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PIERCE BROSNAN (Desmond Doyle, Producer) is perhaps best known for reinvigorating the popularity of the James Bond franchise, putting his stamp on 007 in the superhits Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough. Brosnan's three Bond films have brought in significantly more than a billion dollars at the box-office. But Brosnan also commands respect as one of film's most varied, adventurous, and skilled dramatic actors. He recently expanded the range of his filmwork by launching his own production company, Irish DreamTime, with his production partner Beau St. Clair. Their first feature was the acclaimed The Nephew. Brosnan also produced and starred in the company's first studio project, The Thomas Crown Affair, which became a huge critical and box office hit.

Brosnan was most recently seen in John Boorman's film of the John LeCarre novel The Tailor of Panama. During his career, the London stage-trained actor has also starred in such films as Beresford's Mr. Johnson and Sir Richard Attenborough's Grey Owl, and has shown his comedic skill in such films as The Mirror Has Two Faces, Mrs. Doubtfire, Mars Attacks and Love Affair. Other film credits include The Fourth Protocol, Lawnmower Man, Nomads, and Dante's Peak. He recently earned the Empire Award (a major British acknowledgment) as Best Actor of 1999. He was also named "The Sexiest Man Alive" in People's 2001 poll.

Brosnan was born in County Meath, Ireland, where he lived until the age of 11 when his family moved to London. It was there he grew into his craft, studying acting at the Drama Center for three years after some preliminary workshops in experimental theatre. He was introduced to the workshops by a fellow employee at a studio where he worked as an illustrator. After school he went straight into a job as an acting assistant stage manager at the York Theatre Royal, and it was six months later that Tennessee Williams selected Pierce to create the role of McCabe in the British premiere of Red Devil Battery Sign. Brosnan also starred in other London stage productions, such as Zeffirelli's Filumena and Wait Until Dark at the York.

Now well trained in both classical drama and character comedies, being selected as the lead in the American miniseries The Manions of America brought Brosnan his first U.S. critical acclaim. Nancy Astor, a thirteen-part television series for the BBC, earned him a Golden Globe nomination. Brosnan was then catapulted to international stardom in the title role of the Remington Steele series. Other television work includes such top-rated miniseries as Around the World in Eighty Days and Noble House.

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