Pierce Brosnan on turning 60: 'I feel comfortable in my own skin'
In his new film, "Love Is All You Need," Remington Steele -- we mean James Bond -- er, Pierce Brosnan plays "a widower who still blames the world for the loss of his wife," according to IMDB. But Brosnan himself -- who married Keely Shaye Smith 12 years ago after the death of his first wife -- is far from bitter about age, loss or anything else, from the sound of things.
Brosnan visited the "Today" show this week, and opened up about his upcoming 60th birthday. "Some days it rattles and shakes in there psychically, but ultimately I feel nothing but a great gift of life. There's nothing to prove. I feel comfortable in my own skin," he said.
"I love what I do, and I had a bit of luck, and I'm still driven and I turn 60 here next month and I'm very much aware of my time and life and just have nothing but … humble gratitude for being an actor; it's a very capricious game."