Liam Brosnan

Liam Brosnan

Liam enjoys engaging in lively debate, and has firm opinions of his own. Tell him yours and he’ll gladly discuss the matter with you.

Liam works closely with external valuers, financial analysts, and asset managers to assist Plenary’s fund management function. He has experience working on various PPPs and core-style infrastructure opportunities.

Early Life and Education

Brosnan was born in Navan, County Meath, Ireland and raised by his mother after his father abandoned them when he was young. At 11, he moved to London where he attended Elliott School in Putney – south-west London.

He later relocated to the US and rose to fame through his role on NBC’s Remington Steele series as a private investigator, later beginning an impressive film career.

He has long been an advocate for environmental causes, speaking at news conferences to advocate for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test Ban Treaty and selling NFTs of his work focusing on sustainability and artist empowerment. Currently residing between California, Hawai’i and Ireland – and supporting various charitable projects and causes through volunteering – he remains active as an environmentalist advocate.

Professional Career

Pierce Brendan Brosnan is a celebrated British actor, film producer, and director best known for playing James Bond in four films between 1995 and 2002 (GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day). Additionally he appeared in several television shows such as Remington Steele (1982-1987) and Mrs. Doubtfire (1993).

In 2007, Brosnan appeared with fellow Irishman Liam Neeson in Seraphim Falls and received average reviews – with critic Kevin Crust noting their roles as “fine adversaries.” Two years later he reprised this role for Taken 2 (2015) and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018) as Kent Nelson. Additionally he produced multiple films through Irish DreamTime Productions.

Achievement and Honors

Brosnan is well known for his charitable and environmental endeavors. He donated $100,000 to rebuild a playground on Kauai in Hawaii, while profits from his paintings are donated to “environmental, children’s health, and women’s health charities”.

He earned two Golden Globe Award nominations, for the miniseries Nancy Astor (1982) and dark comedy film The Matador (2005), both starring roles. Additionally, he appeared in films like The Ghost Writer, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: Lightning Thief, Mamma Mia! and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again as an actor.

Cinemagic, an organization which works to foster filmmaking and the arts among young people in Northern Ireland, counts him among their members. Furthermore, he serves as patron for their charity film production company. Finally, cricket remains one of his passions.

Personal Life

Brosnan has become well-known as an advocate of same-sex marriage and for his charitable and environmental efforts. He served as an Ambassador for UNICEF Ireland and recorded a television advertisement for them; additionally, he has made donations to various projects including funding a playground on Kauai in Hawaii.

After graduating from the Drama Centre, Brosnan made his theatrical debut in Wait Until Dark at York Theatre Royal. Tennessee Williams took notice and cast him as McCabe in The Red Devil Battery Sign; Williams sent Brosnan a telegram which read, “Thank God for You My Dear Boy”. Brosnan keeps this memento close.

Net Worth

Pierce Brosnan boasts an estimated net worth of $80 Million. As one of five actors to portray James Bond in movies that have grossed more than one billion dollars worldwide, he is best known for his performances in GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1999), The World Is Not Enough (2004) and Die Another Day (2008).

Pierce was raised by his nurse mother and stepfather until they left when he was four years old, leaving his care in the hands of relatives until he moved to London to pursue art as his goal at age 16.

He is an accomplished actor and has appeared in films like the heist flick The Misfits and romantic comedy Mrs. Doubtfire. An avid art enthusiast, he frequently auctions off his paintings to raise funds for charities.

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