Award winning artist Billy Tackett hasn’t always been referred to as “The Creepiest Artist In America”. With humble beginnings in rural KY, the darkness came a-callin’ early on. His fondness for Famous Monsters of Filmland over Little Golden Books hinted at a dark future to come.
Eventually his mastery of the macabre arts drew him to the big city in search of more enthusiastic victims. With his boo-tiful wife Heather, he settled in Northern Ky and began to put in motion his evil plan to zombify America.
After publishing over 200 book cover and illustrations he created his signature piece, Zombie Sam, giving birth to his Dead White & Blue series. Those paintings then became the inspiration for the Dead White & Blue Comics graphic novel, scheduled for release in 2009 from Abyss Walker Comics.
Billy’s ability to bring characters to life on canvas and paper caught the attention of best-selling author Shane Moore who dubbed him “Duco-Letum” (Painter of Death) and named him Official Artist of his Abyss Walker Series.
Utilizing his talents in both graphic design and traditional art, Billy has unearthed a line of graphic Ts emblazoned with the denizens of the vast and forbidding wasteland known as his Imagination.
Avoid visiting www.BillyTackett.com if you suffer from heart problems, weak stomach,fear of the dark or a shortness of a sense of humor.
Charles is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He also took drama classes at Los Angeles City College and is a graduate of Cal. State at LA, receiving his BA in theatre arts. Aside from his many film and tv credits he is especially proud of his body of work in the LA theatre. He was a member of the company of angels for 25 years. He is a recipient of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for best performance by an actor for his role in The Caretaker and a dramalogue award for best performance by an actor.
Written by: Charles Cyphers
He has appeared in over 25 films. Here are just a few of the many.
Methodic (2007) Chief Sperranza
Major League (1989) Charlie Donovan
Death Wish II (1982) Donald Kay
Halloween II (1981) Sheriff Leigh Brackett
Escape from New York (1981)
The Fog (1980) Dan O'Bannon
Halloween (1978) Sheriff Leigh Brackett
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) Starker
In 1983, he auditioned for the role of Stevie Steeler, the Pittsburgh Steelers' new mascot. He would have worn a giant foam costume during games. He did not become the mascot at first, but when he was called back later, his schedule was too busy. Stevie Steeler lasted from 1983 until 1991.
In the early 80s he studied as a Graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh before there was a Drama Department. Back then it was known as the Speech Department.
He wore two-inch lifts in his cowboy boots to the audition for Day of the Dead. He got the lead role in The Manipulator when he had to drive his girlfriend to an audition that he knew nothing about. Disgruntled about the audition, they needed someone to read with her. He read and she ended up not getting a part. They re-wrote the entire lead role for him.
He has appeared in over 20 films to date.
Wishmaster (1997) Mickey Torelli
Pulp Fiction (1994) Dean Martin
Day of the Dead (1985) Capt. Rhodes (as Joe Pilato)
The Manipulator (1980) Dominic
Dawn of the Dead (1978) Officer at Police Dock (as Joe Pilato)
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He has appeared in over 15 films. Here are just a few.
Hackers (1995) Mr. Simpson
Cadillac Man (1990) Detective Walters
Legal Eagles (1986) the Hit Man
Day of the Dead (1985) Pvt. Steel
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ARI LEHMAN is the actor/singer who has the unique honor of having played the role of the First Jason Voorhees in the Paramount Classic Horror Film "Friday the 13th" (1980). The original "Boy In The Lake" himself, Ari played a crucial role in the film's famous final scene, in which he suddenly emerges from the icy waters of Crystal Lake. Working with Special Effects Master Tom Savini at an early age gave Ari a deep appreciation for the Horror Greats including Lon Chaney, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and Vincent Price.
A native New Yorker, Ari grew up in Westport, CT, where he trained in Classical music and Jazz Piano. Recognized at an early age for his musical abilities, Ari was presented with an All-State Award for Excellence in Jazz Piano and a generous scholarship to Berklee School of Music by the famous jazz educator, Dr. Billy Taylor.
Also actively engaged in performance and theatre, Ari heard about an audition being held in Westport, for a new movie, "Manny's Orphan's", about a group of inner-city orphans who play Soccer, directed by Sean S. Cunnngham. Ari snuck into the audition and landed the 80-line role of "Roger", a pre-pubecent comic character who is obsessed with girls. This role led to Ari getting the call to play Jason Voorhees in "Friday the 13th" from Sean S. Cunningham himself, who famously asked him "Can you swim?", Ari replied "Yes!" and the rest is Horror History.
After the release of "Friday the 13th", Ari returned to New York City where he studied Jazz Piano in its breeding ground with the great Joanne Brackeen and enrolled in NYU studying Big Band Orchestration and Jazz Piano with recognized Masters Jim McNeely and Vladmir Shafranov. Interestingly, Ari's career led him to become a prominent touring Keyboardist for some of the top names in Reggae and African music, with whom he toured throught the US, Europe and West Africa, working for Bob Marley's own Tuff Gong Records and Interscope Records.
As a seasoned recording artist and professional musician, Ari went on to receive acclaim with his own World Rock and Reggae band, when, upon moving to Chicago in late 2002, he was contacted by Horror fans who eagerly invited him to attend an East Coast Horror Convention. In response to their enthusiasm, Ari became a regular on the Horror Convention Circuit, and immediately saw a great opportunity to give Jason Voorhees a musical voice on the Punk and Metal scene. Ari proceeded to draw upon his 20 years' experience as a professional musician and recording artist and created FIRSTJASON specifically for Horror Fans, especially the fans of Jason Voorhees and "Friday the 13th".
FIRSTJASON has performed in Punk/Metal clubs, Film Festivals, and Horror Conventions throughout the United States. The engaging showmanship and superior musicianship have consistently received enthusiastic response and have developed a strong following. Here is an exerpt from a recent review of a show on their 11-city Midwest tour in the Early Spring of 2009:
"Like young Jason rising from the deep to take his prey, First Jason caught me by surprise. Lehman didn’t just play the keytar, he melted that motherfucker. He didn’t just sing songs about Jason, he sang them with a passion and a power that was above and beyond what the subject matter called for. When, toward the end of the set, he threw a Jason mask my way, I put it on and started banging my head, smiling like a maniac. I was glad I stuck around."
(MP Johnson - FREAK TENSION MAGAZINE)
FIRSTJASON has performed at HORRORHOUND WEEKEND, FANGORIA WEEKEND OF HORRORS, ROCK AND SHOCK, TEXAS FEAR FEST, and FLASHBACK WEEKEND Horror Conventions, as well as THE MILWAUKEE METAL MASSACRE and many of the top Punk/Metal venues throughout the MidWest. ARI LEHMAN has appeared in E!, Entertainment Weekly, Blender Magazine, Chicago Reader, The Chicago-Sun Times, Illinois Entertainer, Denver CBS4-TV News, and Fangoria Radio. He has also appeared at Horror events in Germany, Holland and the United Kingdom.
Ari has also composed, performed and recorded a number of soundtracks for independent films, including Alexia Anastasio's critically acclaimed all-female "SALOME", and VAMP FILMS "VAMPIRA THE MOVIE" which received the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for the Best Independent Film of 2007.
Handsome, rugged, versatile and charismatic character actor Tom Atkins was born on November 13, 1935 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Atkins initially became an avid horror film fan in his childhood days; Howard Hawks' immortal classic "The Thing from Another World" made an especially strong impression on him as a kid. Tom attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and was a member of the Gamma Phi Fraternity. Atkins made his film debut as a rookie cop in the Frank Sinatra private eye outing "The Detective;" it was the first of many police officer roles he's played throughout the years. Tom appeared in two pictures for director John Carpenter: he's very likable as Nick Castle in the spooky "The Fog" and solid as Rehme in the fantastic futuristic sci-fi/action cult gem "Escape from New York." Atkins had a nice small role as a disapproving and overbearing jerk father in the wrap-around segments of the immensely enjoyable fright feature anthology "Creepshow." He made for a touchingly flawed hero as Dr. Daniel Challis in the unjustly maligned "Halloween III: Season of the Witch." Tom gave a smack dead on the money terrific performance as weary, cynical and suicidal Detective Ray Cameron in the delightful "Night of the Creeps" (this movie is Tom's personal favorite among all the horror pictures he's acted in). He was once again excellent as the similarly burnt-out Lt. Frank McCrae in the fine "Maniac Cop" and impressive as guilt-ridden heroin smuggler Michael Hunsaker in the exciting blockbuster "Lethal Weapon." Atkins had a recurring part as Lt. Alex Diehl on the hit TV series "The Rockford Files;" he reprised this character in several spin-off made-for-TV movies. Among the TV shows Tom has done guest spots on are "Oz," "Xena: Warrior Princess," "Walker: Texas Ranger," "The Equalizer," "Spenser: For Hire," "The Fall Guy," "Lou Grant," "Baretta," and "M.A.S.H." Outside of his film and TV work, Atkins has had a long and distinguished stage career. He has acted on Broadway in the plays "The Changing Room" (Tom won a 1973 Drama Desk Award for Most Promising Performer), "Keep It in the Family," and "The Unknown Soldier and His Wife." His Off-Broadway credits include "Vikings," "Long Days Journey Into Night," "Whistle in the Dark," and "Nobody Hears a Broken Drum." Tom frequently acts in plays held at the Pittsburgh Public Theater; he's garnered plenty of accolades for his outstanding portrayal of Pittsburgh Steelers founder Art Rooney in the acclaimed one-man show "The Chief." Tom Atkins resides in Peters Township, Pennsylvania.
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He is credited in 22 films and 48 TV tittles Here are just a few of his film credits.
My Bloody Valentine (2009) Burke
Trapped (2008/I) Detective Abbott
Out of the Black (2001) Eugene Carter
Striking Distance (1993) Sgt. Fred Hardy
Maniac Cop (1988) Frank McCrae
Lethal Weapon (1987) Michael Hunsaker
Night of the Creeps (1986) Det. Ray Cameron “Thrill me.”
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) Dr. Daniel 'Dan' Challis
Escape from New York (1981) Rehme
The Fog (1980) Nick Castle
David Emge was born in 1946 in Evansville, Indiana. Emge studied drama at the University of Evansville and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. While attending college David got drafted and served in the army during the Vietnam war. He began his acting career on stage at the Pittsburgh Playhouse in 1971. Emge made his film debut in the lowbrow comedy "The Booby Hatch." In addition, he briefly lived in Washington, D.C., where he performed in dinner theater. Emge moved to New York City in 1976. David was working as a chef at a New York City restaurant when he was cast as the meek and bumbling helicopter pilot Stephen in George Romero's outstanding "Dawn of the Dead." Emge went back to acting in live theater following his "Dawn of the Dead" stint. David Emge has acted in only two other movies to date: he's grotesquely malformed freak Half Moon in "Basket Case 2" and activist reporter Robert in "Hellmaster."
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Hellmaster (1992) Robert
Basket Case 2 (1990) Half Moon
Dawn of the Dead (1978) Stephen
Writer/director Fred Dekker was born on April 9, 1959 in San Francisco, California. An avid comic book fan, monster movie buff and film nerd from an early age, Dekker was rejected by both USC and UCLA film schools. He wound up attending UCLA as an English major instead. His fellow UCLA classmates included future screenwriters Shane Black (who collaborated with Dekker on the script for "The Monster Squad"), Ed Solomon and Chris Matheson. One of Dekker's early projects in Hollywood was a 3-D "Godzilla" picture that sadly never panned out. Fred's first film credit was writing the story for the amusing horror comedy "House." He made his promising debut as writer/director with the terrific "Night of the Creeps," which paid affectionate homage to the blithely silly low-budget horror flicks he grew up loving as a kid. He followed this fine feature with the equally delightful tongue-in-cheek pastiche "The Monster Squad." Alas, both movies received mixed reviews from the critics and flopped at the box office, but have fortunately gone on to acquire huge cult followings. Dekker wrote five episodes of the immensely enjoyable cable TV horror anthology series "Tales from the Crypt": "Split Personality," "And All Through the House," "Lower Berth," "Only Sin Deep," and "The Thing From the Grave" (Fred directed this episode as well). He wrote the stories for the exciting revenge thriller "Ricochet" and the failed spy spoof "If Looks Could Kill." More recently Fred Dekker wrote several episodes of and served as a consulting producer on the science fiction TV show "Enterprise."
Written by: woodyanders
The Yellow Sign (2001 short) Associate Producer
RoboCop 3 (1993) Writer (screenplay), Director
Ricochet (1991) Writer (story)
If Looks Could Kill (1991) Writer (story)
The Monster Squad (1987) Writer (written by), Director
Night of the Creeps (1986) Writer (written by), Director
House (1986) Writer (story)
Star Trek: Enterprise (2001 TV series) [2001-2005]
Tales from the Crypt (1989 TV series) [1989-1996]
Tall, bald and nearly always bearded, Sid Haig has provided hulking menace to many a low-budget exploitation film and high-priced action film.
His career was somewhat of an accident. Sid was growing so fast that he had absolutely no coordination. It was decided that he would take dancing lessons, and that's when it all began. At the age of seven, he was dancing for pay in a children's Christmas Show, then a revival of a vaudeville show... and on it went.
Sid also showed a musical inclination, particularly for the drums. So, when his parents got tired of him denting all the pots and pans in the house, they bought him a drum set. The music was in him and he took to it immediately, a born natural. First it was swing, then country, then jazz, blues and Rock & Roll. Sid always found it easy to make money with his music, and did very well. One year out of high school and signing a recording contract isn't too bad. Sid went on to record the single "Full House" with the T-Birds in 1958.
However, back while he was in high school, he got bitten by the "acting bug"...
Alice Merrill was the head of the drama department at that time and gave Sid all the encouragement in the world to pursue an acting career. The clincher came in his senior year. The way that the senior play was cast was that she would double cast the show, then have one of her friends from Hollywood come up and pick the final cast.
You see, Merrill was quite famous as an actress on Broadway and kept up her contacts in the business. When the appointed day came the "friend" that showed up was Dennis Morgan, a big musical comedy star from the 1940s. The rest is history -- he picked Sid for the role, then two weeks later came back to see the show and told Sid that he should continue his education down south and consider acting as a career path. Two years later, Sid enrolled in the world famous Pasadena Playhouse, the school that trained such actors as Robert Preston, Robert Young, Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman, and so on.
Sid's first acting job was in Jack Hill's student film at UCLA. It was called The Host, which was released in 2004 on DVD as a companion to Switchblade Sisters, another Hill film. That role launched a 40-year acting career during which Haig appeared in over 50 films and 350 television shows. He has proven himself quite valuable to such filmmakers as producer Roger Corman. He also became a staple in the pictures of Jack Hill, appearing in Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told, Coffy, and Foxy Brown. Haig's other memorable credits include George Lucas' THX 1138, and the 1970 James Bond opus Diamonds Are Forever (he's one of the Slumber Brothers, and got to toss a topless Lana Wood from the window of a high-rise Vegas hotel).
Sid has never been one to give-up on anything but after nearly 40 years of carrying a gun (except for the occasional Jack Hill or Roger Corman Film), his dreams of being recognized as a more than competent actor were fading. Then in 1992, Sid, fed up with being typecast, retired from acting and quoted, "I'll never play another stupid 'heavy' again, and I don't care if that means that I never work, ever." This just proves that if you take a stand people will listen, for in 1997 Quentin Tarantino wrote the part of the judge in Jackie Brown for Sid. Then things got better, much better. Not necessarily more work, just better work. During the mid and late 1990s, Sid ran a community theater company, as well as dabbled occasionally in theater in Los Angeles. Then in 2000, Sid came out of his self-imposed retirement at the request of Rob Zombie for a part in Zombie's debut film House of 1000 Corpses. He starred as the fun-loving, but murderous, Captain Spaulding. This role breathed new life into Sid's acting career and earned him an award for Best Supporting Actor in the 13th Annual Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, as well as an induction into the Horror Hall of Fame. Sid's character of Captain Spaulding has since become the icon for the new horror genre. Sid has recently enjoyed success as Captain Spaulding once again in Rob Zombie's follow-up to House of 1000 Corpses, entitled, The Devil's Rejects. For this film, Sid received the award for best Actor in the 15th Annual Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, as well as sharing the award for "Most Vile Villain" at the First Annual Spike TV Scream Awards with Leslie Easterbrook, Sheri Moon Zombie, and Bill Moseley as The Firefly Family. As of this writing at the end of 2007, Sid has several projects in various stages of production, and continues to enjoy his renewed success as an actor.
Written by: Susan L. Oberg
He has appeared in over 50 films! These are a few recent tittles.
Brotherhood of Blood (2007) Pashek
Halloween (2007) Chester Chesterfield
Dead Man's Hand (2007) Roy 'The Word' Donahue
Night of the Living Dead 3D (2006) Gerald Tovar, Jr.
The Devil's Rejects (2005) Captain Spaulding/James Cutter
House of 1000 Corpses (2003) Captain Spaulding
Sid Haig has over 60 significant television credits are appearances on such landmark programs as
The A-Team, T.J. Hooker, The Dukes of Hazzard, Quincy M.E., Hart to Hart, Fantasy Island Charlie's Angels, Police Woman, The Rockford Files, The Six Million Dollar Man, Mannix,
Mission: Impossible, Gunsmoke, Get Smart, Here's Lucy, The Flying Nun, Daniel Boone, Star Trek, "Batman" (1966), The Untouchables,
Scott H. Reiniger
Scott H. Reiniger was born on September 5, 1948 in White Plains, New York. Scott studied theater at Rollins College in Florida. One of his classmates was Christine Forrest, the future wife of acclaimed cult horror filmmaker George Romero. Following graduation from college Reiniger went back to New York and did a lot of acting on stage. He also had a semi-recurring part on the daytime soap opera "As the World Turns" for about a year. Scott then moved to San Francisco for intensive training at the American Conservatory Theater. Reiniger came back to New York again to resume more theater and television work. He made his film debut with a small role in the sappy family feature "Danny." Scott gave a wonderfully lively and engaging performance as the happy-go-lucky Roger in Romero's outstanding "Dawn of the Dead." He had a sizable co-starring in Romero's follow-up movie "Knightriders" and portrayed a rapist in the made-for-TV picture "The Other Victim." In addition, Reiniger had a recurring role as a cop on the daytime soap opera "Days of Our Lives" and appeared in an episode of "Falcon Crest." More recently Scott made a cameo appearance as an army general in the excellent "Dawn of the Dead" remake. In 2004 Reiniger discovered that he's the great, great, great grandson of Josiah Harlan, who was the first American to set foot in Afghanistan. This in turn makes Scott Reiniger the prince of the Western province of Ghor.
Written by: woodyanders
Dawn of the Dead (2004) The General
Dawn of the Dead (1978) Roger
Eileen Dietz was born in New York City along with a twin sister, named Marianne. While Eileen went on to be an actress Marianne lives in Florida and has 3 terrific children. Eileen has been lucky to be involved with many award-winning projects. She was in the original Tony winning Steambath with Tony Perkins and went on to portray the Demon who possesses Regan in The Exorcist, following that was the Emmy-winning General Hospital where she portrayed Sarah a patient in a mental hospital in Port Charles and also the Emmy-winning Helter-Skelter where she was one of the Manson Gang. While these are the award-winning projects, Eileen has been blessed to continue working on many other projects. her latest favorites being The Queen Of Screams, (Norma Desmond meets Carrie in a fiery finish) and Legend Of The Mountain Witch along with The Curse Of The Flesh. There are also scripts in development to which she is attached Lullaby by Edward Romero, Krampus by Amanda Carver, Deadly Rites, and Blood Lust to be shot in England.
Written by: Eileen Dietz
She has appeared in over 20 films these are just a few tittles.
H2 (2009) Winnie Gilmore
Monsterpiece Theatre Volume 1 (2009) Nita (segment "Rottentail")
Creepshow III (2006 video) Claire The Homeless Woman (segment "Call Girl")
Constantine (2005) Zombie (uncredited)
Exorcism (2003) Evil Nurse
The Exorcist (1973) Pazuzu's Face
Kyra Schon has the distinction of having portrayed Karen Cooper, the trowel-wielding zombie kid in George Romero's original "Night of the Living Dead." She currently keeps her artistic skills honed by teaching art, creating handmade sterling silver and bronze jewelry and designing whimsical greeting cards featuring her pooch Spiffy, a hound with an abundant personality. Kyra formerly wrote a weekly feature for The Horror Channel website entitled "Ghoulish Guidance", an advice column for zombies and other people.
Written by: Kyra M. Schon
Night of the Living Dead (1968) Karen Cooper
Kristina grew up in New York City, Germany, France and Italy. She learned to speak all of the above languages and sometimes can't decide whether she feels more European or more like a New Yorker. However, loving the beach as much as she does (Kristina is a certified rescue diver) Venice, California is starting to grow on her quite a bit! Kristina went to high school in New York City and graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude with a major in Politics and a minor in Theater/Film. She gave up being a competitive equestrian for a more complete immersion in theater in her teens. Her "acting career," though, really started around 7 or so when she and a best friend would write musical sketches and perform them for an admiring parental audience =) Kristina writes poetry, has dabbled in 16mm filmmaking, was a radio DJ for 4 years, and currently also freelances as a documentary filmmaker.
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She has appeared in over 10 films to date.
Zone of the Dead (2009) Agent Mina Milius
Halloween (2007) Lynda
The Carbon Copy (2009) Sam Carbon, Executive Producer
Will to Power (2008) Coach Scott Hartman
W. (2008/I) Corn Dog
Evilution (2008) Col Serna
The Dot Man (2008) Willard
Dead Write (2007) Deputy Richard Hoffs
Dreamland (2007) USA Blake, Executive Producer
Jeepers Creepers II (2003) - The Creeper
Jeepers Creepers (2001) - The Creeper/Bald Cop
Pretty, perky and appealing brunette actress Nancy Kyes had a regrettably brief acting career; she appeared in three excellent features for director John Carpenter in which she acted under the name of Nancy Loomis. She was born on December 19, 1949 in Falls Church, Virginia. Nancy attended high school in Riverside, California and studied theater at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Nancy made a solid film debut as whiny secretary Julie in the tough and exciting urban action thriller "Assault on Precinct 13." (Kyes also worked behind the scenes on this picture as the wardrobe mistress.) She gave a wonderfully funny and lively performance as feisty babysitter Annie Brackett in the outstanding seasonal slasher classic "Halloween." Kyes was once again fine and impressive as Janet Leigh's sassy assistant Sandy Fadel in the superior supernatural shocker "The Fog." Nancy had a small role as Tom Atkins' bitter ex-wife Linda in the unjustly maligned "Halloween III: Season of the Witch." Kyes has tiny parts in the made-for-TV movies "Not in Front of the Children" and "Lady Boss." Her sole TV show credit was on the "Little Boy Lost" episode of the mid 80s revival of "The Twilight Zone." Nancy Kyes now works as a sculptress in Los Angeles.
Written by: woodyanders
Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
Halloween II (1981) Annie Brackett
The Fog (1980) Sandy Fadel
Halloween (1978) Annie Brackett
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) Julie
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This attractive, happy go lucky blonde actress, educated at the University of Kansas and a former ballet soloist, first broke into both TV and cinema screens in the mid 1970s and through her appearances in several well remembered horror and sci-fi films, and Dee quickly gained a cult following amongst the fantasy film fans. Poor Dee always seemed to be on the wrong side of some malevolent person or evil creature....she was pursued by a clan of cannibal killers in The Hills Have Eyes, terrorized by a pack of werewolves in the superb The Howling, got a break from the horror, as a sympathetic mum in the mega sci-fi hit E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, and nearly ends up lunch for a rabid St. Bernard in the heart stopping Cujo.
In the early 1980s, Wallace-Stone actually shared the screen several times with her then husband Christopher Stone before his unfortunate, early demise from a heart attack in October, 1995.
However, typecasting Dee Wallace-Stone as a horror heroine does not do her justice, as unlike some other scream queens whose careers quickly faded, Dee has gone on to have a very busy and varied acting career, appearing in over 90 feature films to date! Her All-American looks and easy going demeanor has seen Dee often cast as a typical suburban mother, a sympathetic friend or a trusted ally. Fans warm to her endearing smile and natural warmth and Dee continues to find herself in constant demand in front of the camera, plus she has her own much visited website.
She is credited in 78 films and 86 TV tittles Here are just a few of his film credits.
Halloween (2007) Cynthia Strode
Abominable (2006) Ethel Hoss
The Lost (2006/II) Barbara Hanlon
The Frighteners (1996) Patricia Ann Bradley
Critters (1986) Helen Brown
Cujo (1983) Donna Trenton
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) Mary
The Howling (1981) Karen White
The Hills Have Eyes (1977) Lynne Wood