John Carpenter
Film legend John Carpenter has gone on to a distinguished career in horror films. Carpenter is known mostly for 'Halloween', but has a bevy of classics to his credit, including 'The Fog', 'Assault on Precinct 13', 'The Thing', 'Village of the Damned', and 'Escape from New York'.

Jamie Lee Curtis
Jamie Lee Curtis, famous as Laurie in four 'Halloween' installments, is now semi-retired from acting, taking a few projects here or there to concentrate on her family. Her many screen credits include 'The Fog', 'Prom Night', 'True Lies', and 'Freaky Friday'. Most recently, Jamie has started publishing a series of children's books with her friend Laura Cornell.

Nick Castle
Nick Castle, the first man to don the pale Shatner mask and play Michael Myers, went on to a career in directing. His credits include 'The Last Starfighter', 'Dennis The Menace', and 'Major Payne'. He penned his most recent project, 'August Rush', in 2006.

Tony Moran
Tony Moran, "the face" of Michael Myers in the original Halloween, has gotten out of acting since Halloween. However, he is currently on the convention scene, making regular stops all across the country meeting and greeting all the fans.

P.J. Soles
Since her breakthrough in 1976's Stephen King classic 'Carrie', Pamela Jayne Soles has gone on to become a well-known name in horror. After playing one of Carrie's tormentors, P.J. joined John Carpenter's cult classic 'Halloween' in 1978, delivering the famous line, "See anything you like?" that is still in the memory of fans today. Her acting credits include 'Carrie', 'Halloween', 'Sweet Dreams', 'Jawbreaker', and 'Death By Engagement'. P.J. left acting in the early 2000s, but returned to star in a series of films, most recently in Rob Zombie's sequel 'The Devil's Rejects'.

Nancy Loomis
Nancy Loomis, who played Annie in Halloween, has been out of acting since 1992. Following her appearance in John Carpenter's original classic, she was brought back as the wife of Dr. Challis in the spinoff 'Halloween III: Season of the Witch'. Nancy was originally married to 'Halloween III' director Tommy Lee Wallace, then later divorced and got re-married. Her other screen credits include the original 'Assault on Precinct 13', 'The Twilight Zone', and in 1992's 'Lady Boss'.

Charles Cyphers
Charles Cyphers, who played Sheriff Brackett in Halloween, returned to that role when John Carpenter did the sequel, 'Halloween II', in 1981. After that, Cyphers appeared in two other Carpenter classics, 'The Fog' and 'Escape from New York', before doing a series of sequels, which included 'Death Wish II' and 'Big Bad Mama II'. Charles is also known for his role in the 1989 baseball hit 'Major League', where he played Indians general manager Charlie Donovan. His most recent project was 2005's 'The Second Line'.

Nancy Stephens
After appearing in 'Halloween', Nancy Stephens reprised her role as Marion Chambers in 'Halloween II'. It was there that she met her husband, director Rick Rosenthal, who later went on to direct 'Halloween: Resurrection'. Her many credits include 'American Dreamer', 'D2: The Mighty Ducks', and the TV series 'Days of our Lives'. Nancy was brought back to play Marion Chambers one final time in 1998's 'Halloween H20', where she was finally killed off by Michael Myers in the beginning.

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