Pierce Brosnan (James Bond) Biography, Age, Movies, Shows, Net Worth

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Pierce Brosnan Biography

Pierce Brosnan born Pierce Brendan Brosnan OBE is an Irish-American actor, film producer, activist, and environmentalist. Born in Ireland, Brosnan became a naturalized American citizen.

Pierce Brosnan Age

Pierce was born on May 16, 1953, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda, Ireland. He is 66 years as of 2019.

Pierce Brosnan Height

He stands at a height of  6′ 1″. 

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Pierce Brosnan Wife

Brosnan married twice was once widowed and has five kids and three grandkids. Brosnan encountered Australian actress Cassandra Harris soon after he left the drama school through her stepson David Harris, one of the nephews of Richard Harris. On meeting her, he has described his feelings, saying, “What a beautiful looking woman. I never for an instant thought she was someone I’d spend 17 years of my life with. I didn’t think of wooing her, or attempting to woo her; I just wanted to enjoy her beauty and who she was.” They began dating and eventually bought a house in Wimbledon. The kids on December 27, 1980, and together they had one child, Sean, who was born on September 13, 1983. They lived with her children, Charlotte (1971–2013) and Chris, and after their father, Dermot Harris died in 1986, he adopted them and they took the surname Brosnan. In 1994, Brosnan met American journalist Keely Shaye Smith in Mexico. They were married in 2001 at Ballintubber Abbey in County Mayo, Ireland. They have two sons together, Dylan and Paris.

Pierce Brosnan Children

Pierce Brosnan Young

Brosnan was born at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland, the carpenter’s only baby, Thomas Brosnan, and May (born Smith, born around 1934). He has lived for 12 years in Navan, County Meath, and he sees it as his home town. He went to the primary school of St Anne, Navan. When Pierce was an infant, Brosnan’s dad left the family. His mom moved to London when he was four years old to work as a nurse. His maternal grandparents, Philip and Kathleen Smith, raised him mainly from that stage on. He lived with an aunt and then an uncle after their fatalities, but was later sent to live in a boarding house run by a lady named Eileen.

Brosnan was brought up in a Roman Catholic family and educated in a local school run by the de la Salle Brothers while serving as an altar boy.

Pierce Brosnan Education

On August 12, 1964, Brosnan left Ireland and was reunited with his mother and her new husband, William Carmichael, now living in Longniddry, East Lothian, in the Scottish village. Carmichael took Brosnan at the age of 11 to see for the first time a James Bond movie (Goldfinger). Educated at Elliott School, a state-wide college in Putney, southwest London, now known as the Ark Putney Academy, Brosnan later moved back to London. Brosnan spoke about the shift from Ireland to England and his education in London; “When you go to a very big town, a metropolis like London, as a 10-year-old Irish kid, life suddenly moves quite quickly.

From a small college in Ireland with, say, seven classrooms, to this very big comprehensive school with over 2,000 kids. And you are an Irish person. And they make you feel it; the British have a great way to do that, and I had a profound feeling of being an outsider. “His nickname was” Irish “when he attended college.

In the wake of leaving school at 16, he chose to be a painter and started preparing in business representation at Saint Martin’s School of Art. While going to practice for a workshop at the Oval House, a fire eater was showing individuals how to eat fire and he chose to join. A carnival specialist saw him busking and contracted him for a long time. He later prepared for a long time as an on-screen character at the Drama Center London. Brosnan has depicted the sentiment of turning into an entertainer and the effect it had on his life: “When I discovered acting, or when acting discovered me, it was freedom. It was a venturing stone into another life, far from a real existence that I had, and acting was something I was great at, something which was valued. That was an extraordinary fulfillment in my life.”

Pierce Brosnan Career

Brosnan graduated from the Drama Center in 1975 and started to work at the York Theater Royal as an acting assistant stage manager, making his acting debut in Wait Until Dark. Within six months, playwright Tennessee Williams chose him to play McCabe’s part in The Red Devil Battery Sign’s British premiere (billed as “Pierce Brosman”). His performance created a stir in London, and Brosnan still has Williams ‘ telegram to say “Thank God for you, my dear boy.” Franco Zeffirelli picked him up in 1977 to appear in Eduardo De Filippo’s play Filumena opposite Joan Plowright and Frank Finlay.

He continued to make short appearances in movies such as The Long Good Friday (1980) and The Mirror Crack’d (1980), as well as early television shows in The Professionals, Murphy’s Stroke, and Play for Today. With his leading role in America’s famous miniseries Manions, he became a television star in the United States. He followed this in 1982 with the BBC’s 9-part Nancy Astor miniseries (broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre in America) that dramatized Lady Astor’s life, the first woman to sit in the British Parliament. His portrait of Robert Gould Shaw II won him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor in the 1985 Golden Globe Award.

Brosnan marking signatures at the 2010 Berlin International Film Festival

In 1982, Brosnan moved to Southern California and rose to notoriety in the United States assuming the title job in the NBC sentimental, frequently comedic criminologist arrangement Remington Steele. The Washington Post noticed that equivalent year that Brosnan “could make it as a youthful James Bond.” After Remington Steele finished in 1987, Brosnan proceeded to show up in a few movies, including The Fourth Protocol (1987), a Cold War spine chiller in which he featured close by Michael Caine, The Deceivers and James Clavell’s Noble House both in (1988), and The Lawnmower Man (1992). In 1992, he shot a pilot for NBC called Running Wilde, playing a columnist for Auto World magazine with Jennifer Love Hewitt playing his little girl, yet the pilot never circulated. In 1993 he assumed a supporting job in the parody film Mrs. Doubtfire. He likewise showed up in a few TV films, including Victim of Love (1991), Death Train (1993) and Night Watch (1995), a government operative spine chiller set in Hong Kong. In 2003, Brosnan has remunerated the Irish Film and Television Academy Lifetime Achievement Award for his commitment to Irish Film.

Pierce Brosnan James Bond

Brosnan first encountered film producer Albert R. Broccoli from James Bond on For Your Eyes Only because his first wife, Cassandra Harris, was cast as Countess Lisl von Schlaf, mistress of Milos Columbo. Broccoli said, “if he can behave… he’s my man,” inheriting Roger Moore’s Bond role. Entertainment Tonight and the National Enquirer noted that Brosnan would inherit another Moore’s position, that of Simon Templar in The Saint. Brosnan rejected the rumors in July 1993 but added, “on someone’s desk in Hollywood it’s still languishing there.”

In 1986, NBC dropped Remington Steele. Brosnan was offered the job of James Bond, yet the exposure improved Remington Steele’s appraisals and it was reestablished, requiring Brosnan to legally come back to the show, this made Eon Productions need to search somewhere else for the new 007. The makers rather procured Timothy Dalton for The Living Daylights (1987), and License to Kill (1989). While Brosnan was hesitant to examine losing the Bond job, to some degree since Dalton was a companion, he showed up in Diet Coke plugs depicting what the Los Angeles Times portrayed as “a dashing Bond-like character”, and NBC publicized Noble House with Brosnan wearing a Bond-like tuxedo. Legal questions between the Bond makers and the studio over-dispersion rights brought about the retraction of a proposed third Dalton film in 1991 and put the Bond arrangement on a break for quite a while. After the lawful issues had been settled, Dalton chose not to return for a third film. On 7 June 1994, Brosnan was reported as the fifth entertainer to play Bond.

Brosnan was marked for a three-film Bond manage the choice of a fourth. The principal, 1995’s GoldenEye, netted US $350 million around the world, the fourth most astounding overall gross of any film in 1995, making it the best Bond film since Moonraker, balanced for expansion. It holds a 78% Rotten tomato rating, while Metacritic holds it at 65%. In the Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert gave the film 3 stars out of 4, saying that Brosnan’s Bond was “by one way or another increasingly delicate, progressively defenseless, more mentally complete” than the past ones, likewise remarking on Bond’s “loss of blamelessness” since past movies. James Berardinelli portrayed Brosnan as “a chose improvement over his quick antecedent” with a “pizazz for the mind to oblige his characteristic appeal”, however, included that “completely one-fourth of Goldeneye is energy slaughtering cushioning.”

In 1996, together with producing partner and longtime friend Beau St. Clair, Brosnan created a film production company entitled “Irish DreamTime.” In 1998, Brosnan and St. Clair published the first production of Irish DreamTime, The Nephew. The second studio project of the company, The Thomas Crown Affair, was published a year later and met with both critical and box office achievement.

Brosnan returned in 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies and 1999’s The World Is Not Enough, which were likewise effective. In 2002, Brosnan showed up for his fourth time as Bond in Die Another Day, accepting blended surveys comparatively to the previous two, however, was a triumph in the cinematic world. Brosnan himself in this way censured numerous parts of his fourth Bond motion picture. During the advancement, he referenced that he might want to proceed with his job as James Bond: “I’d like to do another, beyond any doubt. Connery completed six. Six would be a number, at that point never returned.” Brosnan asked Eon Productions when tolerating the job, to be permitted to deal with different ventures between Bond films. The solicitation was in all actuality, and for each Bond film, Brosnan showed up in any event two other standard movies, including a few he created, playing a wide scope of jobs, going from a researcher in Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks!, to the title job in Gray Owl which archives the life of Englishman Archibald Stansfeld Belaney, one of Canada’s first preservationists.

Soon after the arrival of Bite the dust One more Day, the media started addressing whether Brosnan would repeat the job for the fifth time. Around then, Brosnan was moving toward his 50th birthday celebration. Brosnan remembered that the two fans and faultfinders were discontents with Roger Moore assuming the job until he (Moore) was 58, however, he was accepting well-known help from the two pundits and the establishment fanbase for a fifth portion. Thus, he stayed energetic about repeating his job. In October 2004, Brosnan said he viewed himself as rejected from the job. Despite the fact that Brosnan had been supposed every now and again as still in the racing to play 007, he had denied it a few times, and in February 2005 he posted on his site that he was done with the job. Daniel Craig assumed control over the job on 14 October 2005. In a meeting with The Globe and Mail, Brosnan was solicited what he thought from Daniel Craig as the new James Bond. He answered, “I’m anticipating it like we’re all anticipating it. Daniel Craig is an incredible on-screen character and he will complete a fabulous activity”. He reaffirmed this help in a meeting to the Worldwide Envoy Tribune, expressing that “[Craig’s] on his approach to turning into a vital Bond.” Brosnan later conceded that he was harmed before the finish of his residency; “Barbara [Broccoli] and Michael [Wilson] were at stake – ‘We’re so heartbroken’. She was crying, Michael was unemotional and he stated, ‘You were an incredible James Bond. Thanks much’ and I stated, ‘Thank you kindly. Farewell.’ “That was it. I was completely stunned and just kicked to the curb with the manner in which it went down.”

Brosnan also participated in James Bond video games during his tenure on the James Bond movies. In 2002, in the James Bond video game Nightfire (voiced by Maxwell Caulfield), Brosnan’s likeness was used as Bond’s face. In 2004, in the Bond game Everything or Nothing, Brosnan starred contracting to use his likeness as well as doing the character’s voice-work. He also starred in 2001 in The Tailor of Panama with Jamie Lee Curtis and Geoffrey Rush and gave his voice to the episode of The Simpsons “Treehouse of Horror XII,” as a device with the voice of Pierce Brosnan.

Pierce Brosnan Post James Bond

Since 2004, Brosnan has discussed backing a film about Caitlin Macnamara, spouse of artist Dylan Thomas, the title job to be played by Miranda Richardson. Brosnan’s first post-Bond job was that of Daniel Rafferty in 2004’s Laws of Fascination. Garreth Murphy, of entertainment.ie, depicted Brosnan’s exhibition as “shockingly compelling, tenderly riffing off his James Bond persona and enhancing it with raffish energy”.[48] around the same time, Brosnan featured in After the Dusk close by Salma Hayek and Woody Harrelson. The film evoked commonly negative audits and a 17% rating on Spoiled Tomatoes. Brosnan’s next film was 2005’s The Bullfighter. He featured as Julian Honorable, a fatigued, hypochondriac professional killer who meets a voyaging sales rep (Greg Kinnear) in a Mexican bar. The film accumulated commonly positive surveys. Roger Ebert for the Chicago Sun-Times considered Brosnan’s presentation the best of his vocation. Brosnan was selected for a Brilliant Globe grant for Best Entertainer in a Melodic or Satire, however lost to Joaquin Phoenix for Push the limits.. In 2006, Brosnan portrayed The Official Movie of the 2006 FIFA World Container, coordinated by Michael Apted.

In 2007, Brosnan showed up in the film Seraphim Falls close by individual Irishman Liam Neeson. The film was discharged for restricted screenings on 26 January 2007 to average audits. Kevin Outside layer of the Los Angeles Times noticed that Brosnan and Neeson made “fine enemies;” Michael Rechtshaffen of The Hollywood Journalist felt that they were “unable to infuse some genuinely necessary imperativeness into their inadequate lines.” During that year, Brosnan talked about making a western with individual Irish entertainers Gabriel Byrne and Colm Meaney. In that equivalent year, Brosnan featured as Tom Ryan in Butterfly on a Wheel. The film was discharged in the US under the name of Broke, and in Europe as Urgent Hours.

In 2008, Brosnan joined Meryl Streep in the film adaption of the ABBA melodic Mamma Mia!. He played Sam Carmichael, one of three men accepted to be the dad of Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), while Streep played Sophie’s mom. Judy Craymer, a maker to the film, said: “Pierce brings a specific kiss factor, and we think he’ll have extraordinary science with Meryl in a lighthearted comedy.” Brosnan’s readiness in singing for the job included strolling here and there the coast and singing karaoke to his very own voice for around about a month and a half, trailed by practices in New York, which he noted: “sounded repulsive.” Brosnan’s singing in the film was by and largely criticized by faultfinders, with his singing contrasted in discrete audits with the sound of a water bison, a jackass, and an injured raccoon. In September 2008, Brosnan gave the portrayal to the Thomas and Companions film The Incomparable Revelation. He was initially set to describe for both US and UK from Seasons 12 to 14, yet pulled back from it for obscure reasons.

In 2009, Brosnan completed the generally welcomed The Professional writer, playing a disrespected English Executive, coordinated and delivered by Roman Polanski. The film won a Silver Bear at the Berlin Universal Film Celebration. He featured as Charles Hawkins in the film Recollect Me and as Chiron in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Criminal, both discharged in 2010. In 2012, Brosnan assumed the job of Philip in the Danish lighthearted comedy Love Is All You Need.

In 2008, Brosnan joined Meryl Streep in the film adaption of the ABBA melodic Mamma Mia!. He played Sam Carmichael, one of three men accepted to be the dad of Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), while Streep played Sophie’s mom. Judy Craymer, a maker to the film, said: “Pierce brings a specific kiss factor, and we think he’ll have incredible science with Meryl in a lighthearted comedy.” Brosnan’s planning in singing for the job included strolling here and there the coast and singing karaoke to his very own voice for around about a month and a half, trailed by practices in New York, which he noted: “sounded repulsive.” Brosnan’s singing in the film was by and large belittled by pundits, with his singing contrasted in isolated audits with the sound of a water wild ox, a jackass, and an injured raccoon. In September 2008, Brosnan gave the portrayal to the Thomas and Companions film The Incomparable Revelation. He was initially set to describe for both US and UK from Seasons 12 to 14, yet pulled back from it for obscure reasons.

In 2009, Brosnan completed the generally welcomed The Professional writer, playing a disrespected English PM, coordinated and created by Roman Polanski. The film won a Silver Bear at the Berlin Global Film Celebration. He featured as Charles Hawkins in the film ReIn February 2013, Brosnan was granted privileged support of the Dublin College Players society at Trinity School, Dublin. He additionally featured inverse Owen Wilson in No Way out, playing a “gallant government specialist”. Brosnan was slated to star in Last Man Out, a wrongdoing movie adjusted from Stuart Neville’s tale titled The Twelve (discharged as Apparitions of Belfast in the US) by Craig Ferguson and Ted Mulkerin, with chief Terry Credit in charge. In any case, it never worked out as expected after years being developed, and Brosnan is never again connected to the generation.

In 2013, Brosnan showed up in TV plugs as a flippant rendition of himself to advance the dispatch of Sky Broadband in Ireland. In 2005, Brosnan was accounted for to star in The November Man, an adjustment of Bill Granger’s epic, There Are No Covert Operatives. be that as it may, the task was dropped in 2007. After its crossing out, Brosnan’s creation organization, “Irish DreamTime” revived The November Man in 2012 with a declaration made on his part that he was hopping back to the covert operative field. The shooting occurred in Serbia a year later, with Brosnan in real life as a resigned CIA employable called Devereaux, nearby co-star Olga Kurylenko in a supporting job. The film was gotten contrarily, with a 34% on Spoiled Tomatoes and a 38/100 on Metacritic. In 2015, he showed up close by Milla Jovovich in tension spine chiller motion picture composed by Phil Shelby, called Survivor, which started shooting in January 2014, with Charles and Irwin Winkler creating, and James McTeigue coordinating. Brosnan later featured in a vengeance spine chiller called I.T., which was discharged in September 2016, in a restricted discharge and through video on interest.

Brosnan supplanted entertainer Sam Neill in the job of Eli McCullough in a TV miniseries adjustment of Philipp Meyer’s tale The Child, with Kevin Murphy filling in as both official maker and showrunner of a ten-scene miniseries, which started creation in June 2016 and publicized in 2017. In 2017, Brosnan featured in The Outsider, inverse Jackie Chan, as a previous IRA man turned government official, Liam Hennessy. The Outsider was taped in London and was coordinated by Martin Campbell, who recently worked with Brosnan on his introduction James Bond film, GoldenEye. It was noticed that Brosnan’s character looked to some extent like Sinn Féin pioneer Gerry Adams.

In 2018, Brosnan co-featured with Fellow Pearce and Minnie Driver in a secret thrill-ride film called Turning Man, in light of George Harrar’s tale of a similar name. He later repeated his job as Sam Carmichael in the continuation of Catherine Johnson’s Mamma Mia!, entitled Mamma Mia! Here We Go Once more, alongside the remainder of the cast individuals from the main film. He additionally had a supporting job in the activity spine chiller featured by Dave Bautista in Conclusive Score.

part Me and as Chiron in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Criminal, both discharged in 2010. In 2012, Brosnan assumed the job of Philip in the Danish lighthearted comedy Love Is All You Need.

Pierce Brosnan Upcoming Roles

Brosnan will work together with executive Martin Campbell for the third time on one more film, which itself is an adjustment of an Ernest Hemingway epic, Over the Waterway and into the Trees, wherein Brosnan will assume the job of a resigned American armed force colonel, Richard Cantwell. While the venture is to be sure the following one on both of their calendars, in any case, Campbell disclosed that at a certain point, the generation was nearly racked because of monetary issues.

He later joined Jamie Dornan and Cillian Murphy for a movie venture dependent on the occasions of The Labyrinth Jail Departure, titled H-Square which is to be coordinated by Jim Sheridan. At first, taping was to start at some point in August 2017 preceding getting delayed to Walk 2018 because of booking clashes with individuals from the cast. Notwithstanding, starter creation on the film is yet to initiate.

Nearby Jesse Eisenberg and Vanessa Redgrave, Brosnan is set to show up in a verifiable period piece dependent on a novel by Jonathan Miles, entitled The Disaster area of The Medusa, set against the setting of the mid-nineteenth century during Ruler Louis XVIII’s reign in France, with the movie to be coordinated by Subside Webber.

In July 2017, talk started that Brosnan was connected to an up and coming computer game entitled Shadow Stalkers, a shared task driven by 3D Domains and ZOOM Stage. In spite of the fact that, his job stays undisclosed starting at yet.

On 12 February 2019, it was declared that Brosnan would star in a heist movie entitled The Loners, coordinated by Renny Harlin. Taping started not long after.

At Star Wars Festivity 2019 in Chicago, a painting was uncovered demonstrating a craftsman’s rendering of Amazing Naval commander Thrawn with a solid similarity to Brosnan, powering theory about a forthcoming job in the Star Wars establishment.

Pierce Brosnan Malibu mansion

On February 11, 2015, Brosnan’s $18 million Malibu mansion caught fire, sustaining $1 million in damages. During the 30 minutes it took firefighters to extinguish the fire, flames destroyed the contents of the garage, including Brosnan’s 2002 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish, and spread to a bedroom above it, though no injuries were sustained.

Pierce Brosnan 007

In 1994, Brosnan became the fifth actor to portray secret agent James Bond in the Eon Productions film series, starring in four films from 1995 to 2002 (GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day). He lent his likeness for Bond in the video games GoldenEye 007, The World Is Not Enough, James Bond 007: Nightfire and James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, providing his voice for the latter. During this period, he also took the lead in other films including the epic disaster-adventure film Dante’s Peak (1997) and the remake of the heist film The Thomas Crown Affair (1999). Since leaving the role of Bond, he has starred in such films as the musical/romantic comedy Mamma Mia! (2008), the Roman Polanski-directed political thriller The Ghost Writer (2010) and the action spy thriller The November Man (2014).

Pierce Brosnan Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was announced on May 19, 2017, with a planned release date of July 20, 2018. It was written and directed by Ol Parker. It was announced that Seyfried, Cooper, Streep, Firth, and Brosnan would be returning. Pierce portrayed the role of Sam Carmichael, Sophie’s possible father, and an architect.

Pierce Brosnan Movies

2018 Spinning Man as Det. Robert Malloy
2018 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again as Sam Carmichael
2018 Final Score as Dimitri Belov
2017 The Only Living Boy in New York as Ethan Webb
2017 The Foreigner as Liam Hennessy
2016 Urge as Daemon Sloane/The Man
2016 I.T. as Mike Regan
2015 Some Kind of Beautiful as Richard Haig
2015 Survivor as The Watchmaker
2015 No Escape as Hammond
2015 A Christmas Star as Mr. Shepherd
2014 The Love Punch as Richard Jones
2014 A Long Way Down as Martin Sharp
2014 The November Manas Peter Devereaux
2013 Love Is All You Need as Phillip
2013 The World’s End as Guy Shephard
2011 Salvation Boulevard as Dan Day
2011 I Don’t Know How She Does It as Jack Abelhammer
2010 The Ghost Writer as Adam Lang
2010 Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief as Chiron
2010 Remember Me as Charles Hawkins
2010 Oceans as Narrator
2009 The Greatest as Allen Brewer
2008 Mamma Mia! as Sam Carmichael
2008 Thomas & Friends The Great Discovery as US & UK “Guest Narrator”
2007 Butterfly on a Wheel as Tom Ryan
2007 Married Life as Richard Langley
2006 Seraphim Falls as Gideon
2005 The Matador as Julian Noble
2004 After the Sunset as Max Burdett
2004 Laws of Attraction as Daniel Rafferty
2002 Die Another Day as James Bond
2002 Evelyn as Desmond Doyle
2001 The Tailor of Panama as Andrew Osnard
1999 Grey Owl as Archibald “Grey Owl” Belaney
1999 The Match as John MacGhee
1999 The Thomas Crown Affair as Thomas Crown
1999 The World Is Not Enough as James Bond
1998 Quest for Camelot as King Arthur
1998 The Nephew as Joe Brady
1997 Robinson Crusoe as Robinson Crusoe
1997 Dante’s Peak as Harry Dalton
1997 Tomorrow Never Dies as James Bond
1996 Mars Attacks! as Professor Donald Kessler
1996 The Mirror Has Two Faces as Alex
1995 Night Watch as Michael ‘Mike’ Graham
1995 GoldenEye as James Bond
1994 Love Affair as Ken Allen
1994 Don’t Talk to Strangers as Douglas Patrick Brody
1993 Mrs. Doubtfire as Stuart “Stu” Dunmire
1993 Death Train (aka Detonator) as Michael “Mike” Graham
1993 Entangled as Garavan
1993 The Broken Chain as Sir William Johnson
1992 The Lawnmower Man as Lawrence Angelo
1992 Live Wire as Danny O’Neill
1991 Murder 101 as Charles Lattimore
1991 Victim of Love as Paul Tomlinson
1990 Mister Johnson as Harry Rudbeck
1989 The Heist as Neil Skinner
1988 The Deceivers as William Savage
1987 Taffin as Mark Taffin
1987 The Fourth Protocol as Valeri Petrofsky/James Edward Ross
1986 Nomads as Jean Charles Pommier
1980 The Long Good Friday as 1st Irishman
1980 The Mirror Crack’d as Actor playing “Jamie”
1979 Murphy’s Stroke as Edward O’Grady
TBA The King’s Daughter as King Louis XIV
TBA The Misfits as Richard Pace
TBA False Positive

Pierce Brosnan Tv Show

2017–2019 The Son as Eli McCullough
2011 Bag of Bones as Mike Noonan
2001 Saturday Night Live as Himself
2001 The Simpsons as Ultra House 300 as Pierce Brosnan
1989 Around the World in 80 Days as Phileas Fogg
1988 Noble House as Ian Dunross
1982–1987 Remington Steele as Alias “Remington Steele”
1982 Play for Today as Dennis
1981 Manions of America as Rory O’Manion
1980 Hammer House of Horror as the Last Victim
1980 The Professionals as Surveillance operator

Pierce Brosnan James Bond Movies

2002 Die Another Day as James Bond
1999 The World Is Not Enough as James Bond
1997 Tomorrow Never Dies as James Bond
1995 GoldenEye as James Bond

Pierce Brosnan Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $80 million.

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