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Mildly intrigued by acting, Connery joined the singing-sailor chorus of the London roduction of South Pacific in 1951, which whetted his appetite for stage work. Connery worked for a while in Repertory Theater, then moved to television, where he scored a success in the BBC's re-staging of the American teledrama Requiem for a Heavyweight. The actor moved on to films, playing bit parts (he'd been an extra in the 1954 Anna Neagle musical Lilacs in the Spring) and working up to supporting roles. Connery's first important movie role was as Lana Turner's romantic interest in Another Time, Another Place -- although he was killed off 15 minutes into the picture.

After several more years in increasingly larger film and TV roles, Connery was cast as James Bond in 1962's Dr. No; he was far from the first choice, but the producers were impressed by Connery's refusal to kowtow to them when he came in to read for the part. The actor played the secret agent again in From Russia With Love, but it wasn't until the third Bond picture, Goldfinger, that both Connery and his secret-agent alter ego became a major box-office attraction. While the money steadily improved, Connery was already weary of Bond at the time of the fourth 007 flick Thunderball. He tried to prove to audiences and critics that there was more to his talents than James Bond by playing a villain in Woman of Straw, an enigmatic Hitchcock hero in Marnie, a cockney POW in The Hill, and a loony Greenwich Village poet in A Fine Madness. Despite the excellence of his characterizations, audiences preferred the Bond films, while critics always qualified their comments with references to the secret agent. With You Only Live Twice, Connery swore he was through with James Bond; with Diamonds Are Forever, he really meant what he said. Though he was right that time and he did not play James Bond again, he was the first Bond and probably the most famous. In 1981, Connery briefly returned to the Bond fold with Never Say Never Again, but his difficulties with the production staff turned what should have been a fond throwback to his salad days into a nightmarish experience for the actor. At this point, he hardly needed Bond to sustain his career, and Connery has done many movies sence then and he is still making more.

  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) 
  • Finding Forrester (2000) 
  • Entrapment (1999) 
  • Playing By Heart (1999) 
  • The Avengers (1998) 
  • Dragonheart (1996) 
  • The Rock (1996) 
  • First Knight (1995) 
  • Just Cause (1995) 
  • A Good Man in Africa (1994) 
  • Rising Sun (1993) 
  • Medicine Man (1992) 
  • Highlander 2: The Quickening (1991) 
  • The Russia House (1991) 
  • The Hunt for Red October (1990) 
  • Family Business (1989) 
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) 
  • The Presidio (1988) 
  • The Untouchables (1987) 
  • Highlander (1986) 
  • The Name of the Rose (1986) 
  • Sword of the Valiant (1984) 
  • Never Say Never Again (1983) 
  • Five Days One Summer (1982) 
  • Time Bandits (1982) 
  • Outland (1981) 
  • Wrong Is Right (1981) 
  • Cuba (1979) 
  • The Great Train Robbery (1979) 
  • Meteor (1979) 
  • A Bridge Too Far (1977) 
  • The Next Man (1976) 
  • Robin and Marian (1976) 
  • The Man Who Would Be King (1975) 
  • The Wind and the Lion (1975) 
  • Murder on the Orient Express (1974) 
  • The Terrorists (1974) 
  • Zardoz (1974) 
  • The Offence (1973) 
  • The Anderson Tapes (1972) 
  • Diamonds Are Forever (1971) 
  • The Molly Maguires (1970) 
  • The Red Tent (1969) 
  • Shalako (1968) 
  • You Only Live Twice (1967) 
  • A Fine Madness (1966) 
  • The Hill (1965) 
  • Thunderball (1965) 
  • Goldfinger (1964) 
  • Marnie (1964) 
  • From Russia with Love (1963) 
  • Dr. No (1962) 
  • The Frightened City (1962) 
  • The Longest Day (1962) 
  • On the Fiddle (1961) 
  • Hard Drivers (1960) 
  • Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959) 
  • Another Time, Another Place (1958) 
  • A Night to Remember (1957) 
  • Time Lock (1957) 
  • Lilacs in the Spring (1954) 
  • Golden Earrings (1947)

Next Movie(s)

End Game
Starring:  Sean Connery
Release Date: Unknown; that will depend upon when production eventually gets started
An old-school CIA agent (Connery) is part of a team working to uncover an illegal weapons smuggling ring, but soon finds that he's been framed in the conspiracy as the fall guy, and must team up with a younger spy to uncover the conspiracy and clear his name.

Indiana Jones 4
Starring: Harrison Ford, Sean Connery
Release Date: July 1st, 2005
No one knows the premise of this movie, but I will tell you when I find out.

Sean Connery