Confirmed! Late Actor Sean Connery’s Rude Letter To Apple Chairman Steve Jobs Was A Fake
After ‘James Bond’ actor Sean Connery’s death a fake letter of the late star is doing the rounds of the internet. Read the full update.
Following James Bond actor Sean Connery’s death on Saturday, October 31, 2020, a fake letter of the late star is doing the rounds of the internet. In it, the James Bond star rudely refuses to associate with Apple by calling ex-Chairman Steve Jobs a “computer salesman” in the letter. It first surfaced in 2011, and it was declared fake soon after. However, the letter re-surfaced after the demise of Sean Connery.
Sean Connery’s letter to Apple fake?
Initially, reports suggested that the letter was real, especially because it had James Bond’s designation 007 imprinted on it. However, fact-checking website Snopes investigated and found out that Sean Connery never sent a letter to Steve Jobs.
Sean Connery dies at the age of 90
Hollywood actor Sean Connery passed away on Saturday, October 31, 2020, in the Bahamas. According to reports, Sean passed away due to age-related illnesses. Many celebrities like Hugh Jackman, Stephen King, Daniel Craig, among others, expressed grief over Sean’s death. “It is with such sadness that I heard of the passing of one of the true greats of cinema. Sir Sean Connery will be remembered as Bond and so much more. He defined an era and a style. The wit and charm he portrayed on screen could be measured in mega watts; he helped create the modern blockbuster,” said actor Daniel Craig in a statement released by James Bond makers. Interestingly, Daniel Craig will be essaying the titular role in the latest film of the James Bond franchise.
Sean Connery made his acting debut with a supporting role in Anna Neagle and Errol Flynn starrer Lilacs in the Spring (1954). In acting spanning more than five decades, Sean Connery has been a part of multiple hit movies. Sean Connery was last seen in Stephen Norrington’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.