Pierce Brosnan’s sons are all grown up and they look even more handsome than their star dad
He seems very proud of his children and frequently shares their images on social media.
As reported by Little Things, former Bond actor Pierce Brosnan's youngest sons, 20-year-old Dylan and 16-year-old Paris, have inherited their father's looks and have embarked on a modeling career.
Dylan's agents IMG Models have bagged him projects for GQ, Vogue, and Burberry. He is also a part of Raspberry Blonde, a band based in Los Angeles.
Paris began his journey into the modeling industry with a contract with Next Models. He has worked for numerous international companies including Vanity Teen.
Brosnan met his second wife, journalist Keeley Shaye Smith, in 1994. The couple got married in 2001. The couple is still married and proudly share the photos of their children via social media.
Pierce married his first wife, Cassandra Harris, in 1980. They had one son together, Sean. 34-year-old Sean followed his father's footsteps and began his career as an actor by bagging small roles in films and TV.
Brosnan also adopted Harris' two children from her previous marriage, Charlotte and Chris, after the couple tied the knot. Harris lost her life battling ovarian cancer in 1991.
Brosnan was born in Ireland on May 16, 1953, to Thomas Brosnan and May Smith. Thomas was a carpenter by profession. He abandoned the family when Pierce was just an infant.
When Brosnan turned 4, his mother moved in with her parents in London and started to earn a livelihood by working as a nurse. Brosnan was mostly raised by his grandparents, Philip and Kathleen Smith.
When his grandparents died, Brosnan lived with his aunt and uncle. He later was sent to a boarding house. He left school to pursue arts at the age of 16 and later worked for the circus.
Eventually, Brosnan found his passion in acting and worked in plays and movies. He made his mark in show business after getting the role of James Bond.
He acted in four installments of the franchise Golden Eye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, and Die Another Day from 1995 to 2004.
After retiring from the role, he starred in other notable films including Ghost Writer, Mamma Mia!, The November Man and The Foreigner.