Sean Bean Height Weight Age Shoe Size

Sean Bean was born in Sheffield, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, on April 17, 1959, is an English actor. Young Sean Bean first started performing in school theater productions. He landed his professional stage debut in a play "Romeo and Juliet" (1983) in role as Tybalt, at the Watermill Theatre in Newbury. He got his television debut in ITV police procedural series The Bill (1984) in episode "Long Odds", in role as Horace Clark. He made his big screen debut in historical drama film Caravaggio (1986) in role as Ranuccio. Sean's breakthrough performance came as Sergeant / Lieutenant Richard Sharpe in adventure action movie Sharpe's Rifles (1993).

How tall is Sean Bean and what is his weight? Sean Bean's height is 6' 10½" іn fееt аnd іnсhеѕ or 179 іn cеntіmеtrеѕ, his weight is 187 іn pоunds or 85 іn kіlоgrаmѕ. He is 65 years old. His shoe size is 10 US | 43 EU.

Sean Bean

Sean Bean
Photo: NASA/Bill Ingalls / Public domain / Wikimedia Commons

Birth Date

April 17, 1959


65 years old


United Kingdom

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Light Brown

Eye color



5 ft 10½ in | 179 cm

Net Worth

$20 Million


85 kg | 187 lbs


44 in | 112 cm

Shoe size

10 US | 43 EU


35 in | 89 cm

Best Movies

He played Boromir in Lord of the Rings film trilogy:

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001), for which he was nominated for the Empire Award for Best British Actor

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) (Extended edition only)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

He was nominated for the Chainsaw Award for Best Actor for his role as Ulric in action horror film Black Death (2010).

He portrayed Alec Trevelyan / Janus in James Bond movie GoldenEye (1995).

The Martian (2015) science fiction as Mitch Henderson

Equilibrium (2002) science fiction action as Errol Partridge

Patriot Games (1992) action thriller as Sean Miller

National Treasure (2004) action adventure as Ian Howe

The Island (2005) science fiction action thriller as Dr. Merrick

The Hitcher (2007) road thriller as John Ryder

Silent Hill (2006) psychological horror as Chris Da Silva

Don't Say a Word (2001) psychological thriller as Patrick Koster

The Field (1990) drama as Tadgh McCabe

Flightplan (2005) psychological thriller mystery as Captain Marcus Rich

Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010) action fantasy as Zeus

Stormy Monday (1988) neo-noir thriller as Brendan

Caravaggio (1986) historical drama as Ranuccio

Mirror Mirror (2012) fantasy adventure as The King, Snow White's father

Anna Karenina (1997) drama as Vronsky

Jupiter Ascending (2015) science fiction epic adventure as Stinger Apini

He voiced Arrog in animated adventure fantasy comedy family film The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (2015)

He voiced King Regis in animated fantasy movie Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV (2016).

Possessor (2020) science fiction horror as John Parse

He voiced Bill Goodfellowe in animated fantasy adventure film Wolfwalkers (2020).

Best TV Shows

He was nominated for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance as Simon / Tracie in BBC One television anthology series Accused (2012), in episode "Tracie's Story".

He was nominated for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance as Father Michael Kerrigan in BBC One drama series Broken (2017).

He played Richard Sharpe in a British television series Sharpe:

Sharpe's Rifles (1993)

Sharpe's Eagle (1993)

Sharpe's Company (1994)

Sharpe's Enemy (1994)

Sharpe's Honour (1994)

Sharpe's Gold (1995)

Sharpe's Battle (1995)

Sharpe's Sword (1995)

Sharpe's Regiment (1996)

Sharpe's Siege (1996)

Sharpe's Mission (1996)

Sharpe's Revenge (1997)

Sharpe's Justice (1997)

Sharpe's Waterloo (1997)

Sharpe's Challenge (2006)

He was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Actor on Television for his role as Eddard "Ned" Stark in first season of HBO fantasy drama series Game of Thrones (2011).

The Practice (1986) ITV soap opera as Terry Donlan

Clarissa (1991) BBC drama miniseries as Lovelace

Lady Chatterley (1993) BBC television serial as Mellors

Scarlett (1994) CBS miniseries as Lord Richard Fenton

Extremely Dangerous (1999) ITV drama series as Niel Bryne

Crusoe (2008) NBC adventure drama series as James Crusoe

Red Riding (2009) Channel 4 miniseries as John Dawson

Missing (2012) ABC mystery thriller drama series as Paul Winstone

Legends (2014-2015) TNT crime drama series as Martin Odum

The Frankenstein Chronicles (2015-2017) ITV Encore crime drama series as John Marlott

Wasted (2016) E4 comedy series as Sean Bean

Medici: Masters of Florence (2018) Rai 1 historical drama series as Jacopo de' Pazzi

The Oath (2018) Crackle crime drama series as Tom Hammand

Curfew (2019) Sky dystopian action drama series as Errol "The General" Chambers

World on Fire (2019) British war drama series as Douglas Bennett

Snowpiercer (2020–2021) TNT post-apocalyptic dystopian thriller drama series as Mr. Wilford

Time (2021) BBC One drama series as Mark Cobden

Marriage (2022) BBC One drama series as Ian


Graduated from Brook Comprehensive School in 1975.

Attended Rotherham College of Arts and Technology.

Graduated from Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in 1983.

Has younger sister, Lorraine.

Avid fan of Sheffield United FC.

Featured in music video for Moby "We Are All Made of Stars" (2002).

He has two scars.

Follows Yorkshire County Cricket Club.

He was honored with a Star on Sheffield's walk of fame.

Big David Bowie fan.

Lives in Belsize Park, London, England.


He was married to:

Georgina Sutcliffe (2008-2010)

Abigail Cruttenden (1997-2000), they have one daughter, Natasha Evie

Melanie Hill (1990-1997), they have two daughters, Lorna and Molly

Debra James (1981-1990)

He started dating actress Amy Ellery in 2003.