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Sean Patrick Flanery born October 11, is an actor who played Indiana Jones between the ages of 16 and 21 in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles , appearing onscreen as the character more than anyone else in the role including originator Harrison Ford. Before being cast, Flanery did not have a passport and had never been overseas,  nor had he done a screentest prior to the one recorded on March 11,  as part of his audition process using six scenes from " German East Africa, December All of these were filmed in two production series, the first between May and March during which Steven Spielberg "dropped by" the production in Prague and provided some feedback to Flanery   and the second between May and April ,  though three of Flanery's hour-long episodes " Prague, August ," " Palestine, October ," and " Transylvania, January " went unaired in the United States before the show was cancelled by ABC. While Flanery has mentioned individual episodes from this period as favourites, including " Verdun, September ,"   "German East Africa, December " and " Congo, January "  despite the difficulties of filming in remote African locations ,  and " Somme, Early August ,"  the isolation of not having anyone in his age range around at the time proved to be a constant challenge. Along with appearing in the " Morocco, September " segment of Tales of Innocence , Flanery expanded upon the bookend segments from Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father to form the " Princeton, June " segment of Winds of Change and filmed additional scenes as "bridging" footage linking episodes previously bookended by segments featuring George Hall as Old Indy into the following new edits:. Looking back on the entire experience with hindsight, Flanery was frustrated by the sometimes drastic differences in tone between episodes depending on their directors:. Sign In Don't have an account?
Houstonian (and Boondock Saint) Sean Patrick Flanery...
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Bearing the kind of golden-skinned, blue-eyed handsomeness that often leads to predictions of superstardom, Sean Patrick Flanery has been acting on screens big and small since the s. While attending Houston's University of Saint Thomas, he decided to take a drama class in the hopes of pursuing a fellow drama student. Flanery's interest in the girl proved fleeting, but the same could not be said of his interest in the theatre: after getting hooked, he packed up and headed out to Los Angeles, where he had an obligatory stint waiting tables before he found an agent. After eight months of looking for work, Flanery began acting in television commercials, which in turn led to work on various television shows. Although he made his film debut in 's A Tiger's Tale, it was his work in the television series Young Indiana Jones that gave Flanery his first taste of recognition. Although the series was short-lived, it did manage to build up something of a fan base, and Flanery continued to make Young Indy specials until In , the actor returned to film, appearing in an adaptation of Truman Capote's The Grass Harp and starring in Powder.