|Sheffield Legends plaque - Sean Bean, film and TV actor (installed 2010)|
Shaun Mark (Sean) Bean was born in Handsworth, Sheffield in 1959.
His first successful role was his portrayal of Richard Sharpe in the British television series 'Sharpe'. Since then he became well known internationally for his roles as Boromir in 'The Lord of the Rings', James Bond's adversary Alec Trevelyan in 'Golden Eye', Nicolas Cage's competitor Ian Howe in 'National Treasure', psychotic IRA fringe terrorist Sean Miller out for revenge on Jack Ryan in 'Patriot Games', Captain Rich in 'Flightplan' with Jodie Foster, Odysseus in 'Troy' and Chris DeSilva in 'Silent Hill'.
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