Sean Connery's quit vow

Society Materials 27 December 2007 17:10 (UTC +04:00)
Sean Connery's quit vow

(hollyscoop.com) - Sir Sean Connery has insisted he has definitely quit acting.

The Scottish actor - who has starred in films including 'Goldfinger', 'Entrapment' 'Dr. No' - is happy living with his wife Micheline in their New York apartment, and says nothing could make him return to the big screen.

Connery said: "There is nothing that will persuade me to get back into acting. It's over - I will never, ever do another film."

However, Micheline - who has been married to the actor for 22 years - doesn't believe the 77-year-old Hollywood star will manage to stick to his pledge.

She laughed: "He has said that twice before and then ended up doing another one!"

Connery recently revealed he was forced to stop writing his autobiography because it was giving him nightmares.

The screen legend was planning on setting the record straight with his own memoirs, after being left fuming by the "lies" written about him in previous unauthorised biographies.

However, he decided not to put pen to paper after a series of sleepless nights and terrifying dreams caused by the stress of writing.

He said: "It was giving me really bad nightmares and I wasn't sleeping. I don't think I am cut out for introspection!"