Adrienne King
Adrienne King, Alice from 'Friday The 13th' Parts 1 and 2, was born and raised in Oyster Bay, Long Island, and did her first commercial when she was six months old. She has also studied voice and dance, being continually involved in some phase of show business. She has done numerous television and radio commercials. The more notable appearances include the soap operas 'The Edge of the Night', 'All My Children', and 'Another World'. More recently, she did a few voice roles for 1993's 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape?' and 1995's 'While You Were Sleeping'. Today, Adrienne is a full-time mom and runs a film production company with her husband in California, and most recently appeared on Bravo's '100 Scariest Moments In Film'. She also does horror conventions, and recently returned to acting with the 2009 film 'Walking Distance'.

Ari Lehman
Ari Lehman, who has the distinction of being the first man to play Jason, has gone on to an underground music career with his band, the 'Ari Ben Moses' band, which recently released a CD entitled 'Burning Bush'. His next CD will include music inspired by the 'Friday the 13th' series. He also returned to film in 2005, playing the coroner in the low budget horror movie, 'Tattoo Terror', and has been in several films since, notably 'Thanxgiving' (2006) and 'Hell-ephone' (2008). Ari has three projects going in 2009, including 'Black Friday' (with various other horror veterans), 'Terror Overload', and 'Blood De Madam: The Fallen Ones'. He is also very active on the horror convention circuit.

Harry Crosby
Harry Crosby, who played Bill in 'Friday The 13th', has slowly phased out of show business since his role. The son of Bing Crosby, Harry has been working in investment banking since the late 1980s. Up until late 1999, he was a managing director at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York City. He also occasionally performs along with singers at various coffeehouses and clubs around the east coast.

Kevin Bacon
Kevin Bacon, who played Jack in 'Friday The 13th', is probably one of the more well-known actors to come from an Friday the 13th movie. Before he was Jack in 'Friday The 13th', he got his start in 'National Lampoon's Animal House', and from there, the sky was the limit. His long list of films include 1984's 'Footloose', 1990's 'Tremors', 1991's 'JFK', 1992's 'A Few Good Men', 1995's 'Apollo 13,' 1999's 'Stir of Echoes', and 2000's 'Hollow Man.' His most recent films include the 2004 release 'The Woodsman', and 2007's 'Death Sentence'. He is currently married to actress Kyra Sedgwick, and they have two children. Their son, Travis, currently plays in the 4-member rock-punk-funk band 'Idiot Box', while Kevin continues his musical work in the 'Bacon Brothers' band. Up next for Kevin in 2009 are two flicks: 'My One And Only' and 'Taking Chance'.

Mark Nelson
Mark Nelson, who played Ned in 'Friday The 13th', has continued on in acting, with many small roles. Most recently, he has starred in 1992's "The Seventh Coin," 1996's "The First Wives Club," and on TV's "Spin City" in 1996. Most recently, he has appeared in NBC's 'Law and Order' and its various spin-offs from 1996-2004, and in 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' in 2008.

Robbi Morgan
Robbi Morgan, who played Annie in 'Friday The 13th', has retired from acting. She is currently married to Mark L. Walberg, the host of Game Show Network's 'Russian Roulette'. (Not to be confused with actor/singer 'Marky Mark' Wahlberg). They have two children, and among the bridesmaids at their wedding was Demi Moore.

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