The series is a brooding, dark look at how corrosive corruption can be. (Steve Dietl/Crackle via AP)
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Sean Bean is as famous for his rugged looks and thick northern British accent as the many creative ways in which he dies on screen. He's been stabbed, shot, chased off a cliff, tossed off a satellite dish, beheaded and drawn and quartered in everything from the Bond movie "Goldeneye" to "Game of Thrones" and "The Lord of the Rings". Bean, 58, talked with the Associated Press about the new series, his many deaths and why he's pleased that he's left his mark on "Game of Thrones" long after losing his head.I remember Sean Connery once said that he doesn't like dying in films.
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