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Sir Sean Connery
6' 2½" (1.89 m)
Did You Know?
It's funny, but the film buffs at UCLA are constantly dissecting Marnie
(1964) these days to see how it was done. When it was first released, there was a lot of criticism of Alfred Hitchcock
because he used a studio set for the dockside scene. But the backdrop looked just like the port of Bristol - if not Baltimore, where it's supposed to be at. I adored and enjoyed Hitchcock tremendously. He ...
, the creator of James Bond, originally did not like him being cast as Bond for Dr. No
(1962) because he felt that he was too "unrefined". The actor whom Fleming embodied Bond in Fleming's mind was 'Cary Grant (I)'. Fleming later changed his mind and admitted he was ideally cast in the role.
Often plays mentors in the latter half of his career