Dwayne Bernard Hickman is best known for his ‘’teenager” roles on TV sitcoms. He played the nephew on the NBC series The Bob Commings Show (1955-1959), and the title character in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis on the CBS network (1959-1963). Hickman debuted as a child actor at age 6.
From left: Dobie (Dwayne Hickman) and Maynard (Bob Denver)
Following a stage acting career, Pierce Brendan Brosnan rose to popularity in the NBC television series Remington Steele from 1982 to 1987. He also appeared in Mrs. Doubtfier in 1993 and became the fifth actor to portray agent James Bond in four 007 films between 1995 and 2002.