“The Untouchables” and “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” are some movies that star Sean Connery. “The Untouchables” features Connery in the role of Jimmy Malone, a Chicago policeman trying to capture Al Capone. The role earned Connery an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1988. “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” features Connery playing the title character’s father.
“Dr. No” was the first film in the James Bond series to feature Connery in the role of James Bond. The film became a huge success and spawned several sequels, including “From Russia with Love” and “Goldfinger.” Connery declared “Diamonds are Forever” his final performance as the Bond character, but in 1983, he agreed to play it one last time in the film “Never Say Never Again.” After his Bond roles, Connery continued his acting career in several films, including “Team Bandits” and “The Rock.”
Connery has also performed voice acting and voiced the title character in the animated film “Sir Billi the Vet.” He also recorded voice-overs for a video game based on his Bond performance in “From Russia with Love.” In 2006, Connery officially announced his acting retirement while receiving a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Film Institute.