WHERE ARE THEY NOW?


Brad Dourif
Brad Dourif, who portrayed Sheriff Brackett in Rob Zombie's 'Halloween' and 'Halloween II', is perhaps best known for his other major role in the horror world-- that of Charles Lee Ray (Chucky) in the 'Child's Play' franchise. He portrayed the role in the original, and has voiced the doll ever since, spanning six films. He most recently completed 'Curse Of Chucky', a direct to video installment of the franchise in 2013 which starred his daughter, Fiona. Brad is also known for his role of Grima Wormtongue in the 'Lord Of The Rings' trilogy and as Doc Cochran in the HBO series 'Deadwood' (2004-2006). Dourif, a frequent guest star on TV dramas, has several to his credit, most notably 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' (2010), 'Fringe' (2011), and 'Psych' (2011). He has two films upcoming titled 'Twisted' and 'The Control Group', as well as a rumored seventh 'Child's Play' film with original creator Don Mancini again at the helm.



Alex Vincent
www.alexvincentonline.com
Alex Vincent, who played Andy Barclay in the first two 'Child's Play' films, returned to the franchise in an after-credits cameo role in 2013's 'Curse Of Chucky'. It was a nod to the horror fanbase, of which Alex considers himself a part of, and could be a preview of what is coming in future Chucky films. Vincent, who currently works as a writer and sound engineer in Tampa, Fla., not only hits the convention scene as a guest, but frequently attends as a fan as well. His most recent credits include 'The Noobs' (2015) and the upcoming project 'Descending', set for release in 2017.



Christine Elise
www.christineelisemccarthy.com
Following her debut role in 'Child's Play 2', Christine Elise has gone on to a very diverse career as an actor, director, photographer, and writer. She had a recurring role as Emily Valentine on 'Beverly Hills, 90210', starring in 12 episodes from 1991-1994, and followed that up with another recurring role, that of Harper Tracy, on NBC's hit hospital drama 'ER'. Christine appeared in 15 episodes of that show from 1995-1996 before starring on Fox's short-lived show 'L.A. Firefighters' for 13 episodes in 1997. Other TV credits to her name include 'Judging Amy' (2001), 'Charmed' (2005), 'In Justice' (2006), and 'Castle' (2012). Christine made her directorial debut with an award winning short film she also wrote, produced, and starred in, titled 'Bathing and the Single Girl'. Since its inception in December 2010, the film has been screened at more than 100 festivals and has won 20 awards. She released her first novel of the same title in January 2014. Most recently, she maintains a food blog called 'Delightful-Delicious-Delovely', and appeared on Ken Reid's TV Guidance Counselor podcast.



Jenny Agutter
www.jennyagutter.net
Emmy-award winning actress Jenny Agutter (Joanne from 'Child's Play 2') primarily has made her name on the small screen. She won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her role of Fritha in 1971's 'The Snow Goose'. Throughout the 1990s, she had roles on shows such as 'The Buccaneers' (1995), 'And the Beat Goes On' (1996), 'September' (1996), and 'A Respectable Trade' (1998). On the big screen during this time, Jenny starred in 'Darkman' with Liam Neeson (1990) and 'Blue Juice' alongside Ewan McGregor and Catherine Zeta-Jones (1995). She is perhaps best known to the horror world for her role of Nurse Anna Price in 1981's groundbreaking 'An American Werewolf in London'. Jenny has been married to Johan Tham since the late 1980s, and they have one son, Jonathan, born in 1990. Jenny is very passionate about her charity work for The Diabetic Association and NCH Action for Children, a charity which provides home and other help for homeless children, with which she has been involved for several years. She most recently had a recurring role as Sister Julienne in the TV drama 'Call The Midwife' (2012-2016) and starred in two Marvel films, 'The Avengers' (2012), and 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' (2014), playing a world council member in both.



Gerrit Graham
www.gerritgraham.com
Gerrit Graham, who played the role of Phil Simpson in 'Child's Play 2', has carved quite a diverse career for himself. He has starred in multiple genres, appearing in romantic comedies, horror/sci-fi thrillers, musicals, cartoons and dramas. Big screen credits to his name include 'Phantom Of The Paradise' (1974), 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show' (1975), 'Demon Seed' (1977) and 'My Girl 2' (1994). He also wrote and lent his voice to two Disney classics: 'The Little Mermaid' (1989) and 'The Prince And The Pauper' (1990). On TV, Gerrit has guest starred in many diverse projects, from 'The Dukes Of Hazzard' (1983) to 'St. Elsewhere' (1987) to the original 'Dallas' (1988-1989), and even the animated 'Gargoyles' (1995-1996). Most recently, Gerrit starred in the 2012 film 'Cove Road' under his pseudonym 'Bud T. Chud', a play off of his role in the 1989 film 'CHUD II: Bud The Chud'.



Grace Zabriskie
www.gracezabriskie.com
Poet and actress Grace Zabriskie (Grace Poole from 'Child's Play 2') has appeared in over 80 movies in her career. She gained notoriety early on for her role of Mrs. Ames in 1981's 'East Of Eden', an adaptation of the John Steinbeck novel. She is perhaps best known as a regular collaborator with director David Lynch, having been a series regular in the cult classic 'Twin Peaks' in the role of Sarah Palmer, which she will reprise in the 2017 reboot. In addition to that, Grace appeared in the Oscar-nominated 'Fried Green Tomatoes' (1991), was a regular on the mega-hit comedy 'Seinfeld' from 1992-1998, and even took on big-screen blockbuster 'Armageddon' in 1998, playing the role of Dottie. More recent credits to her name include 'The Grudge' (2004) and 'License To Wed' (2007) on the big screen and breakout hits 'Big Love' (2006-2011) and 'Ray Donovan' (2015) on cable. In addition to her acting, Grace makes silk-screen prints and writes and performs her own original poetry in and around Atlanta, Georgia. Her visual arts, which include creating lamps or as she calls them, 'sculptures with light', are available from L.A.-based ArtHaus.



Beth Grant
Familiar face Beth Grant, who played the role of Miss Kettlewell in 'Child's Play 2', has starred in over 70 feature films, including 'Little Miss Sunshine', which was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar in 2006 and gained Beth the recipient of the Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble Cast In A Feature Film. She followed that up the next year by winning the same award, this time for 'No Country For Old Men'. Other popular studio pictures to her name include 'Rock Star' (2001), 'Matchstick Men' (2003), 'Speed' (1994), 'A Time To Kill' (1996), 'Rock Star' (2001) and 'Matchstick Men' (2003). On television, Grant has guest-starred on hundreds of hit series ranging from 'Friends' (1994) to 'The X-Files' (1993) to 'Angel' (1999) and 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' (2000). In addition to her work on-screen, Grant has appeared on stage in over 30 plays from Los Angeles to New York, including William Inge's 'Picnic' (with Jennifer Jason Leigh), Tennessee Williams' 'Summer And Smoke' (with Christopher Reeve), 'Holy Ghosts' by Romulus Linney, and 'On A Southern Journey' by Maya Angelou. Beth is a recipient of The Los Angeles Drama Critics Award and The L.A. Stage Alliance Award and The Backstage West Garlan Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Del Shores' 'The Trials And Tribulations Of A Trailer Trash Housewife'. Most recently, Grant appeared in recurring roles in the television series 'The Mindy Project' (2012-2016) and 'The Secret Life Of An American Teenager' (2013). She is married to actor Michael Chieffo (the security guard from 'Child's Play 3'!), and the two have one daughter, Mary.



Greg Germann
Following his role as Mattson in 'Child's Play 2', Greg Germann gained fame as a character named Petey in 1994's 'Clear And Present Danger', and perhaps his best known role, that of Richard Fish, in the comedy series Ally McBeal, which ran from 1997-2002. During his time, he received an Emmy nomination and three Screen Actors Guild awards nominations, winning one for 'Best Ensemble Cast Performance In A Comedy' in 1999. Greg also stepped into the director's chair for a few episodes of the show before ultimately jumping back onto the screen. Other film credits to his name include 'Sweet November' (2001), 'Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby' (2005) and 'Quarantine' (2008). Most recently, Germann appeared in the popular TV series 'House Of Lies' (2012), 'NCIS' (2013), 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' (2013-2014). He currently guest stars on the CBS drama 'Limitless' in the role of Grady Johnson, and is a regular on the ABC fantasy series 'Once Upon A Time', portraying the character Hades.




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