Pierce Brosnan bears an uncanny resemblance to Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams during filming in London
Published 14/01/2016 | 08:24
Pierce Brosnan bore an uncanny resemblance to Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams during filming in London on Thursday.
The actor was seen sporting a white beard and greying hair for a day of filming in London for the thriller based on Stephen Leather's novel The Chinaman.
The Navan-born star is playing ex-IRA member turned government official Liam Hennessy in the upcoming movie.
The, as-of-yet, untitled project sees Brosnan pair up with director Martin Campbell, 20 years after they worked together on Goldeneye.
The movie will also star Jackie Chan as a restaurant owner in London's Chinatown who singlehandedly attempts to track down a group of Irish terrorists responsible for the death of his daughter.
Brosnan publicly mourned the death of his long-term producing partner Beau St. Clair's death on Instagram Monday, posting a photograph of them together.
Ms St. Clair died on January 9, 2016 in her Malibu home after a 10-year battle with ovarian cancer.
The caption said: "Farewell my Darling Beau Marie... We made memories in the movies we made, and a deep friendship in the life we shared...into the Dreamtime you go now...love and always love..."