Do you remember 'Remington Steele'? Here's what the 'ladies-man' is up to today
Pierce Brosnan stole the heart of many ladies when he played Remington Steele. It was his big break and it paved the way for his reputation as a “ladies man.”
With his good looks, it didn’t come as a surprise that many fans swooned over the actor. Brosnan was a natural babe-magnet back in the day.
Nowadays, Brosnan is no longer known as such. He is now popular for being the sweetest husband to his wife, Keely Shaye Smith.
Recently, the pair celebrated 25 years of being together.
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Before he was cast as James Bond, Brosnan first became known as the criminal-turned-detective, Remington Steele.
The series, which began in 1982 and ended in 1987, was about a female detective named Laura Holt who ran the Remington Steele Detective Agency.
Because Remington Steele was not a real person, Holt had to find a man who will act as his male boss to make an impression on her sexist clients.
Eventually, she met Brosnan’s character, a con artist who pretended to be Steele.
Throughout the series, the pair worked together and, later on, fell in love.
Years have passed since then. Now, Brosnan has maintained a loving and lasting relationship with his wife.
He has always been very open in expressing his love for Smith. He doesn’t shy away from public displays of affection as well. In fact, the happily married couple were previously spotted enjoying a pleasant bike ride together in Malibu, California.
The Daily Mail shared photos of Brosnan and Smith holding hands as they pedaled away.
After 17 years of marriage, the couple is one of the strongest relationships in the industry.
Brosnan often gushes about his wife. In the past, he spoke about her, saying, “I love her vitality, her passion. She has this strength that I wouldn’t be able to live without. When Keely looks at me, I go weak.”
The actor gets his strength from Smith. He once shared that she had helped him in dealing with his depression after losing his first wife and daughter to cancer.