Pierce Brosnan young
May 16, 1953
6 ft 2 in | 188 cm
88 kg | 194 lbs
42 in | 107 cm
11 US | 44 EU
34 in | 86 cm
Pierce Brendan Brosnan was born in Drogheda, County Louth, Ireland, on May 16, 1953, is an Irish actor. Young Pierce Brosnan first started performing during his years at the Drama Centre London in school theater productions.
He began his professional acting career on stage, in a play Wait Until Dark (1976). He landed his first big break as McCabe in a play "The Red Devil Battery Sign" in 1977.
He made his big screen debut in British gangster film The Long Good Friday (1980) in role as 1st Irishman.
He got his television debut in the British series: Hammer House of Horror (1980) in episode "Carpathian Eagle" and The Professionals (1980) in episode "Blood Sports".
Pierce's breakthrough role came as Special Agent Ben Pearson / Remington Steele in NBC television series Remington Steele (1982–1987).
False Positive (2020) horror, opposite Ilana Glazer, Justin Theroux and Sophia Bush
The King's Daughter (2020) action adventure fantasy in role as King Louis XIV, with Kaya Scodelario and Benjamin Walker
The Misfits (2020) action heist in role as Richard Pace, opposite Tim Roth, Nick Cannon and Jamie Chung
He portrayed secret agent James Bond in four films:
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Die Another Day (2002)
He played Sam Carmichael in jukebox musical romantic comedy movies:
Mamma Mia! (2008)
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018)
He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for his role as Julian Noble in dark comedy movie The Matador (2005).
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) drama comedy opposite Robin Williams and Sally Field
The Ghost Writer (2010) political thriller opposite Ewan McGregor
Mars Attacks! (1996) comic science fiction directed by Tim Burton
The Thomas Crown Affair (1999) heist opposite Rene Russo and Faye Dunaway
Seraphim Falls (2006) Western opposite Liam Neeson and Anjelica Huston
The Tailor of Panama (2001) spy thriller opposite Jamie Lee Curtis and Daniel Radcliffe
Remember Me (2010) romantic drama opposite Robert Pattinson and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
After the Sunset (2004) action comedy opposite Salma Hayek and Woody Harrelson
Dante's Peak (1997) disaster thriller opposite Linda Hamilton
Shattered (2007) drama crime opposite Gerard Butler
Nomads (1986) horror with Lesley-Anne Down and Adam Ant
Laws of Attraction (2004) romantic comedy opposite Julianne Moore
The Foreigner (2017) action thriller with Jackie Chan
No Escape (2015) action thriller opposite Owen Wilson
The November Man (2014) action spy thriller opposite Olga Kurylenko
A Long Way Down (2014) black comedy opposite Imogen Poots, Aaron Paul and Rosamund Pike
Robinson Crusoe (1997) adventure survival drama opposite William Takaku
Salvation Boulevard (2011) thriller mystery with Jennifer Connelly, Marisa Tomei and Ed Harris
Survivor (2015) spy thriller opposite Milla Jovovich
Some Kind of Beautiful (2014) romantic comedy with Salma Hayek and Jessica Alba
Final Score (2018) action thriller opposite Dave Bautista
Spinning Man (2018) thriller with Guy Pearce and Minnie Driver
He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance as Robert Gould Shaw in biography drama miniseries Nancy Astor (1982).
Manions of America (1981) miniseries in role as Rory O'Manion
He portrayed Special Agent Ben Pearson / Remington Steele in NBC television series Remington Steele (1982–1987) in 94 episodes.
Noble House (1988) NBC miniseries in role as Ian Dunross
Around the World in 80 Days (1989) NBC miniseries in role as Phileas Fogg
Bag of Bones (2011) mystery drama miniseries in role as Mike Noonan
The Son (2017-2019) western drama television series in role as Eli McCullough
Attended St Anne's Primary School, Navan.
Graduated from the Drama Centre London in 1975.
Studied under Yat Malmgren, a dancer and drama teacher.
He is the only child.
Performed a fire eating act in a circus at a young age.
Fan of Doctor Who (1963).
Close friends with Barbra Streisand and Meryl Streep.
Has dual citizenship, Irish and American.
The first film that he watched was 007 movie Goldfinger (1964), at the age of 12.
Became an American citizen in 2004.
Formed production company, Irish DreamTime in 1996.
He is claustrophobic.
Fan of Fulham Football Club.
Supporter of gay adoption, gun control and protecting the environment.
Ambassador for UNICEF Ireland.
Lives in Navan, County Meath, Ireland.
He was married to Australian actress Cassandra Harris (1980-1991), they had one son together, Sean also Christopher and Charlotte from Cassandra's first marriage.
He married American journalist Keely Shaye Smith in 2001, they have two sons together, Dylan and Paris.
He dated Kathryn Kinley (1993-1994), Tatjana Patitz (1993), Julianne Phillips (1992-1993) and Barbara Orbison (1989).
I was aware that I was not getting the good acting roles because I was either too handsome, too pretty or whatever. I was being judged in ways that left me nowhere to go. You have to be patient.
I've been identified with James Bond or Thomas Crown for so long; suave, elegant, sophisticated men in suits. it's like you've been giving the same performance for 20 years.
Acting allows me to explore new worlds, to discover characters by delving into their lives, and ultimately to become someone else entirely.
James Bond is one of those heroes that all guys feel they could actually be like.
I paint landscapes, figuratives. I painted all my life. In fact, I started as a commercial artist.
I think that all the films I've ever made are personal, even James Bond, because it's so much of myself, so much of who I am as a man and as an actor. You have to invest yourself in every character that you portray.
When I found acting, or when acting found me, it was a liberation. It was a stepping stone into another life, away from a life that I had, and acting was something I was good at, something which was appreciated. That was a great satisfaction in my life.
I have not had any plastic surgery in any shape or form. No implants. And my hair is not dyed.