Pierce Brosnan: ‘Faith has helped me survive a great loss. I am a Catholic. The Church plays a big part in my life. ” Actor to sing again in “Mama Mia 2”

“No one can escape from suffering, that is life”

Irish actor Pierce Brosnan, who is due to sing again  second musical release of “Mamma Mia”  and  known worldwide  for his role as legendary secret agent James Bond, recently explained to the media that he managed to survive psychically two major life tragedies – the death of his adopted daughter Charlotte, who died of cancer, and the death of her first wife, Cassandre Harris, who in 1991 also lost her struggle with the bad illness.

“Faith helped me. I am a Catholic. The Church plays a big part in my life. Prayer plays a big part in my life, “Brosnan replied to the media question and added,

“Faith is the only thing you have left when you feel that your heart is just a black hole at four in the morning, and the burden of the whole world is on your shoulders. No one can escape the suffering. It’s life, “the actor explained.

Asked by the leader how to maintain faith, Brosnan said that faith can sometimes be lost but that man must be strong to find it again. To him, as he said, the children who were relying on him were helped by those wandering, and for which he was strong enough to find faith again.

Otherwise, Pierce Brosnan and her other husband, Keely Shaye Smith, keep a quiet life in Hawaii.

Pierce Brosnan is primed to sing again in ‘Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again!’

The rugged Irish actor, 64, known as 007 James Bond, made waves and attracted the ire of vocal purists as ABBA-singing Sam Carmichael in the 2008 smash musical hit Mamma Mia!

But now that Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! is underway for a 2018 summer release date, Brosnan says he’s undaunted, unbowed and ready to belt out ABBA tunes again for the sequel.

“I’m looking forward to it enormously. It was criminal how much fun we had the first time,” Brosnan tells USA TODAY. “I think the world is ready for Mamma Mia 2, and I believe the world is ready to hear me sing once more.

“He says that tongue firmly in cheek,” Brosnan adds quickly. “Maybe that was my problem, my tongue was firmly in my cheek when I was singing.”