Jimmy Malone in Brian De Palma's The Untouchables won him an Academy Award, which many saw as recongnition of a body of superlative screen creations over twenty more

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  • Random House (Digital)
  • Virgin Digital
  • United Kingdom
  • 0753547066
  • 9780753547069

About Michael Feeney Callan

Michael Feeney Callan was born and educated in Dublin, Ireland, and started publishing poetry in his teens. He won the Hennessy Literary Award for his short fiction and wrote the major RTE crime series The Burke Enigma. Subsequently he joined BBC Television Drama as a story editor and wrote for ITV's The Professionals. He has published a volume of poems, Fifty Fingers, several TV and original novels and a series of best-selling biographies, among them the acclaimed authorised biography of Robert Redford. A painter and filmmaker, he has also produced and directed documentaries on The Beach Boys and Luke Kelly of the more

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