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Sean Bean

Sean Bean
Early life[edit] Bean was born in Handsworth, a suburb of Sheffield, which was then part of West Riding of Yorkshire (the County of South Yorkshire was created in 1974). He is the son of Rita (née Tuckwood) and Brian Bean.[3] He has a younger sister named Lorraine. His father owned a fabrication shop which employed 50 people, including Bean's mother, who worked as a secretary. Despite becoming relatively wealthy (his father owned a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow), the family never moved away from the council estate as they preferred to remain close to friends and family.[4] As a child, Bean smashed a glass door during an argument, which left a piece of glass embedded in his leg that briefly impeded his walking and left a large scar.[3] This prevented him from pursuing his dream of playing football professionally. Career[edit] Bean starred in the first season of Game of Thrones, HBO's adaptation of the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R.R. Image[edit] Acting style[edit] Personal life[edit]

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10 Things you probably didn't know about Sean Bean From 1998 to 2008 Sean Bean played Napoleonic soldier Richard Sharpe in 16 episodes of the television series Sharpe, based on Bernard Cornwell’s best-selling novels. Now, in the two part HISTORY series, Sean Bean on Waterloo, the actor draws on actual eye-witness accounts of soldiers who fought in the battle to tell the story of the dramatic events of 18 June 1815. While Sean is busy providing us with gripping information about Waterloo, perhaps we should take a moment to familiarise ourselves with some interesting little known facts about the man himself. 10. Sean Bean was considered for the role of John Smith in Disney's 1995 film Pocohontas but lost out to Mel Gibson. 9.

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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. Alex Turner new girlfriend: Who is Taylor Bagley? Alex Turner and his model girlfriend - the gorgeous Taylor Bagley - got their gladrags on last night for a trip to the Serpentine Gallery summer party. The pair have been inseparable since they started dating, and at last night's event, Alex Turner and Taylor couldn't keep their hands off one another, and were spotted later going for dinner at the Chiltern Firehouse. Taylor sported a white two piece ensemble, which featured white damask patterning across the chest and waistline, and she completed the look with a pair of nude coloured Valentino flats. Scroll down to find out everything you need to know about Alex's new lady-love...

Sean Bean Facts - Sean Bean Name:Sean Bean Date of Birth:April 17,1959 Place of Birth:Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK Birth Name: Shaun Mark Bean Height : 5' 11 Daughter, Evie Natasha born, with Abigail Cruttenden. [6 November 1998] He is a devoted follower of the Sheffield United Football Club. He was a presenter at the 1995 BAFTA Awards. In a scene midway through Sharpe's Honour (1994) (TV), Sharpe and Marquesa Dorada are galloping down a hill on horseback when they suddenly tumble off the horse and land in the middle of a shallow stream.

Alex Turner (musician) Turner was born in Sheffield, England to Penny and David Turner. He is an only child[4] and was raised in High Green, a suburb of Sheffield. His mother is from Amersham while his father grew up in Sheffield.[5] Both parents worked at local secondary schools; his mother was a German teacher and his father taught both physics and music.[6] He was exposed to "all sorts" of music at home,[7] including records by Frank Sinatra, The Carpenters, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Beach Boys, David Bowie and The Eagles.[7][8][9][10] His father was a "jazz-head",[5] had been a member of big bands, and played the saxophone, clarinet and piano.[7] Turner took piano lessons until the age of eight.[11][9][12] Sean Bean on Jon Snow's parentage, trimming his beard and being mistaken for Mr Bean Sean Bean's done a Reddit Ask Me Anything. And the Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings and Legends star was completely brilliant. Among jokes about how often he finds himself dying on TV and film (ie LOADS), there were some real gems. Here are 10 fantastic facts you probably didn't know about Bean... 1.

Sean Bean pictured with his fiancee Ashley Moore Sean Bean and his future wife, Ashley Moore, touched down in LA together this week – a rare public sighting of the couple. The 55-year-old actor is about to start promotional duties for his new film, Jupiter Ascending, and arrived in California with his fiancée, 29, by his side. The couple might have kept their relationship largely out of the spotlight, but they looked blissfully happy as they were pictured together at LAX airport. Sean Bean arrives in LA with his future wife Ashley Moore Both had dressed casually for the long-haul flight; Sean wearing jeans, a T-shirt and a flat cap, and former nanny Ashley in jeans, a shirt and a coat embroidered with flowers. It was reported in December that Sean had proposed to Ashley – which would mean he is set to walk down the aisle for a fifth time.

Alex Turner is towered over by leggy girlfriend Taylor Bagley By Jj Nattrass For Mailonline Published: 10:03 GMT, 28 August 2015 | Updated: 12:22 GMT, 28 August 2015 He was epitome of chivalry when they jetted out of Los Angeles earlier this week. THE MIGHTY BEAN - Sean's Biography One of the strangest and most frightening things we can do is stop and consider how we got where we are. How far our lives are from what we expected, and from what was expected for us. Imagine what it must be like for Sean Bean. How did this confused Sheffield welder, a tattooed tough nut from the football terraces, become one of the most sought-after narrators in the land, a stalwart of period dramas and, for God's sake, even a super-sophisticated adversary of James Bond?

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