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The Bold and The Beautiful (B&B) Alum Soap Vet Sean Kanan Works With Bruce Willis In Two Feature Films

The Bold and The Beautiful (B&B) spoilers and updates reveals Soap vet, Sean Kanan, who’s known for his role as Deacon Sharpe on The Bold and the Beautiful has landed roles in two new movies that also stars Bruce Willis. The actor is still in shock for getting the opportunity to work with one of his favorite movie stars in the films titled “Killing Field” and “The Fortress.”
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Sean Kanan Comments on if Mike Barnes Will Be in Cobra Kai Season 4

Audiences were introduced to the antagonistic character Mike Barnes (Sean Kanan) in the 1989 martial arts film “The Karate Kid Part III.” In the movie, Sensei John Kreese’s (Martin Kove) friend Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) tasked the 17-year-old to humiliate Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) during the 1985 All Valley Tournament. Unfortunately for Silver, his plan did not work, and Daniel wins the tournament.
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Veteran Soap Star Sean Kanan Lands a New Film With Bruce Willis

Deacon Sharpe saw lots of action on The Bold and the Beautiful and now his portrayer Sean Kanan has got a new movie happening with actors Bruce Willis (Die Hard) and Chad Michael Murray (One Tree Hill). Sean Kanan In New Bruce Willis Film. “Excited to announce my new project,...
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Sean Kanan Update: Why Fans Think He’ll Appear in Cobra Kai

The 1989 film The Karate Kid Part III introduced audiences to the character Mike Barnes, played by Sean Kanan. The 17-year-old martial artist is recruited by John Kreese’s (Martin Kove) friend Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) to win the 1985 All-Valley Tournament. Silver essentially wanted Barnes’ to humiliate Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and help the failing Cobra Kai dojo enroll students. However, Daniel manages to beat Barnes and is named the All-Valley champion yet again.
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Where Is Sean Kanan from The Karate Kid III Today?

In the 1989 film The Karate Kid Part III, Sean Kanan portrayed martial artist Mike Barnes. During the movie, Cobra Kai sensei John Kreese’s (Martin Kove) friend Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) strikes a deal with Barnes to face off Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) at the 1985 All-Valley Karate Tournament. The fighter is offered partial “ownership of [Silver’s] new dojos,” under the condition that he “beat[s]” Daniel. While Barnes constantly antagonizes the teenager, Daniel is able to secure his title as reigning All-Valley champion.
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Whatever Happened to Sean Kanan?

There are a few names that are kind of like a blast from the past, but if you remember Sean Kanan at all it’s likely that you’ve seen him in something in recent years or you remember him as the bad boy of karate from The Karate Kid III. Anything you might have seen Sean in hasn’t exactly blown up the charts, but he has been kept busy between work and his hobbies since the 54-year old has diversified a bit since making his way onto the scene. The role of Mike Barnes wasn’t his first role, but it was one of those that might have made a lot of people believe that he was going to be a bigger action star moving forward. While he’s definitely stuck around for a while and made himself valuable to those that are willing to pay for his roles, he still hasn’t ever seen the kind of popularity that might have elevated his game back in the day if he’d been able to take on a few major roles. As he’s gone along in his career though he’s managed to keep things steady and has at least done well to keep his reputation alive. It goes without saying that a lot of people want to see him come back to the party in Cobra Kai since the last we saw of Mike Barnes, he’d been defeated by Daniel in The Karate Kid part III.
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