The regal good looks of blonde descendent of Erin Maureen Flannigan might be described as icy, except that the flush of passion that rises hotter than a blush to her high, sculpted cheekbones melts away any notions of cold. A reigning starlet of the network pantheon, Maureen's corruscating Celtic perfection has flashed forth from recurring segments of Out of this World, Push, and 7th Heaven. When a wonderful young woman reaches such heights of lucrative and clothed exposure, the hopes of a skinful future are on a dimmer. But there is always the glimmer of the past, in particular Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde (1993). There's a young Flannigan, barely out of her teens, if that, alone in a car with a greasy-haired mook. Suddenly, Maureen's top is tossed over her head, and there they are! Popped out into full view, flying around as the sassy lass leaps into the car's backseat. Miracles do happen, and cameras are there to catch them.