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Sean Bean

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Sean Bean

English actor of stage and screen add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1959.

Countries: United Kingdom (44%), United States (29%), Germany (4%)

Main connections: Sheffield United F.C., Orlando Bloom, Melanie Hill

Linked to: Sheffield United F.C., Rotherham College of Arts and Technology, Royal Shakespeare Company, Sharpe's Company




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Sean Bean was born in 1959 add something


In 1975, Bean left Brook Comprehensive School with two O Levels in Art and English add something


During the late 1980s and early 1990s, he became an established actor on British television add something


After some college plays and one at Rotherham Civic Theatre, he applied for and received a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art , starting a seven term course in January 1981 add something


He married his secondary school sweetheart Debra James on 11 April 1981 add something


He made his professional acting début in 1983 at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury, Berkshire, Berkshire as Tybalt in "Romeo and Juliet" add something


Between 1986 and 1988 he was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company appearing in productions of "Romeo and Juliet", "The Fair Maid of the West", and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" add something


He appeared in his first film in 1986 when he played Ranuccio Tomassoni in Derek Jarman's film "Caravaggio add something


Niamh Cusack - Cusack starred opposite Sean Bean in the 1986 RSC production of "Romeo and Juliet"


The couple's first daughter, Lorna, was born in October 1987; their second, Molly, was born in September 1991 add something


" He reunited with the director on "War Requiem" in 1988, which starred Laurence Olivier add something


In 1989 he starred as the evil Dominic O'Brien in Catherine Cookson's "The Fifteen Streets" where he gained a dedicated following add something


In 1990, Bean co-starred with Richard Harris in Jim Sheridan's adaption of the John B. Keane play, "The Field"; in 1990, his role as the journalist Anton in "Windprints" examined the difficult problems of apartheid in South Africa add something


He met actress Melanie Hill at RADA, and they married on 27 February 1990 add something


Melanie Hill - Hill married English actor Sean Bean in February 1990


His first notable Hollywood appearance was that of an Irish republican terrorist in the 1992 film adaptation of "Patriot Games"; in a fight scene, Harrison Ford hit him with a boat hook, giving him a permanent scar add something


It ran from 1993 to 1997, with three episodes produced each year add something


Joely Richardson - In 1993, Richardson appeared in BBC's "Lady Chatterley" opposite Sean Bean


In the 1995 film "GoldenEye" he was James Bond's nemesis, Alec Trevelyan ; he played the weak-stomached Spence in "Ronin" ; a wife-beating ex-con in "Essex Boys" ; the malevolent kidnapper-jewel thief in "Don't Say a Word" add something


In 1996 he appeared in what became a famous Sky Sports commercial for the Premier League and, that year, he combined his love of football with his career, to finally achieve his childhood dream of playing for Sheffield United, albeit as Jimmy Muir in the film "When Saturday Comes" add something


Sheffield United F.C. - The 1996 film "When Saturday Comes" stars Sean Bean as a part-time Hallam FC player who is scouted by Sheffield United, who goes on to play in a FA Cup semi-final


In his home city of Sheffield, he received an honorary doctorate from Sheffield Hallam University in 1997 and a second doctorate, a Doctor of Letters in English Literature from the University of Sheffield in July 2007 add something


Bean and Hill's marriage ended in divorce in August 1997 add something


During the filming of "Sharpe", Bean met actress Abigail Cruttenden, and they married on 22 November 1997 add something


Their daughter, Evie Natasha, was born in November 1998 add something


Ronin (film) - "'Ronin"' is a 1998 American spy thriller action film directed by John Frankenheimer and starring Robert De Niro, Jean Reno, Natascha McElhone, Stellan Skarsgård, Sean Bean, and Jonathan Pryce


In 1999's "Extremely Dangerous", his character walked a fine line between villain and hero, reminiscent of the 1960s American TV series, "The Fugitive" add something


Bean and Cruttenden divorced in July 2000 add something


He opened their hall of fame in 2001 and, after making a six figure contribution to the clubs finances, was on their board of directors between 2002 and 2007 to help raise the profile of the club add something


Elijah Wood - His most hotly anticipated project, the 2001 film gave Wood top billing as Baggins, alongside a cast that included Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Orlando Bloom, Cate Blanchett, Christopher Lee, Sean Bean, Sean_Astin, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Viggo Mortensen, and John Rhys-Davies


He became a repentant, poetry-reading Grammaton cleric who succumbs to his emotions in 2002's "Equilibrium"; a quirky alien cowboy in 2003's "The Big Empty", and a sympathetic and cunning Odysseus in the 2004 film "Troy" add something


He cameoed with other Hollywood stars in Moby's music video "We Are All Made of Stars" in February 2002 add something


He was voted the UK's second sexiest man in 2004; his Trilogy co-star Orlando Bloom received the highest votes add something


Diane Kruger - In 2004, Kruger starred with Nicolas Cage and Sean Bean in the film "National Treasure", going on to appear in movies "Joyeux Noël" and "Copying Beethoven"


Flightplan - "'Flightplan"' is a 2005 mystery-thriller film directed by German film director Robert Schwentke and starring Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard, Erika Christensen, Kate Beahan, Greta Scacchi, and Sean Bean


Bean began dating actress Georgina Sutcliffe in 2006 add something


After several years of rumours, more episodes were produced, called "Sharpe's Challenge", which aired in April 2006, and "Sharpe's Peril" which aired on ITV in the autumn of 2008 and was later released on DVD. add something


Oliver Chris - In early 2006 he played the role of Captain Leonard in Sharpe's Challenge, starring Sean Bean, while 2007 has seen him in the TV comedy "Bonkers", written by Sally Wainwright as well as a drunken Petruchio in "The Taming of the Shrew" at the Wilton's Music Hall


He stepped down in 2007 to return to, as he put it, go back to being an ordinary supporter where he feels at home add something


He has appeared in "Outlaw", an independent British production, and a remake of 1986 horror film, "The Hitcher" ; here he used an American accent again add something


He was a director of the club until December 2007, but decided to "go back to the terraces, where truly belong" add something


Jack Ellis (actor) - Ellis toured with Agatha Christie's "The Unexpected Guest" in 2007, and had a role in the film "Outlaw" , starring Danny Dyer and Sean Bean


After cancelling their planned January 2008 wedding on the eve of the ceremony for "personal reasons", Bean married Sutcliffe at the Marylebone Register Office in London on 19 February 2008 add something


John Tams - At the BBC Radio 2 Folk *awards 2008 he and singing partner Barry Coope were presented with the prestigious Best Duo *award from actor Sean Bean, alongside whom he acted in the "Sharpe" TV series


Amid allegations that Bean physically abused Sutcliffe in 2009, domestic disturbances resulted in the police being called to their home in Belsize Park on three occasions add something


In 2009, he appeared in the "Red Riding" trilogy as the malevolent John Dawson add something


Ned Stark - When the pilot went into production in 2009, one of the first casting announcements was Sean Bean as the "lead" Eddard Stark


Charlotte Rampling - In 2010, she completed filming "Cleanskin", a terrorist thriller starring Sean Bean, James Fox, Tuppence Middleton, Michelle Ryan and Abhin Galeya


Lauren Cohan - In February 2010 she was cast in "Death Race 2", along with co-stars Sean Bean and Danny Trejo


Dot Allison - Allison was the vocal soloist in the film "Black Death", starring Sean Bean, released in May 2010


He co-starred with Ashley Judd in the ABC drama series "Missing", which premiered in early 2012 add something


He appeared in Tarsem Singh's Snow White film, "Mirror Mirror", which was released in the U.S. in March 2012 add something


The film was written, produced and directed by Hadi Hajaig and is being released by Warner Brothers in UK cinemas on 9 March 2012 add something


On 9 May 2012 Bean was reportedly arrested over claims he made harassing phone calls and sent abusive text messages to Sutcliffe and was later released on bail add something


In August 2012, Bean appeared as cross-dressing teacher Simon in the opening episode of the second season of UK television series "Accused", a role which would earn him a Royal Television Society best actor award add something


Adriano Giannini - Giannini has a leading role in the 2012 ABC-TV drama series "Missing", starring Ashley Judd and Sean Bean


In 2013, Bean was named best actor at the Royal Television Society awards for his role in "Accused" add something


He married Ashley Moore on 30th June, 2017 add something


He married Ashley Moore on 30 June 2017 add something