Pierce Brosnan's son, Paris, is 17 now and the exact copy of father in his youth
The young Brosnan is now all grown up and has developed the same killer looks that landed his father the role of Hollywood's most dashing spy.
The former "James Bond" star, Pierce Brosnan, and his son, Paris, share a striking resemblance to one another, as is apparent from multiple photographs that have emerged over the internet.
Paris, who will turn 18 years old in February, looks to be following in the footstep of his famous father regarding his handsome physical features.
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Back in 2013, Paris stunned everyone with a similarly shaped face and the signature thick brown hair that was reminiscent of his father in his younger years. Three years later, his features resembling that of Pierce have only become more defined.
One closer look at Paris' jawline would make it apparent just how much of a mirror image he is of his father. The young child star has surely received the same dashing look that made his father one of the most popular James Bonds of all time.
Besides Paris, Pierce also has four other children: 35-year-old Sean Brosnan, 21-year-old Dylan Brosnan, 46-year-old adopted son Christopher Brosnan, and adopted daughter Charlotte, who tragically passed away from ovarian cancer, the same disease that killed her mother, Cassandra Harris.
Paris, the youngest of the brood, has followed his father's footsteps into the entertainment industry but is setting up a career for himself as a runway model rather than an actor.
He made his runway debut when he was just 16, walking for Dolce & Gabbana in Milan. Even that was not his first appearance in the fashion industry, as he had previously appeared in GQ Korea in Prada in October 2017, and on the November issue of Vanity Teen.
The family stepped out together looking fabulous in February 2017, to attend the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival Awards Ceremony at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live in Los Angeles.
They celebrated Pierce's wife Keely Shaye Smith's Best Documentary Film win for her movie, "Poisoning Paradise."
The documentary told the story of the how residents of Kauai revolted against the biotech companies who were destroying their island.