Paul Rudd
Paul Rudd is arguably the biggest star to come out of Halloween 6. Rudd's first notable film 'Clueless' is what led him to star in 'Hallowen 6'. After that, he excelled on both movie and TV screens, primarily in comedies. His credits include 'Romeo and Juliet' (1996), 'The Cider House Rules' (1999), and 'Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy' (2004). Most recently, he starred in the comedic hit 'The 40-Year Old Virgin' in 2005, and has five more projects on tap. In addition to movies, Paul had a recurring role on the hit TV show 'Friends' from 2002 until 2003, and he was a contestant on Bravo's 'Celebrity Poker Showdown' in 2003 and 2004.

George P. Wilbur
Veteran stuntman George P. Wilbur, who played Michael Myers in Halloween 4 and 6, continued his stunt coordinating following the success of those films. He was involved in the stunts for the academy-award winning film 'The Silence of the Lambs' in 1991, and did the same for movies like 'The Last Boy Scout' (1991), 'Casino' (1995), and 'Spider-Man' (2002). He most recently appeared in 'Behind The Action', a documentary about stuntment, in 2002, and was involved in the 2004 TV flick 'Wedding Daze'.

J.C. Brandy
J.C. 'Justine' Brandy, who took on the important role of Jamie Lloyd after Danielle Harris, went on to succeed in TV movies and other foreign films. Her movie credits include 'Dogstar' (1997), 'Devil In The Flesh' (1998), 'What Lies Beneath' (2000), and 'McBride: The Chameleon Murder' (2005). Her latest film project was released in 2006 and titled 'Comedy Hell'.

Marianne Hagan
After playing Kara Strode in 'Halloween 6', Marianne Hagan went on to success mostly on the small screen. She frequently guest stars on many of today's action or crime drama series. Her TV credits include 'The X-Files' (1998), 'Homicide: Life on the Street' (1999), and spots on all three of the 'Law and Order' series. Her latest film project was released in 2006 and titled 'The Second Line'.

Mitchell Ryan
Mitchell Ryan, who played Dr. Wynn, parlayed an already successful career onto the TV screen following 'Halloween 6'. He appeared on a 1995 episode of USA's drama 'Silk Stalkings' immediately following filming of 'Halloween 6', then made frequent appearences on the shows 'Wings', 'Spy Game', and 'The West Wing'. In addition, Ryan also lended his voice to the animated series 'Justice League', where he voiced the character 'The Highfather' in July 2003. His most recent movie was the 2005 made-for-TV flick 'Love For Rent', where he once again played a doctor.

Bradford English
Bradford English, who played the self-centered John Strode in 'Halloween 6', went on to succeed as a guest star on many TV series in the late 1990s and early 2000s. His credits include 'Frasier' (1996), 'Brooklyn South' (1997), 'The X-Files' (2000), and 'Ally McBeal' (2002). His most recent appearance came in a 2004 episode of the NBC drama 'Crossing Jordan'.

Kim Darby
Kim Darby, who played Debra Strode in 'Halloween 6', is also known for her role as Mattie Ross alongside John Wayne in 1969's 'True Grit'. Kim has also done extensive work on the TV circuit, including 'Profiler' (1996), 'Becker' (1999), and 'The X-Files' (2000). In addition, she gives exclusive seminars across the country, sharing her experiences in acting with various colleges, universities, and film schools. Most recently, Kim appeared in the 2007 film 'Cold Ones'.

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