FLASHBACK! Requested by his fans, here’s the original 1994 interview with Sean Patrick Flanery when he was starring in “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.”
Video Content: Sean Patrick Flanery (1994)
Sean Patrick Flanery’s original 1994 interview with “Sidewalks.” At that time, he was starting his career with the prized role of TV’s Young Indiana Jones. Flanery told us about how he got the role and his feelings toward creator George Lucas and actor Harrison Ford, the original Indiana Jones on the big-screen.
Please note: Sidewalks doesn’t have access to the original master of the episode featuring Sean Patrick Flanery. This was captured with early video recording devices. The film clips have been taken off the interview, due to on-line clearance.
Born in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Sean Patrick Flanery became known for his lead role in ”The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles” and as Connor MacManus in the film series of “The Boondock Saints.” Other characters he played were Greg Stillson in “The Dead Zone,” Jeremy in “Powder,” Elvis Ford in “The Strip,” Bobby in “Saw: The Final Chapter,” and Jacob Elway in “Dexter.” “Stargate: SG-1” fans know him as Orlin. In 2011, Flanery played Sam Gibson on “The Young and the Restless.”
Producer / Host: Cindy Rhodes
Edited By: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Sean Patrick Flanery, National Satellite, Paramount Television, Family Channel