Ah! Yes – the sons-in-law of Errol!

06 Mar

Ah! Yes – the sons-in-law of Errol! I don’t think we ever touched that subject!

So who knows what – about these two lads?

Beautiful model Arnella Flynn, very much looking like her mother Patrice Wymore married Carl Stoecker – Fashion Photographer extraordinaire  (aka Karl Stöcker, Karl Stoecker) but when?

We do know that Errol’s grandson was born in Jamaica under the name of  Luke Stoecker on August 21, 1975  as the only child of his daughter Arnella Flynn (1953-1998) and fashion photographer Carl Stoecker.

Question:  when did they get married and when did it end? And why?

Now there is another Ms. Stoecker on the scene here, wife of Carl with daughters in this article below.

A Vintage Trove in South Beach

Poshvintage in Miami Beach.Posh Vintage in Miami Beach.

Patti Stoecker is a hoarder, the rarefied kind. In the 1980s, Ms. Stoecker, then a model, used to party all night at the Mudd Club, wearing, as often as not, one of her mother’s silky old slips. By the early ’90s, she had begun collecting her own ’40s-era variations, amassing them by the score and tie-dyeing them on her stove top in Easter-egg hues. For a time she consigned her slinky designs to local secondhand shops, but before long she was selling them from her house, against a dreamy backdrop of mottled peach-tone walls.

“I had hundreds of slips hanging here,” Ms. Stoecker recalled. “It came to the point that I couldn’t keep making them. I just couldn’t go into my kitchen and boil up another batch of fuchsia or blue.”

A self-described “natural enthusiast,” she was quick to adopt a new passion, snapping up vintage fashions on her travels and scattering them throughout her house. Filmy Ossie Clark gowns, ’50s Pucci jersey T-shirts, ’80s Givenchy silk dresses and punchy floral-patterned ’80s tunics have all found a home in Posh Vintage, – Read  > Patti Stoecker – Owner  < ALL About Here – her “showroom,” a revamped storage space that once housed her weed whacker and little else. Other treasures, including vintage rock ’n’ roll tees, Holly Harp and Biba designs, are strewn on sofas, suspended from walls or stowed in cartons on an upper floor.

A tireless researcher, Ms. Stoecker can wax encyclopedic on the romantic attributes of a ’70s Jean Muir jersey dress or Thea Porter caftan. “You gain such an interest in these things that you learn everything you can about them,” she said. Her eclectic enthusiasms extend as well to photographing Miami interiors (an image of Morris Lapidus’s baroque-modern Miami Beach residence is framed on one wall) and to collecting gilt-embellished Florentine nesting tables and paperback novels by F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose melancholy fiction she devours.

Clients and curiosity-seekers craving a glimpse of her fashion archive must pass through a garden — more like a rainforest, really — to reach the concrete 1920s house where Ms. Stoecker lives with her daughters and husband, the fashion and rock photographer Karl Stoecker, who will likely offer a visitor a glass of Pernod to help her settle in.

“I call this place a showroom, but it isn’t really,” Ms. Stoecker said. “This is a personal business to me. I don’t actually expect anybody to come here to buy anything.”

But buy they do, clients who have included Nicole Richie, Mia Farrow and the writer Lena Dunham, making appointments to view the collection firsthand or ordering from her Web site,…, or from…, where covetable pieces from Geoffrey Beene, Bill Tice, Donald Brooks and Pucci fetch prices in the hundreds.

“Over the years I have collected the gamut,” Ms. Stoecker said. “Every ’50s jersey moment, the best of little ’60s Courrèges coats and every little ’90s slip dress.” Recently she has noticed a stepped-up demand for vintage Dior, Valentino and Versace, she said, though not necessarily the raucously colorful signature pieces inspiring a forthcoming Versace-H&M collaboration. “Not everybody wants to parade around in bright medallion prints,” Ms. Stoecker said. But a sinuously curved black dress is something else. “People can still see the quality in it. They can still see the sexiness.”

I would say this is after Arnella and there are half-sisters of Luke?  So anybody  knowing what is what in this scenario ?

Here are some links about Carl Stoecker’s photography and more to be found in Google images!……

Luke’s IMDP…

Then there is  Gideon Amir, husband of Rory and Father of  Sean Rio (Amir) Flynn.  Now we know pretty much everything about Rory and her son Sean Rio Flynn but what do we know about Gideon Amir?

Here is a Bio on Sean Rio, which states that his father is a director/producer but no other details.  Are there any more details known to anybody in our group???

Sean is the son of director/producer, Gideon Amir and Rory Flynn. He is popular for his role in Nickelodeons Zoey 101 as Chase Matthews. He appeared in the first episode of season 4 and in series finale of Chasing Zoey.

His career started as TV commercial model and doing small roles in television like MADtv and Sliders as well as casting in small films. When he was ten years old, he was the second choice of Hillary Duff to portray the role of her younger brother in Lizzie McGuire. In 2005 he was given a big break to be the lead actor in Zoey 101.

Apart form being model and actor, Sean also loves music.  He plays guitar and has great skills as a guitarist, in fact, he is a band member in his school band.

Sean also composed guitar songs which are posted in You Tube. In August 2009 he released and EP where his two songs are included and is planning to out his debit album soon.
General Appearance

Birth Name : Sean Rio Amir
Other Name: Sean Flynn
Occupation: Actor, Singer
Height: 5’11′(1.80m)
Sean Flynn is the grandson of actor Errol Flynn.  Read more:…

Family extensions can be very interesting too!




— Tina


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  1. Inga

    March 8, 2012 at 8:53 pm

    Great compilation, Tina!

    • Tina

      March 9, 2012 at 5:57 am

      Thanks Inga!
      Do you maybe have by chance any pictures of these people – Gideon Amir, Patti and Karl Stoecker – or maybe some of our many other authors may have a picture ot two?

      • Inga

        March 9, 2012 at 6:46 am

        You can easily find them on the internet, Tina, the question is if we are allowed to post them here as they are recent ones of living personalities?

        • Tina

          March 9, 2012 at 6:57 am

          I couldn’t find any pictures of them and I looked intensively but no luck. I should say, at least I couldn’t find any.
          Inga, we have lots of pictures of still living personalities on the blog. I have no idea what you mean?

          • Inga

            March 9, 2012 at 8:19 am

            I was just thinking (one of my rare moments) that maybe they would mind… dunno. There would be one pic of Patti Stoecker, but if it really is her, I don’t know, and when you look at it, maybe she would not be so happy to ave it here?…

            • Tina

              March 9, 2012 at 5:38 pm

              Thanks Inga, maybe it is her but I don’t want to post a doubtful picture.
              It was just a thought, maybe just sort of getting a family album together. There is a picture of Patti in my article as a model from many years ago – very beautiful – if you click into the link I am giving in the write-up – click POSH Vintage / About Us / Patti Stoecker. I am more thinking of Karl and Luke together or any other variation of Arnella’s side and her family extension.
              A picture of Sean Rio’s father would be nice too.
              Maybe one day when we least expect it there will be pictures of all of them. Who knows stranger things have happened in life!

              • Inga

                March 9, 2012 at 6:27 pm

                Indeed, when I looked more thoroughly I found that you were right, difficult to find. Maybe they don’t want their family pictures going around the net.

                • Tina

                  March 9, 2012 at 6:58 pm

                  Are you thinking that they maybe do not wish to be connected to Errol Flynn?
                  We are researchers – right – so we research and post our findings if they are in connection with Errol and sons-in-law are family connections. We are not infringing on their privacy we are just saying – “This is the son-in-law!”

                  • Inga

                    March 9, 2012 at 7:08 pm

                    No, I’m not saying that they don’t want to be connected with Errol, I was just careful. There might be a reason that we do not find any photos – maybe because they don’t want them around on the net?

                    • Tina

                      March 9, 2012 at 7:13 pm

                      OK – in that case lets forget it! Maybe! (:-)

                    • Inga

                      March 9, 2012 at 8:42 pm

                      I just don’t know, Tina. Only a thought.

                    • Volker

                      March 10, 2012 at 7:12 am

                      Hello Inga, Hello Tina,

                      your discussion is quite interesting. In my opinion it’s basically about what can go public, what should stay private? what is my individual ” privacy right”? What not?
                      Tina, I think us germans are very sensitive to these matters. For Example, we have huge discussions about privacy rights when it comes to “Google street view” or “social networks” like Facbook. I believe this, for us germans, might have to do with our special historical heritage. Thinking about former East-Germany there was the “Stasi”, which unrightfully spied upon people and further back the Nazi regime, which was so much worse in this regard .
                      I’ve noticed, that other countries & cultures are so much more liberal, when it come to questions of “what can or what should not”? Long story short…why not just ask these family members if they feel ok about their pictures posted?

                    • Inga

                      March 10, 2012 at 8:21 am

                      Maybe that’s a reason, Volker.

  2. Robzak

    March 25, 2012 at 5:06 pm

    It’s quite obvious, as Volker posits, that the in-laws just aren’t interested in exposing their connections with Errol Flynn. If I married the daughter of someone in whom I have not a shred of interest–Marilyn Monroe, let us say–I wouldn’t waste a second involving myself with her hordes of fans.