James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan has been added to the number of celebrities who have lost their homes to the California fires. 

Irish actor Pierce Brosnan looked emotional on Tuesday as he returned to the site of his destroyed home which has been devastated by the California Woolsey fire. The 65-year-old James Bond star appeared to grimace as he exited his car to survey the remnants of the home which he has shared for 25 years with his wife Keeley Shaye Smith. 

His wife accompanied him, wearing a mask covering her mouth from the smoke that still hovers over the burnt district. 

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Pierce Brosnan Looks Emotional After Returning to Malibu Home Damaged in Woolsey Fire https://t.co/omWjd1ZCPm

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The Woolsey fire is just one of three currently raging through California, taking homes of the likes of Miley Cyrus and Gerard Butler. On Thursday morning it was still only 57% contained after ravaging through 98,362 acres. 

Later on Tuesday, Brosnan appeared with Coldplay's Chris Martin in a Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors appeal in which he pleaded with them to send the community aid. 

“I have witnessed many fires in my community and personally experienced the devastation of those fires up close and personal,” he said.

“But none as catastrophic as the events that have taken place in our community these past five days and nights. The lives of many friends and neighbors have been turned to ash.

“We have watched as our firefighters and police force have battled with overwhelming courage of heart and conviction to save our homes and our lives and conditions that have tested their resolve to the limits,” he continued, before asking the L.A. County Board of Supervisors “to do everything in your power to save our community.”

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Pierce Brosan speaking at the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors pleading for the authorities to send aid to the communities effected.CSPAN