Sir Sean Connery, who turned 80 today (25.08.10) has retired from onscreen acting but hopes to continue doing voiceover work.
Sir Sean Connery will never act again.
The former 'James Bond' star who turned 80 today (25.08.10), said that his onscreen days are behind him, but he will continue to do voiceover work.
He told the Daily Record newspaper: "I don't think I'll ever act again. I have so many wonderful memories but those days are over.
"I've done a voiceover for an 85-minute animated film called 'Sir Billi', which I enjoyed and it will be exciting to see that project finished."
The 'Goldfinger' actor - whose last movie was 2003's 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' - said that his favourite movie featuring iconic British spy James Bond is 'From Russia With Love'.
He explained: "The story was intriguing and the locations were intriguing. It was an international movie in every sense of the word."
However he named 'Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade' as his most enjoyable film to make.