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Pierce Brosnan Writes An Emotional Letter For His Son’s Achievement

Pierce Brosnan Writes An Emotional Letter For His Son’s Achievement

James Bond of once upon a time, Pierce Brosnan has posted a special photo with his son “Dylan Brosnan” on Instagram page.

He is living to happiness due to his son’s achievement, because his son Dylan will be an assistant of director from after today.

And Pierce wrote a sweet letter for his son, you can read here:

“My darling son Dylan with the Boss, the great one, Bruce Springsteen… Dylan is assistant to the director #ThomZimnyon the making of various music videos this summer. To say I’m a proud dad is an understatement, I have been a devoted fan of Bruce Springsteen since Born to Run came out in 1975 .

I left drama school ( the Drama Centre ) in 76 …got my first job straight out the door at York Theatre Royal as acting Asm (assistant stage manager) spent six months there. And then was out of work for the next six months. I would get up in the morning make some coffee and put on Born to Run and start writing letters to various theaters up and down the country looking for work.

His music has carried me though some low times and heady times. When I got married to Keely in Ireland Bruce and Patti made a disc of their song “should I fall behind wait for me” that was our first dance that magical night under an Irish full moon and the fireworks that lit up the night sky. And here now is our son Dylan standing shoulder to shoulder with his dads hero. The boss. Love life.”

You can see the post below:

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My darling son Dylan with the Boss, the great one, Bruce Springsteen… Dylan is assistant to the director #ThomZimny on the making of various music videos this summer. To say I’m a proud dad is an understatement, I have been a devoted fan of Bruce Springsteen since Born to Run came out in 1975 . I left drama school ( the Drama Centre ) in 76 …got my first job straight out the door at York Theatre Royal as acting Asm (assistant stage manager) spent six months there. And then was out of work for the next six months. I would get up in the morning make some coffee and put on Born to Run and start writing letters to various theaters up and down the country looking for work. His music has carried me though some low times and heady times. When I got married to Keely in Ireland Bruce and Patti made a disc of their song “should I fall behind wait for me” that was our first dance that magical night under an Irish full moon and the fireworks that lit up the night sky. And here now is our son Dylan standing shoulder to shoulder with his dads hero. The boss. Love life.

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