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.

Brad Loree
Brad Loree, who gave a solid effort as Michael Myers in Resurrection, has continued his career primarily in stuntwork. His movie credits include 'X2: X-Men United' (2003), 'White Chicks' (2004), and 'Dead Calling' (2006). As a stuntman, he was involved in 'Final Destination 2' (2003), 'House of the Dead' (2003), 'Scooby-Doo 2' (2004), and 'Catwoman' (2004). Brad was rumored to reprise his role in 'Halloween: Retribution', but Dimension Films decided instead to re-make the original, with Rob Zombie at the helm. Most recently, Brad has worked on TV shows 'Battlestar Galactica' and 'Supernatural', both in stunt roles.

Busta Rhymes
Busta Rhymes continues to be one of the more successful rap artists in the world today. He is currently signed to Shady/Aftermath Records, the label of Dr. Dre and Eminem. In 2000, he broke the Guinness World Record for most syllables in one second during a freestyle rap. Before him, the title was held by voice-actor John Moschitta, who could maintain the most consonants unbroken per second. His budding movie career includes roles in the underground hits 'Death of a Dynasty' (2003), 'Full Clip' (2004), and 'Strong Arm Steady' (2004). His most recent project is titled 'Order Of Redemption', set for release in 2008.

Tyra Banks
Tyra Banks, one of the world's most famous models, has branched out into many forms of media since 'Resurrection'. She continues to produce and host the hit show 'America's Next Top Model' for UPN, while launching her own talk show, 'The Tyra Banks Show' in 2005. She continues to be the CEO of 'TYInc', the company she founded, while still finding time to occasionally appear on 'The Tonight Show', 'The Daily Show' and others.

Bianca Kajlich
Since Resurrection in 2002, Bianca Kajlich has gone on to appear in several TV series, including recurring roles on 'Dawson's Creek' (2002-2003), 'Rock Me, Baby' (2004), and 'Vanished' (2006). She was rumored to reprise her role of Sara in 'Halloween: Retribution', but Dimension Films decided instead to re-make the original, with Rob Zombie at the helm. Currently, she plays Jennifer on 'Rules Of Engagement', where she's appeared in 22 episodes since 2007. She married longtime boyfriend Landon Donovan, an MLS soccer star, in 2006.

Katee Sackhoff
Katee Sackhoff, Jen in Resurrection, has appeared primarily on the small screen since 2002. Her most prominent role is of Captain/Lt. Thrace on the Sci-Fi channel's hit 'Battlestar Galactica', a role she has held since 2003. Her latest credits include the re-launch of 'The Bionic Woman' (2007), 'The Last Sentinel' (2007), and 'White Noise 2: The Light' (2007).

Sean Patrick Thomas
Sean Patrick Thomas, who played the role of Rudy Grimes in 'Resurrection', has continued his young career in Hollywood. His most famous roles came in 'Cruel Intentions' (1997), 'Save The Last Dance' (2001), and the 'Barbershop' films (2002, 2004). In 2006, he starred in 'The Fountain' and 'Saint Louis Blues', where he played jazz great Louie Armstrong. His next film project is titled 'The Burrowers', slated for release in 2008.

Thomas Ian Nicholas
Thomas Ian Nicholas, Bill Woodlake in 'Resurrection', has continued his career primarily in comedies. Known for his role as 'Kevin Myers' in the 'American Pie' trilogy, Nicholas also has a number of other comedies to his credit, including: 'The Rules of Attraction' (2002), 'Stealing Sinatra' (2003), 'L.A. DJ' (2004), and 'Taking Charge' (2005). In 2006, he starred in National Lampoon's 'Cattle Call', alongside Nicole Eggert and Jenny Mollen. He currently has four films on tap for 2008, including 'Let The Game Begin' and 'The Hitman'.

Ryan Merriman
Ryan Merriman, who played the important role of 'Deckard' in 'Resurrection', has gone on to continue his career in horror. His latest horror credits include 'Taken' (2001), 'The Ring Two' (2005), and 'Final Destination 3' (2006). Ryan has several films lined up for 2008 and 2009, including 'Backwoods', 'The Last Horseman', and 'The Hard Ride.'

Luke Kirby
Luke Kirby, who played Jim in 'Resurrection', has continued his career on a much smaller scale. His underground movies include 'Shattered Glass' (2003), 'Luck' (2003), and 'The Human Kazoo' (2004). He recently completed the sports flick 'The Greatest Game Ever Played', and has appeared on several TV series, including 'Slings And Arrows' and 'It's Me Gerald'. In 2007, he landed a recurring role as Hugo in the TV serial drama 'Tell Me You Love Me'.

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