‘Black Adam’ star Pierce Brosnan seemed worlds away from his Hollywood persona when filming a new Ireland movie
Pierce Brosnan is best known for playing suave Secret Service agent James Bond, but he ditched his typical slicked-back strands for something a little more unkempt.
The 69-year-old actor was observed walking on the set of his latest film, “Four Letters of Love,” sporting a grey wig with tendrils falling down to his shoulders.
Brosnan co-stars in the love drama with Helena Bonham Carter and Gabriel Bryne, which is based on Niall Williams’ bestselling novel of the same name.
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Pierce stayed warm by layering a heavy trench coat over a dark blue knit sweater. He placed a scarf around his neck for increased comfort.
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The “Mamma Mia!” diva rocked a pair of forest green fingerless gloves and dark pants.
His salt-and-pepper beard complemented his shoulder-length straight hair.
Brosnan and Bonham Carter will play Nicholas Coughlan (Finn O’Shea) and Isabel Gore’s parents (Ann Skelly).
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“Nicholas and Isabel were meant to be together, but how will they know? As ghosts, fate and the sheer power of true love pull them together, so too does life threaten to tear them apart,” a synopsis described the movie on IMDb.
The “Black Adam” actor was born in Ireland and studied acting in London before migrating to America in the 1980s.
Before landing his first 007 film, “GoldenEye,” he appeared in various stage and screen projects.
The film grossed $350 million worldwide in 1995. He reprised his role as the British agent in “Tomorrow Never Dies” in 1997 and “The World is Not Enough” in 1999.
In 2002, he appeared in “Die Another Day” as 007 for the fourth and final time.