Who Is Young Dean On 'Supernatural'? Dylan Everett Has Quite A Bit In Common With Dean Winchester
Who's ready to see Dean Winchester during his formative years ? Well, get ready, because we're going to see young Dean Winchester on Tuesday's brand new Supernatural episode titled "About a Boy," because a season wouldn't be the same without one of the Winchester brothers getting older or younger. We've seen Dean age in "The Curious Case of Dean Winchester" and we've also watched both Sam and Dean as young boys and high schoolers. Now, it's time to see a 14-year-old Dean played by Dylan Everett.
While working a case where people are disappearing, Dean and Sam encounter a familiar fairy tale — Hansel and Gretel. Well, they quickly learn Hansel is responsible for turning people into their younger selves and aiding the evil witch. Yes, you guessed it, Dean gets trapped and turned back into a teenager.
Of course, I'm sure we'll see all kinds of Dean-isms through his younger self, and I think Everett can pull it off. He's no stranger to playing characters similar to Dean, after all he did play Dean in the Season 9 episode "Bad Boys." Also, for those of us who suffered through Lifetime's The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story, you'll immediately place Everett as Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Naturally, this means I have to compare Everett's Mark-Paul/Zack Morris portrayal with Dean Winchester, because there are quite a few similarities between the characters, which will most likely aid Everett's Supernatural performance.
They Both Have A Way With The Ladies
They Both Make All The Jokes
One's the jokester hunter, and the other's the class clown.
They Both Have Nice Hair
It's all about the hair.
The Both Have Signature Phrases
"Jerk." "Bitch." "Time out." Yep, that's how we recognize Dean and Zack.
They Both Have BFFs
There is no Zack without Slater and Screech. There definitely is no Dean without Sam.
Seeing as Everett played Dean once already, and the many similarities between Mark-Paul/Zack and Dean, I have a feeling Everett will portray a mini-Dean quite well.