Pierce Brosnan bears an uncanny resemblance to Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams during filming in London
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..."