My acting days are over but I'm still loving life Sean Connery at 80: EXCLUSIVE: Sir Sean Connery told last night how he was ''thrilled" that louis vuitton purses reviews he had reached 80 and promised that there was life in the old Bond yet.
00:00, 25 AUG 2010Updated18:17, 1 JUL 2012Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSIR SEAN CONNERY told last night how he was louis vuitton neverfull kusama replica ''thrilled" that he had reached 80 and promised that there was life in the old Bond yet.Surrounded by wife Micheline and 15 of his close family at his home in the Bahamas, the 007 legend said he was recently laid low by weeks of health problems but he was on the mend.Speaking exclusively to the Record on the eve of his 80th birthday today, Sir Sean said: "I'm swimming every day and I'm even trying to get the golf swing working again but that might take a little bit longer."During the summer, I wasn't in pain but I wasn't feeling great."I came to the Edinburgh Film Festival in June then, when I left for the south of France, I realised I'd lost a little bit of weight and needed to change my regime."I've done that and the last few days have been pretty special with the family here."We've eaten non stop and it has been a great celebration."It's been an incredible 80 years for a man who rose from humble beginnings as Thomas Sean Connery, in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, to become Scotland's most famous living person.He's an Oscar winning actor, a knight of the realm and a Hollywood legend forever remembered as the best James Bond.But even now, Sir Sean would never think of resting on his laurels. He said: "The knighthood I received was a fantastic honour but it's not something I've ever used and I don't think I ever will."It's incredible to louis vuitton purses fake think of the boy growing up in Edinburgh being given one of the highest awards that can be given."No Scots entertainer has reached so many homes and enriched so many people's lives as our greatest acting legend.But it's not just the iconic Bond movies, such as Dr No, Goldfinger and, for which Sir Sean is most loved.His other memorable movies include The Man Who Would Be King, Marnie, A Bridge Too Far, Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, Time Bandits and The Untouchables (for which he won his best supporting actor Oscar in 1988 as old cop Jim Malone).Much has been made of Sir Sean's retirement from acting.His last film, The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, was in 2003. And despite persistent rumours that he may return, he revealed to the Record louis vuitton purses uk sale it is unlikely we will ever see him grace the silver screen again.He said: "I don't think I'll ever act again. I have so many wonderful memories but those days are over.
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