Liam Flanagan is an Irish actor and film director best known for his roles in Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam and Frenemies. Additionally he has made appearances on television shows. Based out of Galway in Ireland with an undergraduate degree in English & Philosophy under his belt he enjoys sports, music & films alike.
Early Life and Education
As a student at Richmond Institute of Sports Leadership (RISL), a dual diploma program with Swinburne University of Technology, Flanagan learned the value of wellbeing and mentoring. Now working full time as the Boarding Coordinator at Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS), Flanagan encourages his students to stay active without feeling homesick; his family are always thinking of them!
Liam Flanagan was like any other eight-year-old boy: riding his bike, eating molasses cookies after school and roughhousing with his three stepbrothers. But after crashing his bike on their Spring Creek property and suffering an accident that saw a piece of handlebar cut through his jeans resulting in infection caused by flesh-eating bacteria, everything changed drastically requiring four major surgeries to remove the infection and heal his wound.
Liam Flanagan seemed like any typical eight-year-old boy, enjoying eating molasses cookies and roughhousing with his three stepbrothers on their family farm in Pendleton, Oregon. He particularly enjoyed wearing camo clothing and feeding the animals on the ranch. But Liam’s world soon took an unexpected turn when his stepbrothers died unexpectedly from cancer in 2014.
He had fallen off his bike the Saturday before and cut himself on a sharp piece of metal, cutting himself in the process. Though his wound wouldn’t normally have caused too many issues had he not fallen onto it improperly; then flesh-eating bacteria crept in and began attacking soft tissue surrounding his groin area.
On January 21 at Randall’s Children Hospital in Portland, he passed away shortly before reaching his ninth birthday. His mother, Sara Hebard, described her son as the love of her life.
Achievement and Honors
Liam Flanagan has accomplished much during his career. An expert in legal technology, he has received many awards and acknowledgements for his contributions. With an enviable work ethic and belief that team members should be empowered for success, Liam inspires Enable’s teams to work cohesively to deliver exceptional results for its clients.
In 2019, Flanagan was charged with possessing Ecstasy after it was discovered at his probation accommodation at Tromode House. At that time he had served an 11-and-a-half year sentence for heroin offences and initially denied having it, later admitting having two whole and one crushed tablet when interrogated by police and released shortly thereafter on bail.
Liam Flanagan seemed like any typical 8-year-old boy: riding his bike and indulging in after-school snacks of molasses cookies before roughhousing with his three stepbrothers on their farm in Pendleton, Oregon. He loved wearing camo clothing and feeding animals — truly becoming everyone’s “little hero.”
On a Saturday, Pilot Rock second-grader Brandon Hebard fell from his bike and severed his thigh open, prompting his mom Sara Hebard to notice blood seeping from the wound and contact an ambulance service. Within hours, flesh-eating bacteria from soil entered through his cut wound, attacking soft tissues of his body quickly; doctors in Pendleton and Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland amputated portions of his body as they battled to save him before finally succumbing to their efforts eight days later on January 21, 2016.
He currently boasts an estimated net worth of $750 thousand dollars and was born in Sonoita, Arizona before graduating from the University of Arizona. Additionally, he has appeared on several television programs and films.
Liam Flanagan recently joined our Family Law team and brings with him over five years of experience specializing in child protection and international child abduction cases.
On 22 December 2020, Joseph Flanagan executed seven transactions in R1 RCM stock and exercised over 600,000 units worth over $48,294,447. As detailed by Form 4, Joseph has conducted over 20 insider trading transactions that have been registered with the SEC.
Hopkinton resident Liam Flanagan is one of two Hopkinton natives currently playing on Keene State’s roster this season; playing as a senior midfielder. Max Phillips of Hopkinton serves as a sophomore defender.