‘Yellowstone’ Star Finn Little Throws It Back To His First Snow in Montana One Year Ago

by Leanne Stahulak
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“Yellowstone” star Finn Little took advantage of the glorious Montana weather to go sledding for the first time during his first snow.

This happened exactly a year ago, per his recent Instagram post, during the filming for “Yellowstone” Season 4. The show wrapped filming sometime in November, but apparently, this snowfall came as early as Halloween. Maybe October isn’t too early for snow in Montana, but either way, Little looks like he’s having the time of his life.

In the short clip, we see the 15-year-old actor decked out in a snow colored-camouflage jacket atop a saucer sled. He starts out at the top of a decent-sized hill and zooms down it, grinning and laughing when he reaches the bottom. No matter what age you are when you go sledding for the first time, you get that same rush of exhilaration and excitement as you feel like you’re flying.

The “Yellowstone” actor compared it to “Sunday driving” in his caption. “TBT: On this day exactly one year ago! Sunday driving,” Little captioned the post.

Considering the show signed Little on as a series regular, this likely won’t be the last time the Australian actor gets a taste of Montana snow. The real question is whether we’ll see that snow for ourselves in the show, which always seems to take place during the fall, spring, or summer.

Speaking of “Yellowstone” Season 4, we’re less than two short weeks away from the season premiere on Nov. 7. Fans should expect a whole lotta action in this two-hour season premiere, which starts at 8 p.m. EST on the Paramount Network.

‘Yellowstone’ Actor Finn Little Sends Thoughts to ‘Rust’ Set After Tragic On-Set Death

“Yellowstone” actor Finn Little joined the legions in the entertainment industry mourning the loss of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

She died of her wounds after producer and actor Alec Baldwin discharged a prop gun. Baldwin did not know the gun was loaded, because a crew member handed it to him and told him it was a “cold gun,” implying there were no live rounds in it. Director Joel Souza also received injuries when the gun was discharged but he has already been released from the hospital.

The day after the incident on the set of “Rust,” the “Yellowstone” star took to social media to share his grief and sorrow over the event. Little posted a picture of a burning candle in honor of Hutchins and captioned the post, “Today, friends in the USA are in shock because of a tragedy. Sending our thoughts to everyone on set in NM.”

He’s one of many mourning the loss of Hutchins and showing his support for the rest of the cast and crew on the “Rust” set.

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