Biography: Sean Connery
Yes avid readers, it’s once again time for The Gentleman to examine the life and times of a particular gentleman. The gentleman in question today is none other than Sean Connery. And the question that Sean Connery is in is ‘who is Sean Connery?’. Read on for the answer.
Thomas Sean Connery was born on August 25th 1930 to Euphemia and Joseph Connery of Fountainbridge Edinburgh.
Connery’s first job was as a milkman but after impregnating his entire route the young Connery thought he should give his loins a rest and join the Navy (little did he know that loin work is pretty much all sailors do, the dirty blighters).
After his stint in the Navy, Connery had numerous jobs (including bodybuilding) until he found his calling as an actor. His big breakthrough came when he was cast as James Bond in the 1962 film Dr. No.
After impregnating all his co-stars during his time as James Bond he thought he would give his loins a rest and start playing hardened ex-cons and jewel thieves in a variety of films (little did he know that his loins would still get worked out thanks to Catherine Zeta Jones and Kim Basinger)
Connery’s greatest post-Bond role came in the form of Indiana Jones’ father Henry. During the role he got to bed a Nazi spy, and also he had to bed her on film as well.
Now Connery lives in a castle in the Scottish Highlands where he wrestles sea monsters and plays golf with clubs he carves from their bones.
So there you have it.