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James Bond actor Sean Connery dies at 90

His career over decades saw him bag many awards, including Golden Globe and Oscar.

• October 31, 2020
Sean Connery (Credit: express.co.uk)
Sean Connery (Credit: express.co.uk)

James Bond 007 star Sean Connery has died. The actor passed on Saturday at 90, Variety reported.

Mr. Connery, a Scottish actor, was best known for his role as 007 in long-running James Bond series. He also appeared in several spy thrillers.

He also featured in The Hunt for Red October, The Rock and Indiana Jones.

His career over decades saw him bag many awards, including Golden Globe and Oscar.

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