Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey (born January 13, 1966 in Lewiston, Maine) is an actor who achieved Hollywood fame during the late 1980s.

Patrick Dempsey lived in Buckfield, Maine, as a teenager. He was also an adept juggler, placing third in a National Juggling Competition.

In 1985, he debuted as an actor, in the movie Heaven Help Us.

In 1987, he participated in Meatballs 3, where he played a janitor, Rudy. This movie gave him some fame. Soon after, he married actress Rocky Parker, twenty seven years his senior.

It wasn't until another 1987 release, Can't Buy Me Love, that he achieved major movie star status. The movie, in which he played Ronald Miller, was a geek to popular type of comedy which launched him and co-star Amanda Peterson to teen idol status, and Dempsey and Peterson appeared constantly on the covers of such teen magazines as Teen Beat, Tiger Beat, [[16 {magazine}|16]], Bop and others. In 1989, he shared credits with Charo and Kristy Alley in Loverboy, where he played a pizza delivery boy.

Just like in Peterson's case, Dempsey's time on the main spotlight was short. He made several movies during the 1990s, of which most were box office bombs, straight to video releases or television movies. There were a few notable exceptions, however, such as 1991's Mobsters, where he played Meyer Lansky, 1993's JFK: Reckless Youth, where he played John F. Kennedy, 1994's With Honors, and 1995's Outbreak, alongside Dustin Hoffman.

In 2000, he acted in another significant box office hit, Scream 3, alongside Neve Campbell. In 2002, he was in Sweet Home Alabama, with Melanie Griffith.

In 2004, he starred in the HBO TV movie, Iron Jawed Angels, about the women's suffrage movement, with Anjelica Huston and Hilary Swank. Parts of the movies were filmed in Richmond, VA.

Overall, Dempsey has participated in more than forty movies.

Dempsey divorced Rocky Parker in 1994. He remarried in 1999, to actress Jill Fink. The couple has one child.


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The couple has one child. See also Rafael Sabatini, author of the novels The Sea Hawk and Captain Blood, for the roots of Flynn's screen image. He remarried in 1999, to actress Jill Fink. Sirocco, the LP from which the song was taken, was named after Flynn's yacht. Dempsey divorced Rocky Parker in 1994. It was a Top 20 Australian hit in 1981. Overall, Dempsey has participated in more than forty movies. In popular music, Flynn was the inspiration for the song "Errol", which was recorded by the '80s rock group Australian Crawl.

Parts of the movies were filmed in Richmond, VA. Author Charles Higham published a controversial biography, Errol Flynn: The Untold Story (Doubleday, 1980) in which he alleged that Flynn was a fascist sympathiser and that he spied for the Nazis before and during World War II, but subsequent biographies—notably Tony Thomas' Errol Flynn: The Spy Who Never Was (Citadel, 1990)—have denounced Higham's claims as fabrications. In 2004, he starred in the HBO TV movie, Iron Jawed Angels, about the women's suffrage movement, with Anjelica Huston and Hilary Swank. Errol Flynn is interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, in Glendale, California. In 2002, he was in Sweet Home Alabama, with Melanie Griffith. His mother, a former fashion model, died on the Flynn family estate in Jamaica after a hard life of alcohol and drug addiction. In 2000, he acted in another significant box office hit, Scream 3, alongside Neve Campbell. One of Errol Flynn's grandsons, sometime model Luke Flynn (birth name Luke Stoecker, born 1976), the only child of Arnella Flynn (1953-1998) and fashion photographer Carl Stoecker, was named one of the world's sexiest bachelors by People magazine in 2003.

Kennedy, 1994's With Honors, and 1995's Outbreak, alongside Dustin Hoffman. The younger Flynn's life was recounted in Inherited Risk by Jeffrey Meyers (Simon & Schuster). There were a few notable exceptions, however, such as 1991's Mobsters, where he played Meyer Lansky, 1993's JFK: Reckless Youth, where he played John F. His only son, Sean Flynn, became an actor and later a war correspondent who disappeared in Cambodia in 1970 during the Vietnam Conflict. He made several movies during the 1990s, of which most were box office bombs, straight to video releases or television movies. He planned to marry her and move to their new house in Jamaica, but during their trip to Vancouver he had his heart attack. Just like in Peterson's case, Dempsey's time on the main spotlight was short. In the late 1950s, he met the 14-year-old Beverly Aadland at the Hollywood Professional School, whom he courted during the following few years.

In 1989, he shared credits with Charo and Kristy Alley in Loverboy, where he played a pizza delivery boy. Flynn was married three times, to actress Lili Damita from 1935 until 1942 (one son, Sean); to Nora Eddington (1924–2001) from 1943 until 1948 (two daughters, Deirdre and Rory); and to actress Patrice Wymore from 1950 until his death (one daughter, Arnella Roma). The movie, in which he played Ronald Miller, was a geek to popular type of comedy which launched him and co-star Amanda Peterson to teen idol status, and Dempsey and Peterson appeared constantly on the covers of such teen magazines as Teen Beat, Tiger Beat, [[16 {magazine}|16]], Bop and others. Flynn wanted to call the book In Like Me, but his publishers refused. It wasn't until another 1987 release, Can't Buy Me Love, that he achieved major movie star status. His somewhat unreliable autobiography, My Wicked, Wicked Ways, was published just months after his death from a heart attack and contains humorous anecdotes about Hollywood. Soon after, he married actress Rocky Parker, twenty seven years his senior. But he still won some acclaim as a drunken ne'er-do-well in The Sun Also Rises (1957).

This movie gave him some fame. By the mid 1950s, he was something of a self-parody; heavy alcohol abuse had left him noticeably bloated in his last years. In 1987, he participated in Meatballs 3, where he played a janitor, Rudy. The trial took place in January and February of 1943, and Flynn was cleared of the crime, but he suffered both personally and in his career. In 1985, he debuted as an actor, in the movie Heaven Help Us. Buckley, Jr. He was also an adept juggler, placing third in a National Juggling Competition. A group organized to support Flynn called the American Boys Club for the Defense of Errol Flynn (ABCDEF); its members included William F.

Patrick Dempsey lived in Buckfield, Maine, as a teenager. He was well known for having wild parties; his reputation caught up with him when teenagers Betsy Hansen and Peggy Satterlee charged him with statutory rape in November 1942. Patrick Dempsey (born January 13, 1966 in Lewiston, Maine) is an actor who achieved Hollywood fame during the late 1980s. His reputation as a womanizer led to the expression "In like Flynn". During the shooting of The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), Flynn and co-star Bette Davis had some legendary off-screen fights. He appeared in eight films with Olivia de Havilland.

He also played opposite Olivia de Havilland in the western movie Dodge City (1939). He was typecast as a swashbuckler and made several such films including The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) (widely regarded as his best film in this genre and an acknowledged Hollywood classic) The Sea Hawk (1940), and The Adventures of Don Juan (1949). Although he hadn't really planned on an acting career, Flynn become a star with his third film, Captain Blood, in 1935. Upon gaining some experience in the acting trade, he moved to Hollywood looking for film work.

In the early 1930s he returned to Britain and in 1933 he managed to get an acting job with Northampton Repertory Theatre where he worked for two years. Shortly afterwards he moved to New Guinea where he drifted from job to job. As a child he was taken to Sydney, where he attended two schools, and was expelled from both. Errol Leslie Thompson Flynn (June 20, 1909–October 14, 1959), was a film actor born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia most famous for his romantic swashbuckler roles.

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