Sean Bean - Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor. Actor Sean Bean played the villains in Patriot Games and GoldenEye.
More recently, he played Boromir in the Lord of the Rings trilogy and Odysseus in Troy. Synopsis Sean Bean was born on April 17, 1959, in Sheffield, England. After graduation he began appearing in London theater productions, on television and in movies. In America, he developed a reputation for playing bad guys, like an IRA terrorist opposite Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and a double agent in Golden Eye.
Early Life Actor Shaun Mark Bean was born on April 17, 1959, in Sheffield, England. Career Highlights Among American audiences, Bean is best known for playing heartless bad guys, a reputation earned for his convincing portrayals of such characters as the IRA terrorist opposite Harrison Ford in Patriot Games and the hardened double agent in Golden Eye. Alex Turner - Biography. Makeup Revolution Highlighter palette Radiance - Face Highlighter at Superdrug. No7 Beautiful Skin Radiance Exfoliator for Normal Dry Skin 75ml.
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