Pierce Brosnan’s Son, Dylan, Is A Model – Did He Get James Bond’s Looks? [PHOTOS]
Dec 15, 2014 11:25 AM EST | By Victoria Guerra
Although he hasn't been James Bond for over a decade, the actor who played MI6 agent 007 continues to be one of the most handsome men in Hollywood - and now Pierce Brosnan's son Dylan is here to show that he definitely inherited his dad's famous good looks!
For the Irish actor, life has been tough: he lost his first wife, Cassandra Harris, to ovarian cancer in 1991, following a years-long battle with the disease. Only last year, in 2013, his daughter Charlotte (Cassandra's biological daughter, whom he adopted) also died of the same illness that killed her mother, leaving Pierce Brosnan's sons without their sister.
A few years later, Brosnan remarried to Keely Shaye Smith, Dylan's mom, with whom he had him (born in 1997) and younger brother Paris (born in 2001). Now, Dylan, the oldest of Pierce Brosnan's sons with Keely, has decided to take up on his parents on becoming famous, though not through journalism nor acting - but, rather, in modeling!
According to Glamour Magazine, Pierce Brosnan's son has now been called to fashion, as he's a part of a new Yves Saint Laurent campaign, his very first in the field of modeling. He'll be representing the line of tailored menswear and the label's suits - because, of course, if you have James Bond's son modeling for your brand, the obvious step is to clothe him with elegance!
Now, interestingly enough, Pierce Brosnan's son Dylan will not be the only son of a celebrity that will be joining in the brand for a new campaign: according to The Daily Mail, Val Kilmer's son, Jack, will also be a part of the campaign - funnily enough, this would mean that the sons of Batman and James Bond will be working together!
In any case, Dylan Brosnan looks like a handsome man to look out for, with the killing looks of his Irish star dad! Currently, the 17 year-old teen is studying film in California, according to Hollywood Life.
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