James Bond circa 1995 could've looked a whole lot different if Pierce Brosnan had stuck with his original occupation. The actor reveals he first wanted to be an artist, and still enjoys practicing the craft today!
"I paint landscapes, figuratives. I painted all my life. In fact, I started as a commercial artist," Pierce says in a new interview. And given his opinion on movie roles these days, the 61-year-old may still want to change career paths.
"Movies are somewhat diminished by blockbusters, which are great, but there's not enough choice," the Ireland-native shares, instead saying, "TV is such a provocative, stimulating ground right now."
So will Pierce be following in the footsteps of Halle Berry, Claire Danes and Kevin Spacey, then? We'll just have to wait and see!
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The signer has said he hoped to overcome his fear of dying by working at a cemetery.
After joining a traveling circus at the age of 15, Christopher was in charge of Sheba the lion, who he called very old and "really more like a dog."
"Essentially, I had to move furniture around sweaty, naked people. It wasn't a great job but the money was useful," the Mad Men star has said. "I had to get by — I wanted to be an actor."
"When I was younger, the money was great," she said. "See now, people would know my voice."
When the Grey's Anatomy actor was 15, he competed in the International Jugglers' Association competition and placed second.
The Rolling Stones frontman carried around luggage at the Bexley Mental Hospital while he was a student at the London School of Economics.
Pierce spoke with the New York Daily News.
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