Ted White
Veteran actor Ted White disappointed many in 1987 when he revealed to Fangoria that he only played Jason "for the bucks" and refused to be credited in the movie. A year later, he was asked to reprise the role of Jason in Part 5, but he turned it down, saying "once was enough." White has done a lot of stunt work since then, including action in 'City Slickers II', 'Major League', and 'Road House'. His most recent films were 'Wild Wild West' in 1999 and 'Double Take' in 2001. Most recently, he has come to embrace his part of the 'Friday' legacy, attending conventions and meeting the fans who truly appreciate his work.

Corey Feldman
Corey Feldman, another well-known actor who got his start in Part 4, has gone on to moderate success in both music and films. He appeared in films such as 'The Goonies', 'Stand By Me', and 'Maverick' and was also the voice of Donatello in 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles', which he reprised in Part III of that series. Corey was originally slated for 'Freddy vs. Jason', but dropped out. He was most recently caught up on the reality series craze, appearing on 'The Surreal Life' and 'The Two Coreys', alongside 'Lost Boys' co-star Corey Haim. His most recent movies include 'Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star' in 2003 and ''No Witness' and 'Lost Boys 2: The Tribe' in 2008.

Crispin Glover
Crispin Glover is arguably the most famous actor from Part 4. The ageless wonder looks the same now as he did in 1984. He has had many minor roles throughout the '80s and '90s, including George McFly in 'Back to the Future'. He has also appeared in movies like 'Twister', 'The Doors', and 'Charlie's Angels' 1 and 2. He is also known for kicking at David Letterman on a pre-recorded show, prompting Letterman to walk off the show for a bit. In the late 1980s, Crispin sued Steven Spielberg and won for illegally using his likeness in the Back to the Future sequels. His most recent projects included 'Willard' in 2003, 'Beowulf' in 2007, and 'Alice in Wonderland', which is set for a 2010 release.

Kimberly Beck
Kimberly Beck has gone on to appear in 'Independence Day' with Will Smith, 'Killing Zoe' and 'In The Deep Woods'. She's also had a few guest appearances on 'The Commish' and 'The Brady Bunch', but hasn't been seen on the screen since 'The Secret Life of Girls' in 1999. Most recently, she has lent her voice the animated feature 'Heidi 4 Paws' in 2008.

E. Erich Anderson
E. Erich Anderson, who played Rob, went on to several actions films after Part 4. He appeared alongside Chuck Norris in 'Missing in Action', also in 1984, and starred in 'The Final Cut', a knock-off horror movie, 'Nightwatch', and 2003's 'Unfaithful', with Richard Gere. Anderson has also seen success on the small screen, appearing in numerous TV shows and crime dramas, most recently in 2009's 'Ghost Whisperer', 'Cold Case', and the 'Knight Rider' relaunch.

Camilla More
Camilla More, Tina from Part 4, is Carey More's twin sister. She has gone on to start her own company, Sublime Designs, which specialized in faux fur bedding. As an actor, her biggest claim to fame (other than breaking the bed with Jimbo) was replacing her sister in the role of Grace Forrester in the soap 'Days Of Our Lives', and doing other work in soap operas. She is also on the convention scene with her twin sister, Carey.

Carey More
Carey More, Terri from Part 4, has gone on to own and operate her own designer furniture company. Prior to retiring from acting, she was best known for playing Grace Forrester on the TV soap 'Days Of Our Lives'. She is currently on the convention scene with her twin sister Camilla, meeting and greeting the fans of the 'Friday' films.

Judie Aronson
Since Part 4, Judie Aronson has gone on to appear in several small-scale films, including 'Weird Science' and 'American Ninja'. She continues to appear on television today, most notably on 'JAG' and 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent'. Her most recent film was 2001's 'Hannibal', and she reportedly owns a small shop in Northridge, California. She is currently on the convention scene and is very candid about her experiences on Part 4.

Lawrence Monoson
Lawrence Monoson, Ted from Part 4, has had a few minor roles since Part 4. He's appeared primarily on TV, guest starring on 'Beverly Hills, 90210', 'Enterprise', 'C.S.I.', 'The Practice', and 'ER', among others. I wonder if you should put that into the old computer now Teddy Bear? Just Kidding. Lawrence re-appeared in the films 'Marines' in 2003, and 'Starship Troopers 2' in 2004. Most recently, he's appeared on the TV series 'Without A Trace', '24', and 'The Closer' in 2007.

Peter Barton
Peter Barton, Doug from Part 4, majored in Chiropractic Medicine at Nassau Community College in New York before getting into modeling and acting. Barton ran in Jimmy Stewart's Relay Marathon Benefit in 1992 and is best known for his appearances in soap operas. Named one of the '10 Sexiest Men in Soaps' by Playgirl, Peter currently lives in L.A. and does frequent work on TV. His most recent project was a 2005 appearance on 'The Young And The Restless'. A little known fact about Peter was that he was badly burned when a stunt went wrong on the set of 'The Powers of Matthew Star', a role he won over Tom Cruise.

Barbara Howard
Barbara Howard retired from acting sometime around 1999. Her last works included 1998's 'Music From Another Room' and 1999's 'Where's Marlowe'.

Joan Freeman
Despite rumors that she had passed away, Joan Freeman is indeed alive and happily retired with her husband in Los Angeles.

Bruce Mahler
Bruce Mahler, better known as 'The Super Bowl of Self Abuse' Axel from Part 4, has semi-retired from acting to write for his producing company in Florida. His most recent production credits include 'Bruce Almighty' and 'Freddy vs. Jason'. Mahler is also known for his role of Officer Douglas Fackler in four of the 'Police Academy' movies, and played in other movies like 'Dick Tracy', 'The Perfect Storm', and 'Scary Movie' in 2000. He also had a recurring role on Seinfield in the mid-90s as Rabi Glickman.

Bonnie Hellman
Bonnie Hellman, the hitchhiker from Part 4, continues to appear on the small screen. Lately, she's been on 'Desperate Housewives', 'Everybody Hates Chris', and 'Grounded for Life', among others. Her latest film credits include Adam Sandler's 2003 comedy 'Anger Management' and the 2008 laugher 'Get Smart'. In 2009, Bonnie plays a waitress in the upcoming 'Amexica'.

Tom Everett
Tom Everett, the Flashlight Man in 'The Final Chapter', has gone on to a career primarily on TV. In addition to this role, he is known for his turn as Alfredo in 1990's 'Leatherface'. His numerous credits include 'JAG' (1997), 'CSI: Miami' (2002), 'Monk' (2006), and '24' (2007). In addition to that, he's appeared in films such as 'Pearl Harbor' (2001), 'XXX' (2002), and 'The Alamo' (2004). Up next for Tom in 2012 is a recurring role on 'Franklin & Bash' as well as the TV movie 'This Is 40'.

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