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Goodbye James Bond .. The international actor passed away at the age of 90

Goodbye James Bond .. The international actor passed away at the age of 90

  • 2020-11-01 12:07:30
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Goodbye James Bond .. The international actor passed away at the age of 90

The British Broadcasting Corporation announced the death of Scottish international actor Sean Connery at the age of 90. He is the first to introduce the James Bond character in the history of cinema for several years.
Connery won an Academy Award, two BAFTAs, 3 Golden Globe Awards and a Henrietta Award, and he also received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Kennedy Center in 1999. Queen Elizabeth II awarded him the Knight Medal in 2000. He was recently voted as the best James Bond player ever. , Where he starred in 7 films and the world director, Stephen Spielberg, Connery said about him, not like any other actor, he is a true legend and a star that will be immortalized in history.
He retired in 2006 at a ceremony held by the American Film Institute in 2006 to honor him with an award for his professional accomplishments. Connery declared that it was time to hang his hat, saying that he had retired permanently.
Before his death, Sean Connery decided, after reaching the age of ninety, to move to live with his wife in the Bahamas, devoted to the story of his life, which is scheduled to be written for him by Hunter Davis, who wrote the memoirs of US President Bill Clinton.
And about his beginnings, he spoke before, saying: We were very poor, as my father used to bring us only a few shillings a week and spent money on wine and gambling, which forced him to work in childhood in many professions, so he practiced weightlifting, football and bodybuilding and was passionate about reading, watching movies and playing an instrument In the theater district in London, before joining the Royal Navy to be a sailor for 3 years. The James Bond thriller series gave him early fame and decades-long success.
After the beginnings of theatrical and television and cinematic experiences since 1954, his talent was manifested, so he participated in the 1959 Disney fictional film Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959. The year in which he had his first comedic experiences in the movie "Tarzan's Great Adventure" Tarzan's Greatest Adventure, followed by the war film "Operation Snafu" 1961. Before taking his place among stars the size of John Wayne and Richard Burton, in the WWII epic, with the 1962 movie "Longest Day", which won two Oscars.
It was the same year that he surprised the audience with the character of James Bond - or (Agent 007) from the British Secret Intelligence, in the movie "Dr. No". No- which achieved tremendous success, followed by the films "From Russia with Love" in 1963, and "Goldfinger" in 1964, which made James Bond a global phenomenon, and Sean Connery a world star. Also.
Then he went into psychological thriller roles with director Alfred Hitchcock in the movie Marnie (1964).
Then he returned with two films from the James Bond series, "Thunder" (1965) and "You Only Live Twice" (1967), before presenting the sixth version of it 4 years later in the movie Diamonds Are (1971) Forever declaring this to be his final Bond movie.