Micheline Roquebrune

Who is Micheline Roquebrune?

Micheline Roquebrune is a former professional golfer. Micheline Roquebrune is a renowned painter who fell in love with the game as a child and began competing in her teens.

She honed her skills and quickly established herself as a professional player, competing in and winning numerous golf tournaments. She later changed her profession after becoming interested in painting and began pursuing a career as a painter at the age of 23.

Her style became known for being vibrant and realistic, inspired by the joys of life. Micheline, a well-known painter, has had exhibitions all over the world, including in Athens, Paris, and Chicago.

She has also shown her work at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.

Micheline Roquebrune- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Micheline Roquebrune was born in Morocco on April 4, 1929, under the sign of Aries.

She is a 90-year-old former professional golfer and painter best known as the wife of Sir Sean Connery, a famous Scottish actor, and producer.

she is half-French and half-Moroccan, and now has French nationality.

She is a Christian who spent a portion of her childhood in a convent, from the age of seven to the age of fourteen.

Micheline speaks French, Spanish, and English, and she understands Arabic.

Net Worth of Micheline Roquebrune? Salary, Earnings

Micheline Roquebrune has a net worth of more than $2.5 million, which she has amassed through her work in sports and as a painter.

Aside from that, Micheline is likely to share her famous husband Sean Connery’s fortune, which is estimated to be worth more than $120 million.

According to her husband’s website, she also produced the Broadway play “Art,” written by Yasmina Reza and performed in French, the play was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Play in 1998.

Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/ Girlfriend

Micheline Roquebrune was married twice before meeting Sean Connery, and she had three children, Micha, Oliver, and Stephane.

Micheline met Sean in 1970 at the Mohammedia Golf Club in Morocco, where they were bothcompeting in a golf tournament.

It was love at first sight, and they spent the next four days making love and playing golf together.

The lack of a common language was not an issue for them because they communicated in other ways! However, after she won, they went their separate ways until he invited her to join him in Marbella, Spain in 1972; Micheline accepted, and they began dating.

She and Sean Connery married on May 6, 1975, and are still married.

Micheline became Lady Connery after Queen Elizabeth II knighted Sean Connery in 2000.

Although the couple has no children together, she adopted his son from his previous marriage to actress Diane Cilento, who is named Jason Joseph Connery. Sean adopted her three children at the same time.

Micheline Roquebrune: Professional  Career

Roquebrune was also a member of the miscellaneous crew for her husband’s film “Never Say Never” (1983).

She has also appeared in documentaries such as “Sean Connery: A BAFTA Tribute” (1990), “Sean Connery Close Up”(1997), and “Sean Connery, An Intimate Portrait” (2002), as well as an episode of the TV show “20h10 pétantes” in 2005.

Sean Connery began his acting career on stage, appearing in plays such as “Lilacs in the Spring,” “Witness For TheThe prosecution,” “Anna Christie,” and “The Bacchae.”

He made his film debut as Spike in the 1957 crime film “No Road Back,” alongside Paul Carpenter, Skim Homeier, and Patricia Dainton.

Micheline Roquebrune
Micheline Roquebrune in an award function. Source: fameandname

In the same year, he played Mountain McClintock in the episode “Requiem For A Heavyweight” of the BBC series”Sunday Night Theatre.”

Sean’s first major role came the following year when he co-starred with Barry Sullivan and Lana Turner in the melodrama “Another Time, Another Place.”

In 1959, he was cast as Michael McBride in the film “Darby O’Gill And The Little People.”

Sean Connery rose to prominence after being cast as James Bond, one of the most well-known fictional British secret service agents created by Ian Fleming and also known as 007 Sean played Bond in the first five films, “Dr. No” (1962), “From Russia With Love” (1963), “Goldfinger” (1964), “Thunderball” (1965), and “You Only Live Twice”(1967), and then in two more, “Diamonds Are Forever” in 1971 and “Never Say Never Again” in 1983, all of which were commercial successes.

Furthermore, the American Film Institute named James Bond the third-greatest hero in cinema history, cementing Sean Connery’s status as a male sex symbol around the world.

Aside from James Bond, Sean appeared in a number of other films, including Alfred Hitchcock’s 1964 psychological thriller “Marnie,” in which he played Mark Rutland, and the 1965 war drama “The Hill,” in which he played Joe Roberts

His next major role was as Daniel Dravot in the 1975 adventure film “The Man Who Would Be King,”

followed by his portrayal of Robin Hood in the romance adventure “Robin And Marian,” which he co-starred in with Audrey Hepburn.

Sean first appeared as Marshal William T. O’Neil in the 1981 sci-fi thriller “Outlander,” for which he received a SaturnAward nomination for Best Actor, and then as William of Baskerville in the 1986 mystery historical drama “The

Name Of The Rose,” based on Umberto Eco’s novel of the same name, for which he received a BAFTA Award for best actor in a Leading Role.

Sean won the 1988 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor and the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor,  Motion Picture for his role as Jim Malone in the gangster film “The Untouchables,” in which he co-starred with Andy Garcia, Kevin Costner, and Robert De Niro.

Other notable roles include Henry Jones, Sr. in Steven Spielberg’s action-adventure film “Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade” (1989), and Captain Marko Ramius in seven Spielberg’s submarine spy-thriller “The Hunt For Red October” (1990), for which he received BAFTA nominations.

Sean played Capt. John Connor in Philip Kaufman’s crime film “Rising Sun,” which he also executive produced, in 1993.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Colour 

Micheline Roquebrune has blonde hair with long curly curls. The eyes are dark brown.

She is 5 feet 5inches tall in height and her weight is 132-pound,  (60kgs). Her shoe size is 6 (US).

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Quick Facts of Micheline Roquebrune

  • Micheline is a 90-year-old former professional golf player and painter, but probably best recognized for being the wife of Sir Sean Connery, a famous Scottish actor, and producer.
  • Prior to becoming involved in a relationship with Sean Connery, Micheline was married two times and gave birth to three children, named Micha, Oliver, and Stephane.
  • He was then cast in the lead role of Michael McBride in the 1959 film “Darby O’Gill And The Little People”.
  • Sean Connery came to prominence after being chosen to play James Bond, one of the most famous fictional British Secret Service agents, created by Ian Fleming and also known as 007.
  • However, he provided his voice to the title character in the 2012 animated film “Sir Billi The Vet”.