Chris Brosnan

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Chris Brosnan
Born Christopher Harris
(1972-11-11) 11 November 1972 (age 42)
Wimbledon, London, England
Nationality British
Occupation Writer, Film - Commercial - Video Director
Known for Assistant Director: The World Is Not Enough, Tomorrow Never Dies, GoldenEye
Relatives Charlotte Brosnan (sister)Deceased

Chris Brosnan (born 11 November 1972) is a British film director, writer, and producer. He was born to Cassandra Harris (1948–91) and producer Dermot Harris (1937–86). Chris is the half-brother of actor Sean Brosnan. He was adopted by his mother's third husband, actor Pierce Brosnan.


Film production[edit]

Brosnan has worked for a number of film companies including MGM, Paramount, and Disney Studios. He created his own film company, Big Nut Productions, in 2008.

Music videos[edit]

Brosnan moved into music video production in 2005, directing videos for new British artists such as The Freestylers, Abi, Jade, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Kill Kineda, and Tricky.


He has directed a number of corporate commercials for brands including NOKIA, Calvin Klein, DKNY, Bonjella, BMW, Senokot.

Assistant director[edit]

Robinson Crusoe, Death Watch, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World is Not Enough, Die Another Day, The Tribe[disambiguation needed], Indian Summer, Man in the Moon, Seraphim Falls, Butterfly on a Wheel.


Brosnan has developed a number of screenplays including: Class, Indian summer, Route 66, The Rider, Man in the Moon, and 16 Thieves.

Current work[edit]

Brosnan is currently working along with his film directing and producing partner Saloum N'Jie, on their script for the upcoming feature 16 Thieves.

Media appearances[edit]

Brosnan was to appear on The Podge and Rodge Show on 13 November 2006. The week before, however, he stood them up due to the scandal surrounding him at the time.[1] Brosnan was caught on camera snorting cocaine in a London nightclub bathroom. [2]

He made a guest appearance in the spring of 2007 on Sir David Frost's Through the Keyhole.

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