Mr. Bean Turns 63

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Rowan Atkinson, popularly known as Mr. Bean, the man whose existence has filled the world with laughter, celebrates his 63rd birthday today.

The Hollywood actor, Rowan Atkinson, who played the enormously celebrated character of
Mr. Bean that led him to great fame and success, celebrates his 63rd birthday today (6th January, 2018).
Born to Eric Atkinson and Ella May in County Durham in England, back in 1955, the actor started his journey to fame from BBC Radio 3, where he starred in a comedy series called "The Atkinson People".

After this, he continued working at the BBC where he presented another show called, "Not The Nine
O’clock News".

In 1990, Atkinson presented the first comedy show of "The Helpless Mr. Bean", which went on to make waves.
In 1997, Director Mill Smith went on to make a film out of the character of Mr. Bean that was titled with the same name.

During the time of 1995 and 1997, Atkinson also starred in a renowned television series, "The Thin
Blue Line", in which he played the role of a police inspector and his stern acting was also given plenty of praises in the series.

In 2003, he also worked in a parody film of the James Bond Series that was titled "Johnny English", which also had a sequel released in 2011
called "Johnny English Reborn". He’s currently working on the third film of the series titled "Johnny English 3", which is set to be released this year.

Later in 2007, another film was released based on the character of Mr. Bean that was titled "Mr. Bean’s Holiday".
In November 2012, Atkinson decided to bid farewell to the world famous and timeless character of Mr. Bean that still lives on in the hearts of many around the world. 

Happy birthday Rowan!
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