If you've been wondering what Sir Sean Connery has been up to since 2003, you won't find much at his official website, because it hasn't been updated in 13 years.
Despite today's date at the top, there's not a lot of recent activity. Maybe appearing in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen broke his spirit.
With your help and support, I will continue to develop this non-commercial website and provide you with electronic greeting cards, wallpapers, and insider information about my career. But I would like you to do something for me in return - I would request that you help me to help others. You can visit the Patronage section of this site to find out more about the charities that are very important to me: education, culture, and Scotland. Please help if you can.
Guess that didn't pan out. At least he hasn't lost the domain to squatters!
• The Official Website of Sir Sean Connery
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