Kane Hodder
Since Part 9, Kane Hodder has gone on to reprise his role as Jason one other time, in 2002's 'Jason X'. Then, despite being inexplicably passed over for the role of Jason in 'Freddy vs. Jason', Kane has gone on to movies such as 'B.T.K.', 'Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield', 'The Devil's Rejects', and '2001 Maniacs'. In addition, Kane has taken on another iconic role, that of Victor Crowley in the fledgling 'Hatchet' series. His upcoming projects include 'Sickle', 'Escape of the Living Dead', and 'Black Friday'.

John D. Lemay
John D. Lemay Official Website
John D. LeMay has continued his acting career in theater and has made guest appearances in film and television, including shows like 'The Twilight Zone', 'Providence' and 'Without A Map'. John is also an accomplished artist who showcases his work at different galleries around the country. He is currently onstage in the play 'Spec'.

Steven Williams
Steven Williams has gone on to a successful career in both films and television. His film credits include 'Corrina, Corrina', 'Dark Wolf' and 'Guarding Eddy', while his TV appearances include 'NYPD Blue', 'Desperate Housewives', 'Veronica Mars' and 'Monk'. He most recently appeared as Captain William Stevens in the movie 'Gamer' opposite Gerard Butler in 2009.

Steven Culp
Steven Culp continued on acting after Part 9. Culp played Commander Martin Madden in 'Star Trek: Nemesis' in 2002, and recently landed a recurring role in ABC's hit show 'Desperate Housewives'. In the late 1990s, Culp has also appeared on movies and shows like 'JAG', 'James & The Giant Peach' and 'Deck The Halls'. In addition, he has had guest appearances on the popular fox show '24' (2003), 'ER' (2004), 'Boston Legal' (2007), 'The Mentalist' (2008), and 'Saving Grace' (2009).

Erin Gray
Erin Gray most recently completed voiceover work for the highly-anticipated 'Ghostbusters' video game, and was seen on the TV game show 'The Weakest Link'. Erin was one of the first models to successfully crossover into television. She is best known as 'Kate Summers' on the highly watched TV show 'Silver Spoons', and 'Colonel Wilma Deering' on the TV show 'Buck Rogers in the 25th Century'. Gray was 15 when she was convinced what she wanted to do in life. Moving to New York, she became one of the town's most sought-after models, in elite company with Farrah Fawcett, Veronica Hamel and Susan Blakely. Gray has also done TV commercials for 'Breck', 'Max Factor', 'Clairol', 'Camay', and 'RC Cola'.

Allison Smith
Allison Smith continues to be successful in theater, films and television, and was a regular on the NBC series 'The West Wing' from 1999-2006. Her other recent TV credits include 'House' (2005), 'Nip/Tuck' (2006) and 'Cold Case' (2008). She is married to Randy Grimmett, a vice president of ASCAP (the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers), and has two daughters.

Billy Green Bush
Billy Green Bush, Sheriff Landis from Part 9, retired from acting in May 2001. He is the father of twins Sidney and Lindsay, and one son, Clay, all of whom are actors. He is known for appearing in a handful of offbeat and enduring cult classic features made in the early 1970s, and often portrayed engaging 'good ol' boy' types, rugged cowboys and stern police officers, Jason Goes To Hell included.

Andrew Bloch
Andrew Bloch has reportedly retired from acting and became an acting and voice coach in Los Angeles. His last TV appearance was on a 2001 episode of 'The Drew Carey Show'.

Rusty Schwimmer
Rusty Schwimmer has contiued primarily on the small screen since Part 9. Her most recent TV credits include 'Without A Trace' (2006), 'Heroes' (2007), and 'Numbers' (2009). In theaters, her credits include 'Twister' (1996), 'Amistad' (1997), 'ED TV' (1999), and 'The Perfect Storm' (2000). She is best friends with actress Virginia Madsen, and continues to pursue acting.

Leslie Jordan
Leslie Jordan, Shelby from Part 9, has seen success in films, television, and theater following Part 9. His most recent credits include the films 'Love Ranch' and 'Alligator Point', both in 2009. He has also had several small recurring roles on the small screen, including stints on 'Boston Legal' (2005), 'Will & Grace' (2006) and 'Ugly Betty' (2007).

Richard Gant
Richard Gant went on to a few serious roles in movies like 'The Glimmer Man' (with Damon Wayans and Steven Seagal), 'The Big Lebowski', 'Godzilla' (1998), and 'The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps'. He is perhaps best known for his role as the two-timing boxing promoter in 'Rocky V'. Today, Gant appears from time to time on the small screen, including spots on 'Bones' (2008), 'Eli Stone' (2008), and 'Cold Case' (2009).

Julie Michaels
Julie Michaels, Agent Marcus in 'Jason Goes To Hell', got more into stunt work after Part 9. In the 1990's, she was involved in projects like 'Batman Forever', 'Barb Wire', 'Batman & Robin', 'Halloween H20', and 'Jawbreaker'. On the small screen, Julie has had guest spots on shows like 'Desperate Housewives' (2005), 'House' (2006), and 'The Ghost Whisperer' (2006). She most recently hosted 'XRL' for Fox Sports Net and appeared in 'Rush Hour 3' (2007) opposite Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Her next project is titled 'Legends of Nethiah', projected to release in 2011.

James Gleason
James Gleason, who had the small role of Agent Abernathy in Part 9, went on to a moderately successful TV career. His credits include 'Son Of The Beach' (2002), 'American Dreamz' (2006), and 'ER' (2006). He most recently appeared as Phil DeWitt in Fox's short-lived 'Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' in 2009.

Michael Silver
Michael Silver, Luke from Part 9, has gone on to a successful career on the small screen. His TV appearance list is very long, but the shows he's appeared on include 'Nip/Tuck' (2005), 'Bones' (2006), 'Veronica Mars' (2007), and 'Heroes' (2009). He also had a regular recurring role on 'ER' as Dr. Paul Myers off and on from 1995 up until its last episode in 2009. Michael recently completed writing, producing and directing his first film titled 'Love Shack', slated for release later in 2009.

Michelle Clunie
Michelle Clunie led the cast of Showtime's 'Queer as Folk' for its 82-episode run from 2000-2005. Her other TV credits include 'House' (2006), 'Without A Trace' (2006) and 'The Closer' (2007). Her latest film was titled 'Solar Flare' in 2008. In 2009, Michelle joined the cast of the popular crime drama 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' for CBS.

Jonathan Penner
Jonathan Penner, who appeared in a scene as Vicki's boyfriend David that was cut from theatrical prints of Part 9, has continued on for a successful TV career. He is perhaps best known for his stint on reality TV, appearing on CBS's 'Survivor: Cook Islands' and 'Survivor: Micronesia- Fans vs. Favorites'. He didn't win, but was consider a strong player on each series. In the 1990s, he appeared in guest roles on 'Melrose Place' (1993), 'The Nanny' (1994) and 'Seinfeld' (1998). His other credits include 'Arrested Development' (2004), 'CSI: NY' (2006), and Snoop Dogg's 'Hood Of Horror', which was part of the original 'After Dark Horrorfest' lineup in 2007.

Back To Part 9 Page

Back To The Lair Of Horror