"James Bond" star Pierce Brosnan watched from the street as a fire burned at his Malibu, California, home Wednesday night, damaging a bedroom and garage.
The fire started in a garage of the residence in the 31000 block of Broad Beach Road around 9:48 p.m, then extended into one of the rooms in the house, Los Angeles County Fire Department said.
It took 50 firefighters around 40 minutes to fully extinguish the blaze. No injuries were reported.
When asked by a photographer at the scene what had happened, Brosnan, 61, replied, "What do you think is going on."
The property's garage burned and smoke damage was reported in one bedroom, firefighters said. Details regarding a cause were not immediately available.
Best known for his time as "Bond," the Irishman initially rose to fame in 1980s television series "Remington Steele" and was last seen in 2014 spy thriller "The November Man."