Top ten movies of famous Hollywood actor: Pierce Brosnan

Popular James Bond of Hollywood Pierce Brosnan

Born Pierce Brendan Brosnan on 5/16/1953 in Ireland, Brosnan became a US citizen in 2004. Now with a long history of playing the debonair male heartthrob on both television and in film, he is still a hot ticket at the box office. Best known perhaps for his reprisal of two roles made famous by British actor, Roger Moore i.e. James Bond and The Saint, Brosnan’s smooth style have won him a loyal standing of fans amongst movie goers.

His first roles relied as much on Peirce’s good looks as his talent. As he has aged, his roles have become more challenging. It has been nice watching him evolve and emerge as a solid actor with good range and great charisma.

Those same good looks that keep him in the leading man category also prevent him from expanding his repertoire and adding a villain. His best effort, in Mamma Mia, got nothing but criticism. Fortunately for Brosnan, his looks seem to be holding up quite nicely.

Pierce Brosnan won a Saturn Award for his performance in his second Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies and an Empire Award for Best Actor in his third stint as 007, in The World is not Enough. He was nominated for a golden globe for the Matador, but didn’t win.

Selected filmography of Pierce Brosnan: The top ten Hollywood movies of Pierce Brosnan are in:

  • Tomorrow Never Dies
  • The World Is Not Enough
  • Golden Eye
  • Die Another Day
  • The Thomas Crown Affair
  • Dante’s Peak
  • Laws of Attraction
  • The Matador
  • The Grey Owl
  • Mamma Mia

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One Comment

  1. Zain
    Posted February 4, 2011 at 7:28 pm | Permalink

    Golden Eye was Pierce’s best film! 🙂

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