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One of our first memories of watching Tommy Flanagan was in 1995’s Braveheart. He had his scars then, and we’d have to admit that if he didn’t, his character probably wouldn’t have been as effective. Still, from there on, we recognized Flanagan with his scars as part of his entire look, and we absolutely dig it. The rest of Hollywood does as well because his body of work is proof that you don’t have to have the most flawless face to be successful in Hollywood. As a matter of fact, Flanagan’s appeal goes way beyond that. In one of his famous roles on television as Telford (“Chibs”) in Sons of Anarchy, he had a look that was the perfect bad boy appeal.
Many people have wondered how Flanagan might have gotten the facial scars that he bears today. You can probably imagine that if he weren’t as popular and if his face wasn’t as recognizable today, it’d probably be a little uncomfortable looking at his face. However over the years, his scars have become his staple and his sell. As great as his look may be for his job today, the way Flanagan got his scars wasn’t exactly the best story to tell (or probably relive for that matter).
Actor - Easterhouse - Glasgow - Part - Neighborhood
The Scottish actor was born is Easterhouse, Glasgow, in what wasn’t the best part of the neighborhood. The story goes that Flanagan was out at a pub one night having a normal time, and as he was leaving the pub, a group of people attacked him...
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