Former "James Bond" star Pierce Brosnan fears he let down 007 fans, because he never lived up to his iconic predecessors Sir Sean Connery and Sir Roger Moore.
Brosnan played the super spy four times before Daniel Craig replaced him in 2004, for Bond's "Casino Royale" and sequel "Quantum of Solace."
But the Irish actor is convinced his portrayal isn't a memorable part of the franchise.
He tells VeniceMag.com, "I never felt that I really nailed it. There was always a hint of Sean Connery and Roger Moore that was so indelible in my own mind. It's a prestigious group to be in the company of."