He may be best known for his frequent on-screen deaths, but in real life fans from far and wide wish a happy birthday to the veteran actor. Sean beanFrom falling victim to Pierce Brosnan’s James Bond to beheading Game of Thrones, chances are you’ll see Bean die when he’s on the big or small screen. However, because he always plays these fateful parts to perfection, Bean is universally loved, as evidenced by all the birthday messages from fans.
“Happy Birthday to the wonderful Sean Bean!” a fan writes. “May you have many more years unlike your characters.”
“sean bean appreciation tweet on his birthday,” said another fan, including multiple photos of Bean.
Someone else joked, “FUN FACT: Today is the birthday of the Yorkshire actor and the non-rhyming name Sean Bean. In keeping with his film career, he has already died 14 times this morning.”
Another fan posted a GIF of Bean as Boromir and tweeted, “Happy birthday to Sean Bean, here in THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING!”
“Happy birthday to the CEO of the dying on-screen, Sean Bean,” Magnolia Pictures tweets.
Right away Golden Eye reference, the official Twitter account for James Bond also tweeted, “For England James? ‘Happy birthday to Sean Bean, who played 006 in GOLDENEYE.”
Oddly, Bean is celebrating his 62nd birthday on the 10th anniversary of Game of Thrones, which apparently premiered on HBO on Bean’s 52nd birthday. As with most of his other roles, Bean didn’t live long Game of Thrones, but his role as Lord Eddard “Ned” Stark is still fondly remembered by fans. Many fans use images of Bean in the HBO series to wish the actor happy birthday wishes.
In February, Bean spoke about the constant death of his characters in several movies and TV shows. While he’s talented to die on screen if the script calls for it, Bean also suggested that he’s had just about enough death for one career, and at this point he’s ready to start playing characters with lives just a little longer. takes.
“I’ve died on screen more than 20 times, but never more violently,” Bean said, referring to his Game of Thrones passing away. “I didn’t kneel thinking, ‘Oh God, I’m getting my head cut off. It was more about the disbelief that I would never see my family again.
The actor added, “It was creative to decapitate me. I’ve never really had any complaints – and never will. I’ve had some wonderful deaths, but I’d love to branch out into the land of the living.”
Fortunately, Bean’s character is still very much alive in the TNT series Snow PiercerThe series was renewed by the network in January for a third season, and it remains to be seen if Bean can make it to the end of the show. As well as his characters did, let’s at least join the fans and wish Sean Bean a very happy 62nd birthday.
Topics: Birthdays, Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings