Beau St. Clair formed Irish DreamTime with Pierce Brosnan in 1996, with the goal of fostering new talent and producing both independent and studio films. That partnership has seen St. Clair and Brosnan make ten films together, working with some of the best actors, writers and directors in the industry.
Most recently St. Clair & Brosnan produced The November Man directed by Roger Donaldson, starring Pierce Brosnan and based on a series of books by Bill Granger. In addition to The November Man, St. Clair and Brosnan are currently in post-production on the romantic comedy How to Make Love Like an Englishman, starring Brosnan opposite Salma Hayek and Jessica Alba. Before that she produced The Greatest, teaming Brosnan with Susan Sarandon and Carey Mulligan.
St. Clair has produced critically acclaimed independent features like The Matador as well as the studio blockbuster The Thomas Crown Affair. St. Clair’s other producing credits include The Laws of Attraction, Evelyn and Shattered.
St. Clair has also led Irish DreamTime into television production, bringing the company’s feature sensibilities to the small screen. To date, the company has sold scripted series to Sony, Fox and Spike TV.
Outside of Irish DreamTime St. Clair produced John McTiernan’s MGM remake of Rollerball. Prior to forming the company, she worked on such films as The Mosquito Coast, Deception, Hideaway, Race the Sun, and The Edge. She has also worked on Broadway, acting as production supervisor on the musicals Threepenny Opera and Shogun.