Have you ever wondered what happened to the little girl from Orphan or the little girl walker with the teddy bear from The Walking Dead? Here is, as promised, the 3rd and final installment of 'Children of Horror: Where Are They Now?' series.
Oliver Robins played Robbie in Poltergeist and Poltergeist II. He quit acting after Poltergeist II to write and direct films like Eating L.A. and Man Overboard. Robins is now 43-years-old.
Scout is known by some as Sarah from 2005's Wicked Little Things (currently on Netflix) where she played on-screen big sister to Chloe Grace Moretz. Most know her as Laurie Strode from Rob Zombie's Halloween and Halloween II. She dated Andy Biersack of The Black Veil Brides for 6 years, and she was the inspiration for their song The Mortician's Daughter (she really is the daughter of a mortician). Now 26, Scout is still acting and has 3 films due out this year.
Isabelle is perhaps best known as that really angry girl with the very shrill scream, Esther, in Orphan. She is now 18 and attends Stanford University. She works with a large number of charities focusing on the welfare of children and the arts. Fuhrman was cast as Max in Kevin Connolly's film Dear Eleanor which is due out later this year.
"Is that your overbite?" The darkly adorable Wednesday Addams from 1991's The Addams Family is all grown up and is absolutely gorgeous. She was most recently seen in the 2014 Lifetime original movie, Lizzie Borden Took An Ax, that chronicled the Borden murders in which she portrayed Lizzie. Now 35, Ricci is a married mother of one. She is set to reprise her role of Lizzie Borden in the upcoming television mini-series, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles.
Horror fans know him as Jeff Matthews from Pet Sematary II. Furlong ran into some legal trouble and had some substance abuse problems in his younger years. Now 37, he is cleaning up his act and is furthering his career. He has 4 films due out this year.
Patric is best known for playing the role of teenager turned vampire, Michael, in the 1987 cult classic, The Lost Boys. He is also the grandson of Jackie Gleason. Now 48, Patric has run into a bit of legal trouble with his ex-girlfriend. He is still actively working, though, with 2 films due out this year.
Another star of The Lost Boys, Alex Winter played Marko in the classic. Now 49, Winter is married with 2 children. He switched from acting to writing and directing, he has directed 5 films that are due out this year. With rumors of another Bill and Ted film, who knows, he may return to the big screen.
"Hey little girl..." Addy Miller is best known to horror and fans of The Walking Dead as Summer, the little girl walker with the teddy bear from the first season. Now 15, Miller is seeing some real success with her acting career. She has been cast as young Barbra in Night of the Living Dead: Genesis, which will also star the original Barbra, Judith O'Dea.
You may not recognize her without her red hoodie and makeup appliances, but Laura Ortiz played the part of Ruby in the 2006 reboot of The Hills Have Eyes. She had a small, uncredited role in Adam Green's Hatchet II and played Joe Lynch's adorable, artistic girlfriend on horror sitcom, Holliston. Now 27, Ortiz had a small part in 2014's box office smash, Guardians of the Galaxy and can be seen on the Nerdist YouTube web-series Real Housewives of Horror as Gabrielle. She also plays herself in Adam Green's Digging Up the Marrow set for DVD release on March 24th, 2015.
He was Dudley Ramsey on the family sitcom Diff'rent Strokes, but horror fans know Shavar Ross as the high-pitched screaming, red sweatsuit wearing Reggie from Friday the 13th: A New Beginning. Now 43, Ross is a married father of 2 and he runs a self help site (ShavarRoss.com) to help others better themselves. He was last seen on screen in 2008's Chocolate News on Comedy Central.
Jimmy Workman made his acting debut as Pugsley Addams in the 1991 film The Addams Family (his real life sister read for the role of Wednesday, but was beat out by Christina Ricci). Now 34, Workman is retired from acting and now works on the more technical side of film and television as a member of a technical crew.
Robert Hy Gorman
Robert Hy Gorman played the spunky, foulmouthed Alex in the 1993 underrated horror film Leprechaun. He has been in 10 films and 18 television series. Now 34, Gorman has been on hiatus from acting since 2009 after his role on television series Drop Dead Diva.
This concludes the 'Children of Horror: Where Are They Now?' series. I hope I covered everyone that you were curious about. If I did not, leave their name in the comments, and maybe there will be a part 4. If you missed the other 2 parts here they are: Part 1 & Part 2