Pierce Brosnan and his wife Keely who were feted last week by UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability for their documentary Poisoning Paradise.
Awards season isn’t quite over yet, at least not for Pierce Brosnan and his wife Keely who were feted last week by UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability for their documentary Poisoning Paradise.
A clean-shaven Pierce – he ditched the Gerry Adams-like beard after wrapping season two of the AMC drama The Son – and Keely walked the blue carpet at the party, where they were joined by other notables like William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman and CNN commentator Van Jones.
The Brosnans’ film focuses on toxic pesticide poisoning in Kauai, the Hawaiian island, by the agri-chem industry. The couple, based in Malibu, has owned a holiday home in Hawaii for many years.
In other Pierce news, you may remember we told you a few weeks ago that he was asked by the Indian government to explain his shilling for an Indian mouth freshener that contains an addictive form of tobacco. Pierce recently responded and said the company that hired him never said that the product was addictive.
And even in the midst of all the controversy the 2016 ad caused, Pierce’s ad for Pan Bahar still appears in Indian media.