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Pierce Brosnan
Recognized internationally as one of the most skilled dramatic actors working today, two-time Golden Globe Award nominee Pierce Brosnan starred this year in Roman Polanski’s critically acclaimed film The Ghost Writer and in The Greatest with Susan Sarandon, which premiered to rave reviews at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009. He also starred in Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and Remember Me.

Brosnan’s film credits include Mamma Mia! with Meryl Streep, Married Life with Rachel McAdams and Patricia Clarkson, Seraphim Falls with Liam Neeson, The Matador, for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination, John Boorman’s critically acclaimed The Tailor of Panama, Sir Richard Attenborough’s Grey Owl, The Mirror Has Two Faces with Barbra Streisand, Mrs. Doubtfire with Robin Williams and Bruce Beresford’s Mr. Johnson.

Brosnan is perhaps best known worldwide for his portrayal of James Bond in the box-office blockbusters Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day

In addition to his work in front of the camera, Brosnan has always had an interest in the art of filmmaking. In 1996 he launched his own production company, Irish DreamTime along with producing partner Beau St. Clair. Irish DreamTime has produced seven films to date: The Nephew (1998), The Thomas Crown Affair (1999), Evelyn (2002), Laws of Attraction (2004), The Matador (2005), Shattered (2007) and The Greatest (2010).

Brosnan most recently filmed Salvation Boulevard with Ed Harris and Jennifer Connelly and will star in director Walter Hill’s St. Vincent later this year which Irish DreamTime will also produce.

Entries by Pierce Brosnan

In the Darkened Sea, a Deaf Whale Is a Dead Whale

(16) Comments | Posted March 10, 2014 | 11:23 AM

Is this what it has come to? The most powerful Navy in the world is refusing to protect whales and dolphins during its training and testing operations. Despite all of its resources, innovation, and can-do spirit, the United States Navy says that we must accept the fact that whales, dolphins,...

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Whales Should Not Have to Suffer and Die for Military Practice

(51) Comments | Posted May 8, 2013 | 10:52 AM

The U.S. Navy has new plans for testing and training exercises with sonar and explosives -- and those plans spell disaster for whales.

If the Navy proceeds, more than 1,000 whales and other marine mammals could be killed over the next five years. There will be 5,000 cases of...

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Iceland Won't Stop Whaling Until We Impose Sanctions

(343) Comments | Posted August 5, 2011 | 3:59 PM

When it comes to whaling, Iceland is an international outlaw. Years of global negotiations and declarations have failed utterly to end its illegal slaughter of whales. It's time to send Iceland a message it can't ignore: trade sanctions.

We can make it happen if hundreds of thousands of us speak...

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Mr. President, Don't Give Whalers a License to Kill

(378) Comments | Posted June 7, 2010 | 7:08 PM

Watch the PSA below.

Dear Mr. President,

Is it possible that the Obama Administration will capitulate to a proposed plan that permits Japan, Norway, and Iceland to resume commercial whaling?

As unlikely as it sounds, the answer is yes. The Obama Administration has indeed supported,...

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