WHERE ARE THEY NOW?
After Part 3, Dana Kimmell appeared on various TV shows, sitcoms and soap operas. Kimmell has been on the soap 'Days of Our Lives', the movie 'Lone Wolf McQuaide', and the TV movie 'Sins of the Mother'. She also had cameos on popular '80's shows such as 'Different Strokes', 'Hunter', and 'The A-Team'. Dana was never a fan of R-rated movies, and feels that movies should do a better job of standing up for good values and morals. She is also not a fan of onscreen sex.
After Part 3, Paul Kratka retired from acting and became a chiropractor in Carlsbad, California, but he has since returned to the industry. He played Detective Ronner in 2006's 'The Day They Came Back', and followed that up taking a turn as the narrator in the 2007 film 'Illuminated'. He is currently involved in the development of a new film titled 'Loss of Hope', slated for release in 2009.
Tracie Savage went on to become a news anchor on Channel 4 in Los Angeles, before switching stations to KFWB News Radio. She can also be seen in the short film Loretta. Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1962, Tracie earned her bachelor's degree in communications from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1984. Among the accolades to her credit, Tracie has won 3 L.A.-area Emmy awards and a Cleveland Press Club Award. She was the principal field reporter for the Heidi Fleiss trial and the O.J. Simpson civil and criminal trials. She also reported on the Oklahoma City bombing in April 1995 and had the honor of reporting from the Summer Olympics in Atlanta in 1996. Most recently, she appeared as a TV newscaster in the USA drama series 'Monk' in 2008.
After filming Part 3, Larry Zerner gave up acting and went on to become a successful lawyer in California. He practiced Entertainment Law in Los Angeles at the law firm of Kirsch & Mitchell before starting his own firm, Zerner Law. In March 2001, Larry appeared as a final contestant on ABC's 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire', but did not make it to the hot seat with Regis Philbin. Most recently, in 2007, Larry was the winning contestant on NBC's '1 vs. 100', walking away with a cool $250,000 in cash.
Catherine Parks has appeared in several movies since Part 3, most notably 1989's 'Weekend at Bernie's', 1993's 'Aspen Extreme', and 'Body of Influence'. Another interesting tidbit most people don't know about Catherine is that she was runner-up in the Miss America pageant in 1977.
David Katims appeared in a few movies since Part 3, most notably 2001's 'The Fugitive'. Today, Katims is an instructor at the 'Lettuce Amuse-U' comedy traffic school, where he is actively involved in stand-up acts.
Since Part 3, Rachel Howard appeared in 1988's 'Deep Space', then retired from acting. She is reportedly a doctor practicing medicine in California and enjoying the quiet life.
Nick Savage went on to appear in a few other B-movies, including 1985's 'Fright Night', and co-starred with Eddie Murphy in 1988's 'Coming to America', and 1989's 'Harlem Nights'. He has since retired from acting.
David Wiley continues to be involved in acting and voice-acting since his role as Abel in Part 3. His most notable TV appearances include 'Cheers' in 1984, 'Night Court' in 1990 and 1991, and the movie 'When Time Expires' in 1997.
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