This is great fun so I thought I’d share it… I contributed a little bit, too! 🙂

Erin Underwood

Woe, destruction, ruin, and decay;
The worst is death, and death will have his day.
. . . . . — William Shakespeare, Richard III (1595)

While some actors come and go, Sean Bean persists due to a striking combination of talent, tenacity, and timing. “Timing?” you may ask yourself. Yes. Timing! Timing is everything for an actor who is required to die time and time again for our entertainment. Since 1986, over 20 of Bean’s characters have died in films and TV shows, and after each death he rises from the pile of dead Hollywood characters to take on a new role.

For those of you unfamiliar with Sean Bean’s work (other than his roles as Boromir in Lord of the Rings and Ned Stark in Games of Thrones), here’s a snippet from his mini biography on IMDB.com to help you understand the actor that is Bean:

Sean…

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