Michael Myers has been wielding his butcher knife and surviving the impossible since the Halloween franchise began back in 1978. The film had seven sequels (one without Michael Myers) and there was a remake in 2007 followed by a sequel in 2009. Another new sequel is currently in the works. It will pick up where Halloween: Resurrection, the final film in the original Halloween series, ended.
Some of the people who have shown up in the Halloween franchise may surprise you. From rappers LL Cool J and Busta Rhymes to supermodel Tyra Banks, it seems like a lot of stars made their foray into the horror genre through Halloween. Some, like Jamie Lee Curtis, became scream queens because of it. But what about the others? Some faded into obscurity while others would end up appearing in Captain America: Civil War. Find out Where Are They Now? The Cast of Halloween.
20. John Carpenter (Director/Writer/Composer)
The creator of Halloween, the franchise would not exist if not for Master of Horror John Carpenter. His film inspired numerous filmmakers in the horror genre, inspiring other franchises like Friday the 13th. He was the director, co-writer and composer of the film. At the time, Halloween was one of the highest-grossing indie films of the time. He worked on all of the films until the remakes and will be returning for the latest film.
After creating the beginning of an iconic film franchise, Carpenter was given bigger budgets for his future films. He wrote and directed The Fog (1980). The film starred his wife at the time, Adrienne Barbeau, and co-starred Jamie Lee Curtis. Carpenter then created the action drama Escape from New York (1981) starring Kurt Russell. The sequel Escape from L.A. came out in 1996. He also directed The Thing (1982) and then adapted the Stephen King novel Christine (1983) to film. Afterwards he changed gears and directed the sci-fi romance Starman (1984) starring Jeff Bridges, which received an Academy Award nomination.
After he directed the sci-fi thriller Ghosts of Mars (2001), John Carpenter took a break from directing. He did direct two episodes of Masters of Horror in 2005 and 2006. Carpenter returned to directing feature films with The Ward (2010). Carpenter remarried in 1990 to producer Sandy King and they are still married to this day.
19. Jamie Lee Curtis (Laurie Strode)
The most enduring character in the Halloween franchise, Jamie Lee Curtis played Michael’s sister Laurie Strode. Her role in Halloween was her film debut. She went on to star in the horror films The Fog (1980), Prom Night (1980), Terror Train (1980), Halloween II (1981) and Roadgames (1981). This scream queen also appeared in films of other genres including the comedy Trading Places (1983), winning a BAFTA award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and True Lies (1994), winning a Golden Globe for Best Actress in Musical or Comedy. She was also in the television series Anything But Love and received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy. She wrote the New York Times’ best-selling book Today I Feel Silly, and Other Moods That Make My Day (1998).
Curtis famously appeared in More magazine in her underwear and without makeup or airbrushing to bring awareness to how Hollywood treats older actresses. She continues to make a name for herself today. She stars in the comedy horror series Scream Queens (2015-) on FOX, which is entering its second season. The show parodies classic horror movies. Jamie Lee Curtis got to reenact the shower scene from Psycho, the scene her mother, Janet Leigh, was in. She is also a blogger for The Huffington Post. Curtis explained her career philosophy in a recent interview with People is to “go out a queen and don’t wait for them to come and chop off your head. I want to truly be like the old cowboy who just rides off and doesn’t even say goodbye. He just tips the hat and moves on.”
18. PJ Soles (Lynda van der Klok)
Pamela Jayne “PJ” Soles had a couple solid movies under her belt before she played Lynda van der Klok in Halloween (1978). She was sought after by director John Carpenter for the role after he saw her in Carrie (1976). She also appeared in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) and the television movie The Possessed (1977) with Harrison Ford. She met Dennis Quaid while filming Our Winning Season (1978) and the two later got married. She is remembered in the Halloween film for the classic scene when she reveals her chest and says “See anything you like?” Of course, her partaking in sex during a horror film doesn’t bode well for her survival expectancy.
The year after Halloween, Soles starred in Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (1979), playing alongside The Ramones. She then filmed Private Benjamin (1980) and Stripes (1981). She and Dennis Quaid divorced in 1983. Later, Soles married the stunt pilot from The Right Stuff (1983), Skip Holm. They had two children and divorced in 1998. In more recent news, she played in the horror film The Butterfly Room (2012) and in the exploitation anthology Grindsploitation (2016). Her latest film, William Froste, is in pre-production.
17. Tony Moran (Michael Myers, Age 23)
Anthony “Tony” Moran is an actor and producer. In Halloween (1978), he played Michael Myers at age 23. He only appeared in the movie for a few seconds, but he will be remembered as the human adult face of Michael Myers before he dawned his iconic mask. Moran originally turned down the role until he heard Donald Pleasence would be in the film. In an interview with Halloween Daily News, he called Halloween “about the corniest thing I had ever heard in my life.” He did not even know he would have to wear the costume and mask until arriving on set.
Before his role in Halloween, Moran’s only acting credit was in two episodes of James at 16 (1978). Afterwards, he made single episode appearances in several TV shows including The Waltons and California Fever in 1979 and CHiPs in 1981. After CHiPs, Moran did not appear in TV or films until the 2008 short The Lucky Break.
Some of his feature film appearances include Beg (2011), which he also produced, and American Poltergeist (2016). He did his own stuntwork in American Poltergeist. Moran currently has two films in pre-production: William Froste and Halloween: The Night Evil Died (2017), in which he will reprise his role as Michael Myers. He also has three films in post-production: Dead Bounty (TBA), Death House (2016) and The Streets Run Red (2017). I’m noticing a rather dark theme…
16. Nick Castle (The Shape)
Nick Castle is a director and writer. He played “The Shape”, which is what the adult Michael Myers’ was credited as at the end of Halloween (1978). Whenever you see Michael wearing his trademark mask, you are looking at Nick Castle, with the exception of when Tony Moran first puts on the mask. He never auditioned for the part, he just hung out on set with his friend, the director of the film, John Carpenter. Carpenter was the one who suggested Castle wear the mask.
After his role in Halloween, Castle went on to be a successful director and screenwriter. He directed the films The Last Starfighter (1984), The Boy Who Could Fly (1986), Dennis the Menace (1993) and Major Payne (1995). With John Carpenter he co-wrote Escape from New York (1981) and Escape from L.A. (1996). The most recent video he directed was Connors’ War (2006) and his most recent movie writing credit is August Rush (2007). As a nod to his friend, John Carpenter named a character in his film The Fog (1980) after him.
15. Kyle Richards-Umansky (Lindsey Wallace)
Previously appearing in various television shows and TV movies, Halloween (1978) was Kyle Richards biggest horror movie role. She played Lindsey Wallace, the little girl Annie Brackett is babysitting while her parents are out at a Halloween party. Richards continued to appear in television series and movies. Her big recurring role was on Little House on the Prairie from 1975 to 1982. as Alicia Sanderson Edwards, the adopted daughter of Grace and Isaiah Edwards. Later she appeared as Lissy Preston in Down to Earth from 1984 to 1987.
Richards appeared in single episodes on several popular television shows including Beverly Hills, 90210 in 1999 and 7th Heaven in 2003. Her next big recurring role was as Nurse Dori in ER during the year 2006. She continues to occasionally show up in television shows to this day. Most recently, in 2015, Richards appeared in an episode of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce.
Her sister is Kathy Hilton, Nick and Paris Hilton’s mother. Her husband is Mauricio Umansky, one of the nation’s top realtors who has his own real estate business. She has a high end boutique called Kyle. Richards was also one of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in 2010.
14. Lance Guest (Jimmy)
Before appearing in Halloween II (1981) as Jimmy, Lance Guest had only appeared in made-for-TV productions. He landed the role when the director of the film, John Carpenter, spoke with his friend Nick Castle. Castle had noticed the actor and would go on to choose Guest to star in his film The Last Starfighter (1984). Guest would move on to do more television productions and had recurring roles in Lou Grant from 1981-1982, St. Elsewhere during 1982-1983, Knots Landing in 1991 and Life Goes On the year after. He also did a lot of theater work in New York City until he was cast as Michael Brody in the film Jaws: The Revenge (1987), followed by a role in The Wizard of Loneliness (1988).
Afterward, Guest did mostly TV shows, a few times as a recurring character but often as an episodic character. He continued to work in LA small theater and toured for two and a half years (1997-2000) with the satirical folk group The Foreman, learning to play guitar and banjo. He also planted vineyards and started making wine.
Guest started workshopping a new musical, Million Dollar Quartet. The play is about Sun Records’ Sam Phillips and his jam session in 1956 with Elvis Preseley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. He created the on-stage character of Johnny Cash and has played him in every incarnation of the theater production. Some of his recent work includes the movie Last Phases (2014) and the TV movie Christmas Eve, 1914 (2014). He will also be in the film Traces, which is completed and will be out this year.
13. Dana Carvey (Assistant)
Dana Carvey’s second acting credit was his minor role in Halloween II (1981) as a mere assistant. Who would have guessed he would go on to be one of Saturday Night Live‘s most talented alumni and a popular comedian. After Halloween II, he landed a role in the television series One of the Boys (1982) alongside Mickey Rooney. In 1984 he was in two films: This Is Spinal Tap and Racing with the Moon. He then picked up a regular role in the television show Blue Thunder (1984).
Carvey joined the SNL cast in 1986 and stayed on for six seasons. He did impersonations ranging from George Bush to Woody Allen and created several notable characters including “Church Lady,” “Garth” of Wayne & Garth and “Hans” of Hans & Franz. He played his character Garth in the two Wayne’s World films in 1992 and 1993. During his time on SNL, Carvey was nominated for six Primetime Emmy awards and won one in 1993 for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program.
In 1996 Carvey created his own TV comedy series The Dana Carvey Show. He hosted the show and introduced the world to several up-and-coming comedians including Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert and Louis C.K. The show was quickly cancelled as Carvey’s raunchy sketches weren’t received well by its network, ABC. Even worse was that it aired right after Home Improvement. So viewers went from watching handyman Tim Allen and his family-friendly show… to a sketch of Dana Carvey as Bill Clinton breastfeeding a litter of puppies. Let the imagery sink in. Carvey has had several TV cable specials and standup concert appearances. His most recent film appearance was as the voice of Pops in The Secret Life of Pets (2016).
12. Danielle Harris (Jamie Lloyd/Annie Brackett)
Danielle Harris’ first job as an actress was in 1987 in One Life to Live (1968-2013). Her first movie role was as the young Jamie Lloyd in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) and Halloween 5 (1989). Jamie was the daughter of Laurie Strode and Mr. Lloyd, making Michael Myers her uncle. She was often bullied at school because of her connection to the infamous serial killer. She would have appeared in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995), but the producers did not agree with the salary she was trying to negotiate with her new contract. Her character was recast with J.C. Brandy, who played an older Jamie Lloyd.
Having gotten a taste of horror, Harris continued to appear in horror films for the rest of her career, including Marked for Death (1990), Urban Legends (1998), Hatchet II (2010) and See No Evil II (2014). She also starred in the recent remakes of Halloween as Annie Brackett, named in honor of one of the victims from Halloween (1978). She directed two films, Prank (2008) and Among Friends (2010). Harris is also known for her various roles on television, both live action and voice acting. She played Molly Tilden in Roseanne from 1992 to 1993 and Plum Wilkinson in That’s Life in 2000 to 2002. Her most famous voice acting role was as Eliza Thornberry’s sister Debbie in The Wild Thornberry’s (1998-2004).
In 1995, Harris’ life turned into a horror movie. She was stalked by Christopher Small, who sent her hundreds of threatening letters. He was arrested when he brought a shotgun to Harris’ house. She shared her experience in an episode of The Dr. Phil Show titled “Fatal Attraction?” in 2007. Later, in October of 2009, Harris got a restraining order against Small, who was sending her messages on Twitter.
11. Greg Nicotero (Special Makeup Effects Supervisor)
Greg Nicotero is a gifted SFX and makeup artist who learned from actor and splatter make-up designer Tom Savini. Nicotero was already known for his work in horror prior to his work in Halloween. His very first movie serving as a special effects makeup artist was for George Romero’s Day of the Dead (1985). Some of his other credit pre-Halloween include Evil Dead II (1987), A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989) and Bride of Re-Animator (1989).
He worked as the special makeup effects supervisor for the K.N.B. EFX Group in Halloween 5 (1989). The film marked the first appearance of K.N.B. EFX Group. This group was created by Nicotero and Howard Berg and has been doing special effects makeup for 28 years. Their notable works include Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014), AMC’s The Walking Dead (2010-) and most recently Fear the Walking Dead (2015-). Nicotero was also an executive producer for The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead. Uncredited, he played several walkers (The Walking Dead’s fancy way of saying zombies). He was also uncredited in Evil Dead II (1987), in which he played the hand. He is credited as acting in several horror films, including The Hills Have Eyes (2006), Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008) and Piranha 3D (2010).
10. Paul Rudd (Tommy Doyle)
Paul Rudd was the main character, Tommy Doyle, in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995). It was his first feature film. He told The New York Post that “Even when I was doing it, I knew this was something I’d always be teased about.” But Rudd went on to be the one doing most of the teasing, becoming an icon of comedic films.
He made his acting debut in the television show Sisters (1992-1995) as aspiring filmmaker Kirby Philby. He became a minor teen idol after appearing in Clueless (1995). Some of his other notable roles are as Andy in the comedy romance Wet Hot American Summer (2001). He reprised his role in the television series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp (2015-).
Today, Paul Rudd is known for his many comedic roles in television and movies. He was in Anchorman (2004), The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005), Reno 911! in 2006-2007, Role Models (2008) and Parks and Recreation from 2012 to 2015. He recently joined Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, starring in Ant-Man. He also appeared as Ant-Man in Captain America: Civil War (2016). There’s no shortage of movies Paul Rudd will be appearing in. His three upcoming movies include Mute (pre-production, no date), Ideal Home (post-production, 2016) and Ant-Man and the Wasp (announced, 2018).
9. Josh Hartnett (John Tate)
Josh Hartnett played John Tate, the son of Laurie Strode, in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998). This was his first movie role, and he went on to star in crime dramas and horror. His first role was as Michael Fitzgerald in Cracker: Mind Over Murder (1997-1999). The show was an American remake of the British crime drama. He played the son of the main character, an unconventional psychologist by the name of Gerry “Fitz” Fitzgerald.
2001 was a big year for Hartnett. He played Captain Danny Walker in Pearl Harbor (2001) and Eversmann in Black Hawk Down (2001). Every year after that he has appeared in at least one movie. Some of his highlights include Dwight “Bucky” Bleichert in The Black Dahlia (2006) and Eben Oleson in 30 Days of Night (2007). He also starred in the television series Penny Dreadful (2014-) as American gunslinger Ethan Chandler.
Hartnett is busy with several roles right now. His upcoming credits include The Ottoman Lieutenant (post-production), Gut Instinct (2016/I, pre-production), Valley of the Gods (2017, filming) and The Long Home (2017 post-production). He will be starring in the movie 6 Below (2017, post-production) as Eric LeMarque, an adrenaline seeking snowboarder who must survive a massive winter storm.
8. Adam Arkin (Will Brennan)
Adam Arkin is a prominent actor and director who has had a lot of work both before and after playing school teacher Will Brennan in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998). Arkin started acting way back in 1969 in a Monitors commercial. Some of his notable credits before Halloween include regular roles in Teachers Only in 1982, Knots Landing during 1989 to 1990 and Northern Exposure from 1990 to 1995, among many other shows.
After Halloween, Arkin appeared in several movies and television shows. In the same year as his Halloween appearance, he starred in the comedy With Friends Like These… He also played a main role in Chicago Hope (1994-2000), a television series about the trials and tribulations of the staff in a major Chicago hospital. Arkin has popped up in several television shows including The West Wing in 2000-2002 and Sons of Anarchy in 2010-2013.
His first directing credit was in 1993 for an episode of Northern Exposure. He followed this up with four episodes of Chicago Hope. Arkin continued to direct episodes of various television shows including Boston Legal in 2006, Grey’s Anatomy in 2006-2007 and Rizzoli & Isles in 2010.
Arkin’s most recent credits in 2016 include acting in Fargo, How to Get Away with Murder, Modern Family and The Carmichael Show. His most recent directing credits include ten episodes of Justified from 2012-2014, an episode of Backstrom in 2015, four episodes of Masters of Sex in 2014 and two episodes of Fargo in 2015.
7. LL Cool J (Ronald “Ronny” Jones)
LL Cool J (real name Jason Todd Smith) is a rapper and actor. He became popular in the late 80s and early 90s when he released albums with Def Jam Records. His song “I Need a Beat” sold more than 100,000 copies and his song “Mama Said Knock You Out” won him the Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance. It was after several hit albums (Bigger and Deffer, Walking with a Panther, Mama Said Knock You Out, 14 Shots to the Dome, Mr. Smith) that LL Cool Jay began to appear in films.
LL showed up in Halloween H20: 20 Years Layer (1998) as Ronny, a security guard for a school who aspires to write semi-erotic novels. Amazingly, despite being a black man in a horror film, he actually manages to survive the whole way through! He also appeared a year earlier in the comedy B.A.P.S. (1997), took on a supporting role in Any Given Sunday (1999) and then starred in the film In Too Deep (1999). He also appeared in the television show In the House (1995-1999). One of his biggest roles was as a regular on the television show NCIS: Los Angeles (2009-2016), which recently ended. He was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2016.
6. Janet Leigh (Norma Watson)
Janet Leigh is well-known in the horror world for her famous shower scene in Psycho (1960). Leigh was already a successful actress at the time, appearing in numerous movies during the late 1940s and early 1950s. She was billed as the star of Psycho, which made it all the more shocking for audiences when she was killed early on in the film. Her appearance garnered her a Golden Globe Award. The role had a big impact on her psychologically. In an interview detailed in The New York Times, Leigh mentioned how “I stopped taking showers and I take baths, only baths…” She also mentioned that when she stays overnight in a hotel or at a friend’s home where there is only a shower, she gets uneasy. “I make sure the doors and windows of the house are locked and I leave the bathroom door open and shower curtain open. I’m always facing the door, watching, no matter where the shower head is.”
Leigh’s career slowed down in the 1960s with notable appearances in The Manchurian Candidate (1962) and Harper (1966). She then appeared in made-for-television movies and minor feature films. She appeared in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) as Norma Watson. She is also Jamie Lee Curtis’ mother. Leigh unfortunately did not appear in much else after Halloween. She was in one episode of Family Law in 2001 and played Mrs. Witt in the comedy Bad Girls from Valley High (2005). Sadly, she passed away in 2004 at the age of 77 from vasculitis, an inflammation of blood vessels.
5. Busta Rhymes (Freddie Harris)
Busta Rhymes (real name Trevor George Smith, Jr.), like LL Cool J, began his entertainment career as a rapper. He is also a record producer and record executive. Rhymes was listed as one of About.com’s 50 Greatest Rappers of All Time. When he was only 17-years-old, he joined a group called Leaders of the New School and signed a record deal with Elektra Records. The band released two albums, Future Without a Past… (1991) and T.I.M.E. (1993) before breaking up in 1994. Out on his own for the first time, Rhymes’ released his first album The Coming with great success. He appeared in the last of the original series of Halloween movies, Halloween: Resurrection (2002), as Freddie Harris. An entrepreneur interested in getting rich, Freddie creates the Internet reality show the characters in the film partake in. He actually fights off Michael and tells him off. Impressive, considering he doesn’t get gutted with his knife afterwards.
Busta Rhymes performs and writes music for various films much more often than he acted in them, often being credited by his name Trevor Smith. He wrote and performed the songs “Let’s Go” in Ride Along (2014) and “G-Stro” in Fast & Furious (2009), as well as wrote the songs “Look at Me Now” for Rio 2 (2014) and “Scenario” in Pitch Perfect 2 (2015). He has also lent his voice to various media, including the video game Def Jam Fight for NY (2004) and three episodes of the Adult Swim television show The Boondocks in 2007. He has also recently appeared as himself in the TV shows Master of None in 2015 and Fresh Off the Boat in 2016.
4. Katee Sackhoff (Jennifer ‘Jen’ Danzig)
Actress Kathryn Ann “Katee” Stackoff joined Busta Rhymes in Halloween: Resurrection (2002). She plays Sara Moyer and Rudy Grimes’ best-friend Jen. After her role in Halloween, she joined the cast of Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009) as Lieutenant Kara “Starbuck.” During the course of the show she also starred in White Noise 2: The Light (2007). She also played shorter recurring roles on Nip/Tuck in 2009 and 24 in 2010. Sackoff continued her role in horror and science-fiction movies with a string of movies including A Deadly Obsession (2012), The Haunting of Connecticut: Ghosts of Georgia (2013), Riddick (2013) and Oculus (2014).
Sackoff has also worked as a voice actress. She lent her voice to the TV series Star Wars: The Clone Wars in 2012-2013 and Robot Chicken from 2007-2016, the animated film Batman: Year One (2011) and to videos games like Call of Duty: Black Ops III (2015). She then landed a recurring role in Longmire from 2012-2016. She starred in the film Girl Flu (2016) and her movie Don’t Knock Twice is currently in post-production.
3. Tyra Banks (Nora Winston)
A woman of many talents, Tyra Banks is a model, talk show host, actress, producer and singer. Banks played Nora Winston in Halloween: Resurrection (2002). In the film, Nora helps Freddie direct his Internet reality show. She started looking for modeling agents when she was 17 and was picked up by a French modeling scout. She was the first African-American woman to appear on the covers of Sports Illustrated, GQ and Victoria Secret, all in the same year (1996). She has been named on People’s 50 Most Beautiful People list several times and won the Michael award for Supermodel of the Year in 1997. Her first foray into acting was 1993, when she landed the recurring role of Will’s girlfriend Jackie in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air from 1993. Her first film role was in Higher Learning (1995).
A year after she appeared in Halloween: Resurrection, Tyra Banks created the reality show America’s Next Top Model (2003-), which is still going strong at over 20 seasons. Ironic, considering she helped direct a reality show in her Halloween role. In 2005, she became the host and executive producer of her own reality show, The Tyra Banks Show (2005-2011). The show won two Emmy awards, one in 2008 and one in 2009, for Outstanding Talk Show/Informative. It has been announced that she will be the executive producer and star in the upcoming sequel to Life-Size (2000). She will reprise her role in the first movie as Eve, a doll who is brought to life.
2. Michelle Williams (Molly Cartwell)
Michelle Williams appeared as Molly Cartwell, John Tate’s girlfriend, in Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998). She is an actress most notable for several roles she took on after becoming part of the Halloween franchise. In the same year, she started playing Jen Lindley on Dawson’s Creek (1998-2003). She played Ennis Del Mar’s wife in Brokeback Mountain (2005) and won a Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress. Williams was nominated for several awards for her role as Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn (2011) and won a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical.
Williams appeared in several other roles after My Week with Marilyn including playing Glinda in Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), Randi in Manchester by the Sea (2016) and Certain Woman (2016). Her upcoming films include Wonderstuck (2017), which is in post-production, and The Greatest Showman on Earth (2017), currently in pre-production.
1. Tyler Mane (Michael Myers)
Tyler Mane is an actor and producer who previously played Sabretooth in X-Men (2000). He used to be a professional wrestler, which really shows in the Halloween films. Mane is known for his role as Michael Myers in the remake of Halloween (2007) and its sequel. He is arguably the most physically intimidating Michael Myers.
In-between the two Halloween films, Mane was in a video called WWE: The Rise and Fall of WCW. After Halloween II, he appeared in the film Gunless (2010). Later he starred in the horror web series Chopper (20112-2012). It is a prequel to the comic book mini-series of the same name. Mane stars as the headless horseman (before he became headless). He has appeared in several movies since, including Devil May Call (2013) and Take 2: The Audition (2015).
Mane appears to be very busy lately. One film recently completed is Check Point, due out this year. Two other films he will appear in, Abnormal Attraction (2016) and Bring Me a Dream (2017), are currently in post-production. It was also recently announced that Mane will appear in the film The Horror Show, a movie about aspiring horror movie directors picked to appear on a horror themed reality TV show. Only problem? It isn’t really a “show” at all…