Boromir is a fictional male Human warrior in the Lord of the Rings film series who was portrayed on screen by Sean Bean. Boromir is a warrior who joins the Fellowship of the Ring in the film of the same name. Boromir swears allegiance to the group but he tries to gain the ring for himself but he is stopped. Boromir's brother Faramir who gets introduced later in the series of films. Unfortuntely, Boromir is unable to see through to the end and dies at the end of the first film. His brother is Faramir who lasts a little longer in the books than his older brother.
Boromir dies at the end of the first fight, in a area near Parth Galen. He had just helped the Fellowship of the Ring hold off an attack by the Orcs but he was defeated and killed by archers.
Boromir was played by British actor Sean Bean who is best remembered for being British Napoleonic hero, Richard Sharpe and forplaying Alec Travelyn, the fallen M.I.6. agent in Goldeneye. He is also known as Eddard Stark, the Hand of the King who gets executed at the end of series one of the Game of Thrones.
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