Sean Flynn was definitely born with acting genes. He is the great-grandson of the iconic swashbuckling actor, Errol Flynn. Errol was an actor during the Golden Age of Hollywood. He was famous for playing Robin Hood in the first-ever “Robin Hood” film in 1938, which catapulted him to worldwide fame.
Sean Flynn got his acting start in the early 2000s when he played Chase Matthews on “Zoey 101”. Since then, he’s mostly shied away from the public eye and has been living a more low-key life. Errol’s son is also named Sean Flynn, who was an actor but left show business in lieu of becoming a photojournalist. While covering the Vietnam War, he disappeared and was later declared dead.
Bridget Fonda: Granddaughter of Henry Fonda
The Fonda family has produced a number of talented actors. The veteran actor Henry Fonda definitely passed down his acting genes to his family members. You already know about Jane Fonda and her great-granddaughter, Viva. But, the family has many more members to boast about. Bridget is Peter Fonda’s daughter, who is Henry Fonda's second son.
Bridget is popular for her roles in "Single White Female", "Point of No Return", "Jackie Brown", and "The Godfather: Part III". Unfortunately, she was in a serious car accident in 2003 and has since given up acting.
Zoe Kazan: Granddaughter of Elia Kazan
Elia Kazan was a famous actor on Broadway and in Hollywood. He started off as an actor in the 1920s and proceeded to work as a director. He directed a number of successful films, bringing 21 actors to Oscar nominations, with 9 of them winning. Among the films are "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "East of Eden".
Zoe Kazan acquired her grandfather’s penchant for acting. Popular roles of hers include "Ruby Sparks", "Revolutionary Road" and "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs". Her most popular role to date was in 2017, in "The Big Sick". Besides film, she has appeared in several Broadway plays and worked as a screenwriter.
Emma Ferrer: Granddaughter of Audrey Hepburn
One of the greatest female actresses of all time, Audrey Hepburn was popular during the Golden Age in Hollywood. She became the first actress to win an Academy Award after starring in "Roman Holiday", and proceeded to act in "Breakfast at Tiffany’s", "My Fair Lady" and "Wait Until Dark". She is one of the few women to win an Oscar, a Grammy, an Emmy, and a Tony award.
Her legacy also lives on in her granddaughter, Emma Ferrer. Emma, a British-Swiss model, bears a great resemblance to Audrey. Emma was born to Hepburn’s son Sean Ferrer, and works as an actor and a model, appearing on the cover of Harper's Magazine in 2014. Her first role in a film was in "The Man in the Attic".
Katie Cassidy: Granddaughter of Jack Cassidy
Katie Cassidy rose to fame as a Scream Queen after she starred in the horror film "When a Stranger Calls". She would go on to have a role in "Gossip Girl", playing Juliet Sharp. Katie gets her acting skills from her Tony Award-winning grandfather, Jack Cassidy.
Jack started his career as a Broadway star, and subsequently switched to television and acted in shows like "Bewitched", "Get Smart", and "Gunsmoke". Katie seems to have surpassed her grandfather’s movie and television resume, while also inheriting his beautiful big smile.