BE: Is it fair to say that you were a fan of the films before you got the gig? I think I was 13 when that came out, and it was the epitome of an action film. SPF: No, not overwhelmed, but it definitely opened a new door for me. SPF: Well, if it wasn't the disproportionate number of stunningly gorgeous women, the architecture didn't hurt, and the fact that you could look down any street and see nothing indicative of it being the 20th century. BE: Were you at all overwhelmed by the amount of historical information that was being thrown at you?Stella Kennedy is a 29 year old journalist, working at a successful New York City based magazine about life on Broadway.When her friend gets sick, she's asked to take over for an interview on her day off, though it's for an entire different course of study: Hollywood.Reluctant, she humors her friend and interviews a television star she never even heard of. What starts out as a fun secret admirer turns slightly creepy when it becomes stalker-ish.Julie is glad she has friends that she can rely upon for help, and sometimes romance comes at the most unexpected of times, in the most unexpected of circumstances.
Famous to a particular generation, Flanery booked roles in "Suicide Kings" (1997), "Simply Irresistible" (1999) and "The Boondock Saints" (1999) as well as on "Stephen King's Dead Zone" (USA Network, 2002-07), but frequently appeared in lower-profile genre projects, including the horror schlock "KAW" (Sci Fi Channel, 2008) and "Mongolian Death Worm" (Syfy, 2010).
He notched a flashy supporting turn as a duplicitous self-help author undone by his lies in "Saw 3-D" (2010) and joined the cast of "The Young and the Restless" (CBS, 1973- ).
Although never quite achieving mainstream stardom, Flanery built an impressively lengthy career and a devoted group of fans who enjoyed his eclectic professional range.
” (watches 4 hours of reality TV a day) “I’m big boned!!
” (weighed 149 on the college wrestling team) “I can lose weight, but I gain even more back!!