1989 – Elizabeth Olsen, younger sister of Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, has appeared in “Martha Marcy May Marlene”, “Silent House”, “Red Lights”.

1961 – Writer/director Eric Red, who worked on “Body Parts”, “Bad Moon”, “The Hitcher”, “Near Dark”, “Undertow”, “100 Feet” and more.

1958 – Lisa Loring, who played the original “Wednesday Addams.” She also appeared in the film “Blood Frenzy.”

1952 – Jonathan Stark who appeared in the films “Fright Night,” “House II: The Second Story” and “The Bone Collector.”

1950 – William Katt, who starred in “Carrie (1976),” “House,” “House IV,” “Alien vs Hunter”, “Mirrors 2″, “Paranormal Movie”.

1930 – Ricou Browning, who portrayed everyone’s favorite “Gillman,” “The Creature From the Black Lagoon,” (in the underwater scenes that is).

1901 – Chester Morris, who appeared in the films “The Bat Whispers” and “The She Creature.”


2019 – Bruno Ganz, appeared in “Nosferatu the Vampyre,” and “The House That Jack Built.”

2011 – Len Lesser, was a great character actor who portrayed “Frankenstein & the Werewolf Reborn!”, “Sorority Girls and the Creature from Hell”, “Kolchak: The Night Stalker (TV Series)”, “Slither”, “Death Wish”, “The Munsters (TV Series)”, “The Outer Limits (TV Series)”, and many others.

2010 – John Chandler, who appeared in “Carnosaur 2,” “Phantasm 3″ and the TV movie “Moon of the Wolf”.

2010 – Science fiction writer Jim Harmon, west coast editor for the Marvel monster magazine “Monsters of the Movies,” and wrote the screenplay for the film “The Lemon Grove Kids Meet the Monsters.”

2005 – Nicole DeHuff, starred in “Suspect Zero.”

1979 – Louise Allbritton, who starred in the film “Son of Dracula” and 2 episodes of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.”


The Canary Murder Case (1929)
The Shadow Returns (1946)
Five Million Miles to Earth (1967)
Bloodlust: Subspecies III (1994)
Murdercycle (1999)
Blue Lake Massacre (2007)
Ghost Rider (2007)
Freeway Killer (2010)

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1981 – Joseph Gordon- Levitt, who starred in “Halloween H2O: 20 Years Later”.

1981 – Socialite Paris Hilton, who appeared in the 2005 remake of “House of Wax” and “Repo! The Genetic Opera.”

1980 – Jason Ritter, who starred in “Freddy vs Jason” and “Swimfan.”

1974 – Jerry O’Connell, who starred in “Scream 2,” “Room 6,″ “Wish Upon,” “Piranha 3D”, Santanic Panic (2019), “Mockingbird Lane”, .

1971 – Denise Richards, who appeared in the films “Tammy and the T-Rex,” “Starship Troopers,” “Valentine” and “Scream 3.”

1970 – Dominic Purcell, has appeared in “Blade: Trinity”, “The Gravedancers”, “Primeval”, “Blood Creek”, “Straw Dogs”, and “The Ganzfeld Haunting”.

1965 – Jonathan Breck, who played “The Creeper” in “Jeepers Creepers” 1 & 2.

1965 – Michael Bay, produced the remakes of “Friday the 13th,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street” and “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”

1962 – Lou Diamond Phillips, who starred in the films “The First Power,” “Bats” and the short lived TV series “Wolf Lake”, “Red Water”, “Sanitarium”.

1954 – Don Coscarelli, who wrote the screenplays for and/or directed the films “Phantasm” I, II, III & IV, “The Beastmaster” and “Bubba Ho-tep.”

1934 – Alan Bates, who appeared in the films “Mister Frost” and “The Mothman Prophecies.”

1925 – Hal Holbrook, who has starred in the films “The Fog,” “Creepshow” and “The Unholy.”

1923 – Jun Fukuda, who directed “Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster,” “Son of Godzilla” and “Godzilla vs. Gigan.”

1907 – Buster Crabbe who appeared in Fred Olen Ray’s “The Alien Dead.”


2019 – Ethel Ennis, Soundtrack “Mad Monster Party?” and “Boltneck.”

2007 – Jay Jensen who appeared in the films “Mission Mars” and “Werewolves on Wheels”.

2005 – Dan O’Herlihy, who appeared in “Invasion USA,” “The Cabinet of Caligari” and “Halloween III”

2003 – Peter Schrum, who appeared in the films “Galaxina,” “Terminator 2: Judgement Day” and “Demonic Toys,”.

1990 – Marc Clement, who appeared in the films “Mutant,” “Poison Ivy” and “King Kong Lives”.

1968 – Donald Wolfit who starred in the films “Blood of the Vampire,” “The Hands of Orlac” and the TV show “The Ghost Squad,”.


Seven Footprints To Satan (1929)
Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933)
The Cosmic Man (1959)
Jack The Ripper (1959)
The Gorgon (1964)

Baron Blood (1972) – Germany
Alien Raiders (2009)
American Scary (2009)
Feast III: The Happy Finish (2009)
Screamers: The Hunting (2009)
The Midnight Meat Train (2009)
The Last Battleground (2010)

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1968 – Molly Ringwald, who starred in the TV mini-series “The Stand” and the film “Office Killer.”

1962 – Scream Queen Julie Strain, who has appeared in the films “Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart,” “The Unnamable II” and “The Bare Wench Project.”

1954 – John Travolta, who starred in Carrie (1976),  “The Devil’s Rain” and “The Punisher.”

1925 – George Kennedy, has appeared in “Strait-Jacket”, “Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte”, “Death Ship”, “Creepshow 2″, “Demonwarp”, “The Terror Within” and many more.

1919 – Jack Palance, who played the title roles in the Dan Curtis produced TV movies “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” and “Dracula.” He also appeared in the films “Man in the Attic,” “Without Warning”.

1908 – Diminutive actor Angelo Rossitto, who appeared in the films “Freaks,” “Dracula vs. Frankenstein” and “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome.”


2019 – O’Neal Compton, appeared in “Diabolique (1996)”

2002 – Jack Lambert, who appeared in several TV shows, including “Boris Karloff’s Thriller” and “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,”.


The Magnetic Monster (1953)
The Ghost (1963)
Amityville: Dollhouse (1996)
Pitch Black (2000)
Bloody Murder 2: Closing Camp (2003)
Constantine (2005)
Dark Remains (2005) – Nevermore Film Festival
Demon Resurrection (2008)

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1993 – Victoria Justice, has appeared in “Fun Size”, “The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (TV Movie)”, “Eye Candy (TV Series).”

1985 – Arielle Kebbel, who starred in “Vampires Suck,” “The Grudge 2″ and “The Uninvited” (2009).

1967 – Benicio Del Toro, who played the title role in the 2010 remake of “The Wolf Man”.

1955 – Jeff Daniels, who starred in the films “Arachnophobia” and the 1999 remake of “My Favorite Martian.”

1951 – Stephen Nichols, has appeared in “House” and “Witchboard”.

1944 – Donald Glut who directed the film “The Vampire Hunters Club,” and wrote and directed “Dinosaur Valley Girls”, “Mummy’s Kiss and Tales of Frankenstein (2018).”

1893 – Sir Cedric Hardwicke, who appeared in the films “The Invisible Man Returns,” “The Ghost of Frankenstein” and the 1939 version of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”


2007 – Janet Blair who starred in the film “Burn, Witch Burn”.

2006 – James Hardiman, who penned the novel “The House Where Evil Dwells”.

1990 – Michael Powell, directed the cult film “Peeping Tom”, “The Tales of Hoffmann.”

1956 – Tod Slaughter, who portrayed “Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” in the 30’s and 40’s.


Mark of the Devil (1970) – Germany
Frankenstein’s Castle of Freaks (1974) – Italy
Army of Darkness (1993)
The Ghosts of Edendale (2003)
Dead Things (2005)
Black Water (2007)
Catacombs (2007)
Attack of the Vegan Zombies! (2010)
Shutter Island (2010)

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1987 – Cortney Palm, appeared in “Hellevator Man”, “The Purge: Anarchy”, “Demon Legacy”, “Zombeavers”, “Alien Rising”, “Silent Night”, “Sushi Girl”, “Seance: The Summoning”, “Lost Soul” and more.

1978 – Lauren Ambrose, who starred in “Psycho Beach Party.”

1978 – Jay Hernandez, who starred in “Hostel,” “Hostel 2″ and “Quarantine.”

1967 – Lili Taylor, has appeared in “Monsters (TV Series)”, “The Addiction”, “The X-Files (TV Series)”, “The Haunting”, “Hemlock Grove (TV Series)” and “The Conjuring”.

1954 – Anthony Head, who portrayed “Rupert Giles” on the TV series “Buffy The Vampire Slayer.” He starred in “Repo: A Genetic Opera,” and made an appearance in the film “Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street.”

1951 – Edward Albert who starred in the movies “The House Where Evil Dwells,” “Galaxy of Terror” and “Mimic II.”

1945 – Brion James, who starred in the films “The Horror Show,” “The Fifth Element” and “Scanner Cop.”

1926 – Richard Matheson, legendary writer of many films and TV shows such as “Pit and the Pendulum”, “I Am Legend”, “Twilight Zone (TV Series)”, “The Devil Rides Out”, “Duel”, “The Night Stalker”, “The Night Strangler” and many more.

1904 – Bramwell Fletcher, “The Mummy” appeared in the film “The Undying Monster

1885 – Roland West, who directed the 1926 version of “The Bat,” “The Bat Whispers” and “The Monster” starring Lon Chaney Sr.


2019 – Vincent Frank Vella (aka Vinny Vella), appeared in “Season of the Hunted,” “New York Blood,” “Milwood,” and “Scars of a Predator.”

2009 – Robert Quarry, who played the title roles in the films “Count Yorga, Vampire,” “The Return of Count Yorga” and “The Deathmaster,” “Dr. Phibes Rises Again,” “Sugar Hill” and “Madhouse.”

2005 – Sandra Dee who starred in the film “The Dunwich Horror,” and appeared in TV shows such as “Night Gallery” and “The Sixth Sense”.

2001 – Rosemary DeCamp, who starred in the original version of “13 Ghosts”.

1992 – Dick York,  starred in “Twilight Zone” episode “A Penny For Your Thoughts,” the “Thriller” episode “The Incredible Doktor Markesan” and in six episodes of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.”

1936 – Max Schreck, best known for portraying the rat faced vampire “Nosferatu” in the horror classic.


Freaks (1932)
Reptilicus (1961)
Dead Mary (2007)

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1989 – Scout-Taylor Compton who starred in Rob Zombie’s “Halloween,” & “Halloween II,” “Wicked Little Things”, “April Fool’s day” (2008), “7500”, “247°F”.

1979 – Jennifer Love Hewitt, who starred in “Munchie,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer”.

1961 – Christopher Atkins, who appeared in the films “Beaks: The Movie,” “Dracula Rising” and “The 13th Child: Legend of the Jersey Devil.”

1958 – Kim Coates, appeared in the genre with “Resident Evil: Afterlife”, “Blood: A Butcher’s Tale”, “Skinwalkers”, “Silent Hill”, “Innocent Blood”, “The Amityville Curse” and many more.

1953 – William Petersen, starred in the film “Manhunter” and the TV movie “The Beast.”

1950 – Larry Drake, who starred in the TV movie “Dark Night of the Scarecrow,” “Darkman,” “Darkman II: The Return of Durant” and played the title role in “Dr. Giggles.”

1946 – Alan Rickman appeared in “Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street.””


2019 – Sue Casey, appeared in “The Beach Girls and the Monster,” “Evilspeak,” and “Hysterical.”

2019 – Stanley Donen, directed “Saturn 3”

2019 – Beverley Owen, played Marilyn Munster on the tv series “The Munsters.”

2019 – Peter Halsten Tork, best known as the keyboardist and bass guitarist of the Monkees – and acted in “I Filmed Your Death.”

2008 – Ben Chapman, the actor was best known for playing “The Gill Man” on land in “Creature from the Black Lagoon”.

2003 – Julie Mitchum, who appeared in the original House On Haunted Hill (1959).

2002 – Harold Pruett, who appeared in the films “Embrace Of The Vampire” and “Spellcaster”.

1993 – Harvey Kurtzman, wrote the screenplay for the movie “Mad Monster Party.”

1985 – Louis Hayward, who played the title role of “The Son of Dr. Jekyll,” and “Terror in the Wax Museum.”

1967 – Charles Beaumont, who wrote for the TV series’ “Thriller,” “The Twilight Zone,” and the screenplays for the films “Queen of Outer Space,” “The Haunted Palace” and “Masque of the Red Death”.


Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)
Voodoo Man (1944)
The Power (1968)

The Seduction (1982) – Japan
The Hitcher (1986)
Lost Highway (1997)
.com For Murder (2002)

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1975 – Drew Barrymore, granddaughter of John Barrymore, who starred in the films “Altered States” and “Firestarter,” and Scream (1996).

1969 – Thomas Jane, who starred in “The Mist,” “Dreamcatcher,” “Deep Blue Sea”.

1968 – Jeri Ryan, who starred in the film “Dracula 2000.”

1944 – Jonathan Demme, who directed the multi Academy Award winning “The Silence of the Lambs.”

1936 – Karin Dor, who appeared in the films “The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism,” “Assignment Terror”.

1899 – Dwight Frye, who played “Renfield” in “Dracula,” “Fritz” in “Frankenstein” and “Karl” in “Bride of Frankenstein,” as well as many other character film roles.


2019 – Clark James Gable, appeared in “Looking For Clarissa,” and “Heckle”

2019 – Kodi Ramakrishna, directed “Ammoru” and “Arundhati”

2019 – Thomas Morgan Woodword (aka Morgan Woodword), appeared in tv series “The X-Files (1993)” and “Millennium (1997)”

2005 – Simone Simon, who starred in “Cat People” and “Curse Of The Cat People”.

1995 – Ed Flanders, appeared in “The Exorcist III”, “Salem’s Lot (TV Movie)”, “The Legend of Lizzie Borden.”

1994 – Barry Warren, he played in “Frankenstein Created Woman”, “The Devil-Ship Pirates”, “The Kiss of the Vampire.”

1987 – Andy Warhol, who produced “Flesh For Frankenstein” and “Blood For Dracula.”

1977 – Edith Barrett, appeared in “The Ghost Ship”, “I Walked with a Zombie.”


The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
Bride of Re-Animator (1989)
Queen Of The Damned (2002)
Madhouse (2004)
Cube Zero (2004)
Way of the Vampire (2005)
The Evil One (2005)
Reel Zombies (2009) – Nevermore Film Festival

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