Sean Connery filmography

Connery in 2008

Sir Sean Connery (25 August 1930 – 31 October 2020) was a Scottish actor and producer. He was the first actor to have portrayed the literary character James Bond in a theatrical film, starring in six EON Bond films between 1962 and 1971, then again in another Non-EON Bond film in 1983. He was also known for his roles as Jimmy Malone in The Untouchables (1987), for which he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, along with his portrayals of Mark Rutland in Marnie (1964), Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez in Highlander (1986), Henry Jones Sr. in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989), Captain Marko Aleksandrovich Ramius in The Hunt for Red October (1990), and Allan Quatermain in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003). Along with his Academy Award, Connery won two BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globes, and a Henrietta Award.

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1954 Lilacs in the Spring Unknown Uncredited[citation needed]
1957 No Road Back Spike
Hell Drivers Johnny Kates
Action of the Tiger Mike
Time Lock 2nd Welder
1958 Another Time, Another Place Mark Trevor
1959 Darby O'Gill and the Little People Michael McBride
Tarzan's Greatest Adventure O'Bannion
1961 On the Fiddle Pedlar Pascoe
The Frightened City Paddy Damion
1962 The Longest Day Pte. Flanagan
Dr. No James Bond
1963 From Russia with Love
1964 Goldfinger
Marnie Mark Rutland
Woman of Straw Anthony Richmond
1965 The Hill Joe Roberts
Thunderball James Bond
1966 Un monde nouveau Himself Cameo
A Fine Madness Samson Shillitoe
1967 You Only Live Twice James Bond
The Bowler and the Bunnet Himself Documentary; also director
1968 Shalako Shalako
1969 The Red Tent Roald Amundsen
1970 The Molly Maguires Jack Kehoe
1971 The Anderson Tapes Duke Anderson
Diamonds Are Forever James Bond
1972 España campo de golf Himself Short film
The Offence Detective Sergeant Johnson
1974 Zardoz Zed
Murder on the Orient Express Colonel Arbuthnot
Ransom Nils Tahlvik
1975 The Dream Factory Himself Documentary
The Wind and the Lion Mulai Ahmed er Raisuni
The Man Who Would Be King Daniel Dravot
1976 Robin and Marian Robin Hood
The Next Man Khalil Abdul-Muhsen
1977 A Bridge Too Far Maj. Gen. Roy Urquhart
1979 The First Great Train Robbery Edward Pierce
Meteor Dr Paul Bradley
Cuba Robert Dapes
1981 Outland Marshal William T. O'Niel
Time Bandits King Agamemnon
1982 G'olé! Narrator Documentary
Five Days One Summer Douglas Meredith
Wrong Is Right Patrick Hale
1983 Sean Connery's Edinburgh Himself Short documentary
Never Say Never Again James Bond
1984 Sword of the Valiant The Green Knight
1986 Highlander Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez
The Name of the Rose William of Baskerville
1987 The Untouchables Jim Malone
1988 The Presidio Lt. Col. Alan Caldwell
Memories of Me Himself Uncredited cameo[citation needed]
1989 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Henry Jones, Sr.
Family Business Jessie McMullen
1990 The Hunt for Red October Captain Marko Ramius
The Russia House Barley Blair
1991 Highlander II: The Quickening Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves King Richard the Lionheart Uncredited cameo[citation needed]
1992 Medicine Man Dr. Robert Campbell
1993 Rising Sun Capt. John Connor Also executive producer
1994 A Good Man in Africa Dr. Alex Murray
1995 Just Cause Paul Armstrong Also executive producer
First Knight King Arthur
1996 Dragonheart Draco Voice role[1]
The Rock John Patrick Mason Also executive producer
1998 The Avengers Sir August de Wynter
Playing by Heart Paul
1999 Entrapment Robert MacDougal Also producer
2000 Finding Forrester William Forrester Also producer
2003 The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Allan Quatermain Also executive producer
2012 Sir Billi Sir Billi Voice role
Also executive producer[2][1]
Ever to Excel Narrator Documentary[3][4]; final film

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1956 Dixon of Dock Green Joe Brasted Episode: Ladies of the Manor
The Condemned Performer Television film
Sailor of Fortune Achmed Episode: The Crescent and the Star
1957 The Jack Benny Program Porter Episode: Jack Hires Opera Singer in Rome
Blood Money Harlan McClintok Television film
BBC Sunday Night Theatre Mountain McClintok Episode: Requiem for a Heavyweight
ITV Television Playhouse Mat Burke Episode: Anna Christie
1958 Women in Love Johnnie Television film
Armchair Theatre Performer Episode: The Boy with Meat Axe
1959 The Magical World of Disney Michael MacBride Episode: I Captured the King of the Leprechauns
1959-60 ITV Play of the Week Various roles 4 episodes
1960 BBC Sunday Night Theatre Julien Episode: Colembe
An Age of Kings Harry Percy 5 episodes
Without the Grail Innes Corrie Television film
1961 Adventure Story Alexander Television film
Anna Karenina Alexis Vronsky Television film
Macbeth Macbeth Television film
1969 Male of the Species MacNeil Television film
BBC Sunday Night Theatre MacNeil MacNeil
2003 Freedom: A History of US John Muir Episode: Yearning to Breathe Free

Theatre

Year Title Role Notes
1998 Art Producer Royale Theatre, Broadway

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2005 James Bond 007: From Russia with Love James Bond Likeness and voice of James Bond

References

  1. ^ a b "Sean Connery". Behind The Voice Actors.
  2. ^ A. Fernandez, Jay (19 March 2012). "Sean Connery Animated Adventure 'Sir Billi' to Premiere at Sonoma Film Festival". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 22 April 2012.
  3. ^ "Sean Connery tells the story of St Andrews". news.st-andrews.ac.uk. 2012-05-12. Retrieved 2020-02-18.
  4. ^ Ever to Excel, retrieved 2020-02-18

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