Laurence and Orén Kinlan, the father and son pair of actors, were the next up on the Late Late Show following Tony Christie.

Orén, who at the age of 15 recently starred in Flora and Son alongside Eve Hewson, chatted to Kielty about getting into acting from visiting his dad on the Love/Hate set, his recent film and the time he failed to recognise a massive star on set.

On the show, the teenage actor opened up to the host about a time on set when Pierce Brosnan came to visit, but the young star failed to recognise the Irish actor, well known for playing James Bond.

READ MORE: Late Late Show viewers praise Tony Christie as singer opens up about dementia diagnosis

Following a clip of Orén in the film with Eve where his character plays a song called Dublin07, Kilety said: “There you are alongside the brilliant Eve Hewson. So that was 007 on-screen, I believe there was another 007 that did a set visit, but you didn’t recognise who they were?

"There was yeah, so Pierce Brosnan actually came to visit us on set but I actually had no idea who he was,” Orén joked.

“So he comes into the room and everyone stands up to shake his hand and they're all star stuck.

"I stood up, I have no clue who he is, and I actually whispered to Eve and I goes, 'Eve, who is this guy?' and she goes, Orén that's James Bond! No word of a lie, I actually said to Eve, that's not Daniel Craig. It's fair to say that the entire crew got a good laugh out of that one."

Laurence then jumped in: "It must run in the family because when his younger brother Olly was coming here tonight, he said, 'I can't wait to meet the Toy Show man Ryan'!" Joking, Patrik then joked: “Please welcome your younger son, here he is!”

The funnyman also talked to the young actor about getting into the same craft as his father, asking him if he became interested in acting through visiting his father on set.

“I’ve always idolised my dad. I am not just saying that because he is sat right there. I think kids look up to their parents. I've always been surrounded by him doing auditions and even being on set with him when he was filming Love/Hate.

“I’ve always been fascinated by what went on behind the camera and how the lights worked and how the audio worked so it was always a business I was interested in but it is pretty surreal to actually be a part of it now.”

Join the Irish Mirror’s breaking news service on WhatsApp. Click this link to receive breaking news and the latest headlines direct to your phone. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice.