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.

Jennifer Tilly
Jennifer Tilly, better known as Tiffany Valentine in three of the six 'Child's Play' films, rose to fame in the 1990s both on the big and small screens. She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Olive Neal in the film 'Bullets Over Broadway' in 1994 and gained significant attention for portraying a lesbian opposite Gina Gershon in 1996's 'Bound'. After that, she added various supporting roles to her resume, including 1997's 'Liar, Liar', 1999's 'Play It To The Bone', and 2003's 'The Haunted Mansion'. Tilly has also guest starred on many television dramas and lent her voice to various animated projects over the years, most notably 'Family Guy' (2005), 'Monsters, Inc.' (2001), 'The Cleveland Show' (2009), and 'The Simpsons' (2012). An avid poker player, Jennifer won a World Series of Poker bracelet in the Ladies' No-Limit Texas Hold-'Em event in 2005, defeating over 600 other players to claim the prize (and $158,625). For her career, she has finished in the money 11 times, exceeding $916,000 in total earnings. Most recently, Jennifer returned to the Chucky series in a cameo role in 'Curse Of Chucky' in 2013 and starred in an episode of the popular drama 'Orphan Black' in 2015.

Billy Boyd
Billy Boyd, who voiced the role of Glen/Glenda in 'Seed Of Chucky', has continued his career primarily in sci-fi television shows and films. He is perhaps best known as Peregrin "Pippin" Took in Peter Jackson's epic film trilogy 'The Lord Of The Rings' (2001–2003), Barret Bonden in 'Master And Commander: The Far Side Of The World' (2003), and Elijah in the TV mini-series 'Moby Dick' (2011). An avid surfer, Boyd is trained in martial arts and also holds a Grade 7 in foil fencing. In his spare time, Billy fronts a band called 'Beecake', named after Boyd's 'Lord Of The Rings' co-star Dominic Monaghan sent a picture of a cake covered in bees. In 2014, Boyd wrote and performed the song 'The Last Goodbye', which was played over the ending credits of 'The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies'. Most recently, he voiced the character Pippin in all of the 'Lord Of The Rings' video games and appeared in an episode of Marvel's 'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.' (2015) in the role of a guitar player.

Rapper and actor Redman (real name Reginald Noble) rose to fame in the early 1990s as an artist on the Def Jam Records label. He is well known for his frequent collaborations with fellow artist Method Man, as one-half of the rap duo 'Method Man & Redman', including their starring roles in films and sitcoms. Films to his credit include 'How High' (2001), 'Rock The Bells' (2006) and 'Dark' (2015), while on the small screen, he's appeared on 'MadTV' (2001), 'Chappelle's Show' (2003), and 'Wild 'N Out' (2007), among others. Redman was twice nominated for a Grammy Award, in 2001 for Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group with De La Soul on the song 'Ooh'; and in 2003 for Best Pop Collaboration with Christina Aguilera on the song 'Dirrty'. Albums in his discography include 'Muddy Waters' (1996), 'Malpractice' (2001), and 'Reggie' (2010). His most recent album 'Mudface' was released in 2015.

Hannah Spearritt
Actress Hannah Spearritt, who portrayed Joan in 'Seed Of Chucky', is perhaps best known as an original member of the pop group 'S Club 7' from 1999 until their breakup in 2003. As for her acting, besides her turn in the 'Chucky' universe, Hannah also had the leading role of Abby Maitland in ITV's 'Primeval' from 2007-2011. Other credits to her name include 'Agent Cody Banks 2' (2004), 'Little Larry' (2012), and 'The Goob' (2014). In addition to her screen credits, Hannah has also appeared in several stage productions, most notably 'The Belle's Strategem' (2011), 'One Man, Two Guvnors' (2012), and 'The Armour' (2015). She also took part in an 'S Club 7' reunion in 2015, as the group got back together for the 'Bring It All Back 2015 Tour' in the UK. Most recently, she's appeared in the TV mini-series 'GoryTime' in 2015, as well as nine episodes of the drama 'Casualty' in 2016.

John Waters
John Waters, who portrayed the role of paparazzi photographer Pete Peters in 'Seed Of Chucky', has made a name for himself in the entertainment underground as a film director, screenwriter, author, actor, stand-up comedian, journalist, visual artist. He rose to fame in the early 1970s for his transgressive cult films, including 'Pink Flamingos' (1972), 'Female Trouble' (1974) and 'Desperate Living' (1977). Waters' 1970s and early 1980s films feature his regular troupe of actors known as the Dreamlanders—among them Divine, Mink Stole, David Lochary, Mary Vivian Pearce, and Edith Massey. Waters dabbled in mainstream film-making with 1988's 'Hairspray', which introduced Ricki Lake and earned a modest gross of $8 million in the U.S. In 2002, 'Hairspray' was adapted to a long-running Broadway musical, which itself was adapted to a hit musical film that earned more than $200 million worldwide. After the crossover success of the original film version of 'Hairspray', Waters' films began featuring familiar actors and celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Johnny Knoxville, Christina Ricci, and Alicia Witt. Other acting credits to his name include 'Blood Feast 2: All U Can Eat' (2002), 'Jackass: Number Two' (2006), and 'Of Dolls And Murder' (2011). He currently resides in his hometown of Baltimore, Maryland.

Tony Gardner
Makeup and special effects designer Tony Gardner, who was one of many to play themselves in 'Seed Of Chucky', has designed and created effects for over 140 productions, including 'There's Something About Mary' (1998), 'Shallow Hal' (2001), 'Zombieland' (2009), and '127 Hours' (2010). Tony and his company Alterian Inc. were nominated for an Academy Award for their work in 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' (2014), in which they transformed Johnny Knoxville into an curmudgeonly old man. Gardner has also been involved with the music group Daft Punk, helping create their signature helmets as well as an animatronic robot for their 'Technologic' music video. Most recently, Tony and Alterian have been involved in projects such as 'Dumb And Dumber To' (2014), 'The Bad Batch' (2016) and the television adaptation of Stephen King's 'The Mist' (2017).

Jason Flemyng
Jason Flemyng, who had the unenviable task of playing Santa Claus in the film within a film in 'Seed Of Chucky', is best known for his work in British films, such as 'Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels' (1998), 'Snatch' (2000), both for Guy Ritchie, as well as Hollywood productions such as 'Rob Roy' (1995), 'From Hell' (2001) and 'The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen' (2003). He's also appeared in prominent roles in both theater and television in the UK and won the Best Actor Award at the Geneva Film Festival for his role in 1996's 'Alive And Kicking'. Most recently, he appeared in 'X-Men: First Class' (2011), 'Stonehearst Asylum' (2014), and 'The Last Kingdom' (2015).

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