A fire at the Malibu home of "James Bond" star Pierce Brosnan Wednesday night damaged the actor's garage and left a piles of debris in the driveway.
The fire started in a garage of the residence in the 31000 block of Broad Beach Road around 9:48 p.m, Los Angeles County Fire Department said. A bedroom also sustained minor fire and smoke damage
It took 20 firefighters around 40 minutes to fully extinguish the blaze. No injuries were reported.
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When asked by a photographer at the scene what had happened, Brosnan, 61, replied, "What do you think is going on." The actor stays at the home with his wife and two children.
Arson investigators are at the scene and the cause of the fire could be released later on Thursday.
YouTube user Mr Malibu captured footage of the fire, which he provided to NBC4. Damage was estimated at $1 million.
Best known for his time as "Bond," the Irishman initially rose to fame in 80s television series "Remington Steele" and was last seen in 2014 spy thriller "The November Man."