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.

Justin Whalin
Justin Whalin, who played the teenage Andy Barclay in 'Child's Play 3', is perhaps best known for his role of photographer Jimmy Olsen in the popular TV drama 'Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman'. Although he was the second person to play the role, he did portray it for 65 episodes, from 1994-1997. Other credits to his name include 'Dungeons & Dragons' (2000), 'Slammed' (2004), and 'The House That Jack Built' (2009). Justin won an Emmy Award in 1993 for 'Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special' for the CBS Schoolbreak Special episode titled 'Other Mothers'. He also had bit parts in films like 'The Dead Pool' (1988) and 'Serial Mom' (1994), while also guest starring on several TV episodes of shows like 'General Hospital' (1988), 'Charles In Charge' (1988-1989), and 'The Wonder Years' (1989-1990). Hoping to return to the horror genre, Whalin auditioned for the role of Billy Loomis in Wes Craven's 1996 teen slasher 'Scream', but the part ultimately went to Skeet Ulrich.

Perrey Reeves
Perrey Reeves, who played Kristen De Silva in 'Child's Play 3', is perhaps the best known actor to emerge from the young cast. Perrey is perhaps best known as Mrs. Ari Gold in the HBO drama 'Entourage', a role she played from 2004-2011, as well as the film version of the series in 2015. Other film credits to her name include 'Old School' (2003), 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' (2005), and 'American Dreamz' (2006). Perrey has been a guest star on a lot of TV crime dramas throughout the 1990s and 2000s, including 'CSI' (2003), 'Hawaii Five-O' (2011), and 'Covert Affairs' (2014). Perrey was romantically linked to 'X-Files' actor David Duchovny off and on throughout the 1990s, but is currently married to tennis instructor Aaron Fox. Her next project will be the Freeform network's 'Famous In Love' (2017), in the role of Nina.

Travis Fine
Travis Fine, Lt. Col. Fred C. Shelton (SIR!) from 'Child's Play 3', has gone on to a diverse career in entertainment. Fine drew acclaim for portraying the role of mute Ike McSwain in ABC's western series 'The Young Riders' for most of the show's three seasons. He followed that up with appearances on several TV dramas, including 'JAG' (1995-1997), 'Family Law' (2000-2001) and 'CSI' (2001). In addition to that, he maintained his big-screen presence in films including 'The Thin Red Line' (1998), 'Girl, Interrupted' (1999), and 'Tomcats' (2001). In the fall of 2009, Fine wrote and directed 'The Space Between', a film about the 9/11 terror attacks. The movie, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, won the Grand Prize at the Heartland Film Festival, and later aired on the USA Network as a commercial-free movie event on the 10th anniversary of the attacks. Other writing credits to his name include episodes of 'Diagnosis: Murder' and 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman'. In 2002, Travis embarked on a new career as he attended ATP flight school. By 2003, Travis was hired as a commercial airline pilot flying regional jets for Chatauqua Airlines. Most recently, in 2012, Fine co-wrote, produced and directed 'Any Day Now', an LGBT film set in the 1970s.

Andrew Robinson
Andrew Robinson, Sgt. Botnick from 'Child's Play 3', burst onto the Hollywood scene in the 1971 Clint Eastwood classic, 'Dirty Harry'. He was cast in the supporting role of the Scorpio Killer, a character heavily based on the real-life Zodiac Killer, and received mostly positive reviews from his performance. Box Office Magazine called it "maniacal...a good blend of cunning and savagery". His performance was so good that he actually started receiving real-life death threats following the release of the film. From that point on, Robinson found himself primarily cast in demented, slasher-type roles. He got his first lead role for Clive Barker in 'Hellraiser' (1987), and has also had a variety of one-time and recurring roles on the small screen, including popular shows like 'Law & Order', 'The X-Files', and 'The Twilight Zone'. In addition to that, Andrew was cast in 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine' (1993), as Elim Garak, a Cardassian tailor with a secret spy past. Originally intended for only one episode, the character carried on for 37 turns, evolving from antagonist to protagonist as the series progressed. Following his experiences in front of the camera, Robinson eventually turned his attention behind the camera, directing several episodes of the series, as well as two 'Star Trek: Voyager' episodes and seven editions of 'Judging Amy', which featured his daughter Rachel in a recurring role. Andrew founded the Matrix Theater Company in Los Angeles, California, and currently heads an MFA program at the USC School of Dramatic Arts.

Dakin Matthews
Veteran actor Dakin Matthews (Col. Cochrane) has appeared all across the various platforms of entertainment, including films, television, and on stage. On the big screen, he's appeared in three films that were nominated for the 'Best Picture' Oscar: 'True Grit' (2010), 'Lincoln' (2012) and 'Bridge Of Spies' (2015). On the small screen, his diverse credits include everything from soap operas ('General Hospital' in 2010) to sci-fi ('Star Trek: Voyager' in 1999) to crime dramas ('NYPD Blue' in 2004 and 'Blue Bloods' in 2016). In addition to that, Dakin sprinkled in a bit of comedy as well, appearing in 'Parks & Recreation' (2010), 'Two And A Half Men' (2011) and 'The Big Bang Theory' (2012-2014) among many others. Matthews is also a playwright, director, and theater scholar who has published books and articles on Shakespeare and translations of 17th-century Spanish theater. He has been a dramaturg on numerous theatrical productions, including the 2003 revival of Henry IV (which won a Drama Desk Award Special Award for his adaptation), and the 2005 Broadway revival of 'Julius Caesar', starring Denzel Washington. Most recently, he took on the iconic role of Mickey Goldmill in the stage version of 'Rocky' in 2014.

Ron Fassler
Ron Fassler, who had the small role of Petzold in 'Child's Play 3', is perhaps best known for his role as Bryan Grazer, the LAPD captain in the Fox Network cult science fiction TV series 'Alien Nation' (1989-1990). The series was canceled after a short run, but Fox brought it back in 1994 in a series of five TV movies. Fassler reprised his role as Captain Grazer in all five segments: 'Dark Horizon' (1994), 'Body And Soul' (1995), 'Millennium' (1996), 'The Enemy Within' (1996), and 'The Udara Legacy' (1997). More recently, Fassler had a recurring role on the Disney XD sitcom 'Zeke And Luther' (2009), where he played reporter Dale Davis. This same role has also carried over to other Disney XD sitcoms including 'Kickin' It' and 'Pair Of Kings'. Fassler returned to the big screen in the 2015 movie Trumbo, which starred Bryan Cranston as famed Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. In recent years, Fassler has been directing shows at Priscilla Beach Theatre and working on his memoir, 'Up In The Cheap Seats', which is due out in Fall 2016.

Michael Chieffo
Michael Chieffo, who played the bit part of the security guard in 'Child's Play 3', has enjoyed a career of over four decades. Originally studying at The Juilliard School, Michael's credits include working with renowned directors Barry Levinson on 'Disclosure' (1994), Tony Scott on 'Crimson Tide' (1995), as well as perhaps his favorite with Curtis Hanson playing the coroner in 'L.A. Confidential' (1997). On the small screen, Michael's roles include guest spots on 'The X-Files' (1995), 'Roswell' (2000-2002), 'Criminal Minds' (2006) and 'The Closer' (2010) . Most recently, he appeared on critically acclaimed shows 'Mad Men' (2012) and 'Better Call Saul' (2016). a particular "fan favorite", The X-Files as the deranged Carl Wade. Michael played the lead role of Curtis in 'Unreal Estate' (2015), an independent feature that was honored with Best Dramatic Feature and Best Picture of the IFS Film Festival. Michael is married to actress Beth Grant (Miss Kettlewell from 'Child's Play 2'!) and they have one daughter, Mary.

Mark Christopher Lawrence
Actor, comedian and voice-over artist Mark Christopher Lawrence has performed stand-up all over the world, opening for acts like Jerry Seinfeld and Rodney Dangerfield. Lawrence attended USC and gained valuable experience during his time there by moonlighting at the Los Angeles Theater Center. While performing at the center, a Hollywood talent agent noticed his skill and landed Lawrence his first job in television, a role on Hill Street Blues (1981). After graduating from USC, he worked with the San Francisco Mime Troupe as well as live theater. He won an NAACP award for his work in Ken Davis' 'The Glass House' in 1990, a role which attracted the attention of director James Cameron, who subsequently cast him as the "burly insane asylum attendant" in 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' (1991). Other credits to his name throughout the 1990s and new millennium include 'Tales From The Hood' (1994), 'Planet Of The Apes' (2001), 'Christmas With The Kranks' (2004), and Rob Zombie's slasher sequel 'Halloween II' (2009). Lawrence is best known for his role as Big Mike on the NBC series 'Chuck', which ran from 2007-2012.

Mark Taormino
Actor and filmmaker Mark Taormino, who had a small part in the uncredited role of the Kent Blue Team Cadet in 'Child's Play 3', has diversified his career since then. He is perhaps best known for other bit parts he played, as a TV reporter in Warner Bros' superhero sequel 'Batman Returns' and as a Newsie dockworker in 'Newsies', both in 1992. Strangely enough, he wasn't credited in those, either. In addition to his film work, Mark is also a commercial producer. Most notably, he had three commercials for Doritos in 2016 that were aired during Super Bowl 50: 'Bold Interview', 'Naked Office Guy' and 'Bold Office Guy'. Since 1994, Mark has been a professional software engineer. He owns and operates his own social networking site called USociable.com. He also has various screenplays currently in the works and is attempting to get a video game, Maximum Mayhem Dungeons, off the ground through crowd-funding site Kickstarter.

Hannah Owens-Bender
Hannah Owens-Bender, the daughter of 'Child's Play 3' director Jack Bender, has gone on to a career in costuming and wardrobe in Hollywood. Aside from her turn as the carnival kid in her father's film, Hannah also appeared in the TV movie, 'The Gambler V: Playing For Keeps', starring Kenny Rogers (and also directed by Jack Bender). She got out of acting after that, but has emerged again on the small screen in the form of an assistant costume designer. Her two television credits in that department include the popular CBS Stephen King adaptation 'Under The Dome' (2014) and TNT's 'The Last Ship' (2015).

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