Pierce Brosnan is witty, charming, cute "as per Frances Fisher in the film", and above all, incredibly gifted in this role.
When you watch him here, you are reminded of the films of David Niven or Cary Grant, and that is no mean comparison coming from someone who sorely laments the lost of such talents.
This led him to enrolling in acting at the He was born in Ireland to two Catholic parents.
Despite the social pressures of religion, Brosnan continued having faith and being a Catholic.
During his time as Bond, Brosnan had some of the most emotional and downright incredible moments, many of which are listed below, but when burst on the screen it was the first time I remember feeling like there was finally a modern Bond that connected on a personal and relevant level, while remaining faithful to Bond’s rich history.
A love of Bond aside, the choices below reflect a diverse career that saw him take multiple chances at the height of his career, with some fine results.
He holds many liberal views and considers himself an activist. At the age of 11 he was a whopping six feet tall and even became a victim to bullies.
He is big in the preservation of the Earth and has done a lot to save the oceans and whales. Pierce admits he has a big fear of being trapped and is very claustrophobic.
It’s a subject that utterly fascinates me, especially in the context of action movies.
He dreamed to be a painter when he was in his mid teens and then he joined Saint Martin's School of Art where he took painting classes.
Later on he became fascinated in acting and began learning acting in Drama Centre London. He was also raised in London where he attended Elliott School.
Julianne Moore comes up to Pierce brilliantly, and you could see this film occurring thirty years ago, starring Grant and Hepburn.
Julianne's character is the perfect foil for Brosnan's in this delightful duel of the sexes.