1978 – Fede Alvarez, director of the “Evil Dead” remake.

1974 – Amber Valletta, has appeared in “Dead Silence”, “Premonition”, and “What Lies Beneath.”

1945 – Mia Farrow, who starred in “Rosemary’s Baby,” “See No Evil” “The Omen (2006) and “The Haunting of Julia.”

1938 – Fred Williams who portrayed “Jonathan Harker” in the 1970 film, “Count Dracula.”

1928 – Illustrator Frank Frazetta unique work included Marvel, DC, EC comics, horror magazines such as “Creepy,” “Eerie,” “Vampirella,” and album and paperback covers.

1901 – Brian Donlevy, who played in “The Creeping Unknown,” as well as appearing in the films “Gamera” and “Curse of the Fly.”


2019 – Larry Brand, directed & wrote “Masque of the Red Death (1989),” screenwriter “Halloween: Resurrection.”

1996 – Robin Stille, appeared in “Vampire Knights”, “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama”, “The Slumber Party Massacre.”

1995 – David Wayne, appeared in “Night Gallery (TV Series)”, “The Andromeda Strain”, “The Twilight Zone (TV Series)” and many more.

1986 – Make-up artist Ben Nye, whose film work included “The Alligator People” and “The Fly.”


The Creeping Flesh 1973
Murder By Decree (1979)
Lobster Man from Mars (1989)
The Haunting of Morella (1990)
Cyborg Cop (1994)
Loch Ness (1996) (UK & Ireland)
Hannibal (2001)
The American Nightmare (2000)
Hannibal Rising (2007)
Bone Eater (2007)
Friday the 13th (2009) (LA premiere)

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1997 – Chloë Grace Moretz, appeared in “The Amityville Horror”, “Wicked Little Things”, “Hallowed Ground”, “The Eye”, “Let Me In”, “Dark Shadows”, “Carrie (2013)” and more.

1994 – Makenzie Vega, appeared in “Saw.”

1991 – Emma Roberts, appeared in “Scream 4″, “American Horror Story (TV Series)”, “Scream Queens (TV Series)” and more.

1974 – Elizabeth Banks, has appeared in such films as “Slither”, “The Uninvited”.

1967 – Laura Dern, who starred in the films “Blue Velvet,” “Haunted Summer”, “Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic Park III.”

1929 -Composer Jerry Goldsmith, who has scored such films as “Planet of the Apes,” “The Omen” and “Alien.” He also worked on the TV series’ “Thriller” and “The Twilight Zone.”

1929 – Hazel Court, who appeared in the films “The Masque of the Red Death,” the 1963 version of “The Raven,” and “The Curse of Frankenstein.” She also published Hazel Court Horror Queen: An Autobiography (2008).

1906 – The one and only Creighton Tull, a.k.a. Lon Chaney Jr. He is best known for portraying “Lawrence Talbot” in “The Wolf Man”, The Ghost of Frankenstein”, “The Mummy’s Tomb”, “Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man”, “Son of Dracula”, “House of Frankenstein”, “House of Dracula”, and many, many more.


2019 – Carmen Argenziano, appeared in “When a Stranger Calls,” “Graduation Day,” “The First Power,” “Hellraiser: Inferno,” “The Labyrinth,” and many more.

2008 – Roy Scheider, who starred in the films “Jaws,” “Curse of the Living Corpse,” “Dracula II: The Ascension” and “Dracula III: Legacy”.

2007 – Charles S. Swartz, writer/producer of the films “The Velvet Vampire,” “Terminal Island”.

2006 – John Belluso, who has written for TV shows such as “Deadwood” and “The Ghost Whisperer”.

2006 – David Knapp who appeared in the films “Home A Horror Story” and the TV movie “Something Evil”.

2000 – Jim Varney, starred in “Ernest Scared Stupid”

1932 – Edgar Wallace, the man who created the story of “King Kong,” and wrote the novel “Dead Eyes of London”.


Attack of the Crab Monsters/Not of This Earth (1957)
The Night Visitor (1971)
Black Cat 1984
The Fly II (1989)
Shallow Grave (1994)
Queen of the Damned (2002)
Final Destination 3 (2006)
Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud (2007)
The Lodger (2009)
The Horde (2009) (France, Belgium, Luxemburg)

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1992 – Taylor Lautner, best known for his role in the “Twilight” series of films.

1985 – Sarah Butler, who appeared in the remake of “I Spit on Your Grave”, and “The Demented”.

1982 – Natalie Dormer, stars in “The Forest”, “Poe,” “Patient Zero,” and the upcoming “Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (TV Series).”

1969 – Jennifer Aniston, starred in the film “Leprechaun.”

1962 – Diane Franklin, who appeared in “Amityville II: The Possession”, and “TerrorVision”

1940 – The creator of the “Monster Mash,” Bobby “Boris” Pickett. When he performed live for the first time, his backing band was unsigned, unknown group called The Beach Boys.

1926 – Leslie Nielsen, who starred in the films “Day of the Animals, “Prom Night,” “Creepshow” and “Forbidden Planet.”

1847 – Inventor Thomas A. Edison, whose film company was the first to commit the story of “Frankenstein” to celluloid.


2006 – Author Peter Benchley, the man who terrified a generation of beach goers who penned the novels “Jaws”, “The Beast,” “The Deep” and Creature,” all of which were made into films.

2006 – Del Courtney, who appeared in the films “The Hideous Sun Demon” and “It Came From Beneath The Sea”.

2004 – Hugh Cecil, who appeared in “Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell,” “The Rocky Horror Picture show” and the TV series “Blake 7”.

2002 – Barry Foster, who appeared in the films “Twisted Nerve,” and played “Robert Rusk,” the necktie strangler in “Frenzy”.

2000 – Roger Vadim, who directed the film, “Spirits of the Dead”.

1994 – Sorrell Booke, appeared in the films “Fail Safe,” “Slaughterhouse-Five” and “Devil Times Five.”

1982 – Takashi Shimura, Japanese actor who appeared as “Dr. Yamane” in the original 1954 “Godzilla.” He also appeared in “Godzilla Raids Again”, “The Mysterians”, “Mothra”, “Gorath”, “Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster”, “Kwaidan”, “Frankenstein Conquers the World” and many more.

1976 – Lee J. Cobb, who played “Lieutenant Kinderman” in the film “The Exorcist” and also appeared in the film “Gorilla at Large”.

1969 – Michael Reeves, director of “Castle of the Living Dead”, “She Beast”, “The Sorcerers”, “Witchfinder General.”


Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969)
The Last Dinosaur (1977)
My Bloody Valentine (1981)
Sphinx (1981)
House of the Dead 2 (2006)

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1980 – Christina Ricci, who portrayed “Wednesday Addams” in the “Addams Family” films and also starred in “Sleepy Hollow,” “After.Life” and “Cursed.”

1968 – Josh Brolin, starred in the films “The Goonies,” “Mimic,” “The Hollow Man” and “Planet Terror,”.

1965 – Christine Elise, appeared in “Child’s Play 2″, Body Snatchers (1993)

1952 – Simon MacCorkindale, who appeared in the TV series’ “Quatermass,” “Manimal” and the film “Jaws 3D.”

1950 – Michael Ironside, who appeared in many horror films “Scanners,” “Visiting Hours,” “Starship Troopers”, “Terminator Salvation”, The Harrowing (2017), Knuckleball (2018)

1940 – Richard Lynch, starred in the films “Bad Dreams,” “Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge,” “Corpses Are Forever,” Rob Zombie’s “Halloween” and “Mil Mascaras vs the Aztec Mummy.”

1940 – Ralph Bates, who has starred in the Hammer classics, “Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde,” “Taste the Blood of Dracula” and “The Horror of Frankenstein.”

1919 – Forrest Tucker, starred in the films “The Crawling Eye,” “The Abominable Snowman” and “The Cosmic Monsters.”

1899 – Edward L. Cahn, who directed the films “It, the Terror From Beyond Space,” “The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake” and “Invisible Invaders.”

1898 – Wallace Ford, who appeared in “Freaks,” “The Mummy’s Hand” and “The Ape Man.”


2000 – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, who wrote the song “I Put a Spell on You,” as the opening for his stage act, he would often rise from a coffin.

2000 – Charles Schulz, creator of the “Peanuts” gang and who gave us that wonderful holiday show “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”.

1970 – Guy Endore was a novelist and screenwriter in Hollywood. He wrote the seminal novel “The Werewolf Of Paris” which was later adapted in the Hammer film “The Curse of the Werewolf.” He also wrote the screenplays for “Mark of the Vampire”, “The Raven”, “Mad Love” and “The Devil-Doll.”


Reflection of Fear (1972)
The Stepford Wives (1975)
The Beast Within (1982)
Dead Alive (1993)
The Temp (1993)
My Favorite Martian (1999)
Mulva: Zombie Ass Kicker (2001) (Frightvision Convention)
Messengers (2004)
The Wolfman (2010)

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1979 – Mena Suvari who starred in the 2007 remake of “Day Of The Dead.”

1968 – Kelly Hu, has appeared in “Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan”, “Dark Shadows (TV Movie)”, “Devil’s Den”, “Succubus: Hell-Bent”.

1964 – Mark Patton, best known for his starring role in “A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge”.

1961 – Henry Rollins. He appeared in the films “Johnny Mnemonic,” “Feast,” “The Devil’s Tomb” and “Wrong Turn 2: Dead End.”

1951 – David Naughton who played the title of “An American Werewolf in London,” and also appeared in the films “Body Bags,” “Big Bad Wolf,” and “Amityville: A New Generation.”

1948 – Kitten Natividad, who appeared in Fred Olen Ray’s “The Tomb” and “Zombie Ninja Gangbangers.”

1946 – Joe Estevez, has appeared in numerous films including “Soultaker”, “Werewolf”, “Blood Slaves of the Vampire Wolf”, “Silent Scream”, “Caesar & Otto’s Deadly Xmas,” “Hell Asylum” and hundreds more.

1944 – Bo Svenson, who appeared in the films “Curse II: The Bite,” “Beyond the Door III”, “Raising Jeffery Dahmer” and played the monster in the 1973 TV version of “Frankenstein.”

1942 – Carol Lynley, who appeared in the films “Bunny Lake is Missing,” “Howling VI: The Freaks,” “The Shuttered Room” and the TV movie “The Night Stalker.”

1938 – Oliver Reed, who played the title role in “Curse of the Werewolf” and also starred in the films “Burnt Offerings” and “The Brood.”

1933 – Kim Novak, who appeared in the films “Vertigo,” “Massacre at Blood Bath Drive-in,” “Tales That Witness Madness”, Satan’s Triangle (1975)  and “Bell, Book and Candle.”

1932 – Barbara Shelley, British beauty who appeared in “Five Million Years to Earth”, “Rasputin: The Mad Monk”, “Dracula: Prince of Darkness”, “The Secret of Blood Island”, “The Gorgon”, “Village of the Damned”, “Blood of the Vampire” and many more.

1932 – Susan Oliver made appearances on the TV shows “Ghost Story” and “Freddy’s Nightmare.”


1994 – Martin Balsam who played “Detective Arbogast” in the original “Psycho”.

1980 – David Janssen starred in the TV movie “Moon of the Wolf,” the films “Cult of the Cobra,” and “Marooned”.


Scream & Scream Again (1970)
Sphere (1998)
Dead Birds (2004)
Devil’s Den (2006)
Friday the 13th (2009)

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FEBRUARY 14 – Happy Valentine’s Day


1980 – Mindy Robinson, appeared in “The Haunting of Whaley House”, “Killjoy Goes to Hell”, “V/H/S/2″, “The Impaler” and more.

1978 – Danai Gurira, known for portraying “Michonne” on “The Walking Dead (TV Series).”

1976 – Erica Leerhsen who starred in “Wrong Turn 2: Dead End,” “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (2003) and “Book Of Shadows: Blair Witch 2.”

1971 – Noriko Sakai, who starred in “Premonition” and “Ju-on: The Grudge 2.”

1970 – Simon Pegg, who co-wrote the screenplay for and starred in “Shaun of the Dead”, “Land of the Dead”, “Grindhouse”, “Diary of the Dead”, “Paul”, “The World’s End” and more.

1964 – Zach Galligan, who starred in the films “Gremlins”, “Gremlins 2”, “Waxwork,” “Infested” and “Nightbeasts.”

1960 – Meg Tilly, who starred in the films “Psycho II,” “One Dark Night” and Body Snatchers (1993).

1952 – Jim Hanson, He produced the films “Witchcraft II: The Temptress,” “Doctor Hackenstein” and “Witchery.”

1946 – Gregory Hines, who co-starred in the films “The Wolfen” and “Eve of Destruction.”

1942 – Andrew Robinson, who starred in the films “Hellraiser,” “Child’s Play 3″ and “Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings.”

1936 – Andrew Prine, who appeared in the films “The Town That Dreaded Sundown,” “Simon, King of the Witches,” “Crypt of the Living Dead” and “Sutures,” and Grizzly (1976).

1929 – Vic Morrow, who appeared in the films “Twilight Zone: The Movie,” “Humanoids From the Deep”.

1910 – Frances Dade, portrayed “Lucy” in the original 1931 version of “Dracula.”

1902 – Stuntman Ray “Crash” Corrigan, who played the title role of “The Ape,” “It, the Terror From Beyond Space” and appeared in “The Zombies of Mora Tau.”

1882 – The “Great Profile,” John Barrymore, who played the title role in the 1920 version of “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.” He also starred in the films “Svengali” and “The Invisible Woman.”


2015 – Louis Jourdan, appeared in “Swamp Thing” and “Return of the Swamp Thing”, he also starred as “Dracula” in the great BBC version of “Count Dracula (TV Movie).”

2007 – Lee Patterson, who appeared in the films “Jack The Ripper” (1959).

1992 – Angelique Pettyjohn, appeared in “Biohazard”, “The Lost Empire”, “Mad Doctor of Blood Island” “The Phantom Planet” and more.

1971 – Seth Holt, director of such films as “Scream of Fear”, “The Nanny”, “Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb”.


Dracula (1931)
The Mad Doctor (1941)

House on Haunted Hill (1959)
The Day Mars Invaded Earth (1963)
The Shuttered Room (1968)
TerrorVision (1986)
The Silence Of The Lambs (1991)
Prom Night IV: Deliver Us From Evil (1991)

One Hour Photo (2002) – Turkey
Skinned Deep (2004)
The Horror Seasons (2005)
The Ghosts Of Crowley Hall (2008)
The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008)

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1988 – Jessica De Gouw, has appeared in “Dracula (TV Series)”, “Generation Z.”

1988 – Tara Holt, has appeared in “Victim”, “American Horror Story (TV Series)”.

1971 – Reneé O’Connor, appeared in the films “Darkman II: The Return of Durant” and “Boogeyman 2.”

1968 – Vivian Schilling, has appeared in “Future Shock”, “Project Eliminator”, “Soultaker”, “Terror Eyes” and more.

1931 – Claire Bloom, who starred in the original 1963 version of “The Haunting”.

1914 – Kevin McCarthy, who starred in the 1956 version of “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” He also appeared in the film’s 1978 remake and the movies “Twilight Zone: The Movie,” “Piranha” and “The Howling.”

1899 – Gale Sondergaard, who starred in the 1939 version of “The Cat and the Canary,” the 1941 version of “The Black Cat” and “The Invisible Man’s Revenge.”

1882 – “The Great Profile” John Barrymore, who played the title role in the 1920 silent version of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” He also starred in “The Invisible Woman.”


2012 – Elyse Knox, starred in “The Mummy’s Tomb.”

1990 – Jack Fletcher, who appeared in Elvira: Mistress Of The Dark (1988).

1973 – Tim Holt, starred in “The Monster That Challenged the World”.


Phantom Lady (1944) – Finland

Fog Island (1945)
Saturn 3 (1980)
Deadly Species (2002)
Wendigo (2002)
Hallowed (2005)
Chill (2007)
Diary of the Dead (2007) – Canada

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