1967 – Nestor Carbonell, appeared in “Director’s Cut,” “Killer Movie” and “Bates Motel – TV Series.”

1958 – Charlene Tilton, appeared in “Doctor Spine,” “Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck,” “Haunted Lives: True Ghost Stories – TV Mini-Series documentary,” “The Silence of the Hams,” “The Fall of the House of Usher” and more.

1951 – Treat Williams, starred in “Dead Heat,” “Deep Rising,” “Mask Maker,” “The Hideout,” “Venomous” and “The Phantom.”


2019 – Shelley Morrison, appeared in “Castle of Evil,” “Devil Times Five” an episode of “The Outer Limits: Tourist Attraction.”

2019 – Siu-Tin Lai, soundtrack for “Journey to the West” and worked in the music department for “New Mr. Vampire.”

2011 – Bill McKinney, appeared in “2001 Maniacs,” “Hellborn,” “The Green Mile,” “It Came from Outer Space II,” “She Freak” and “The Strange and Deadly Occurrence – TV Movie.”

2008 – Paul Benedict, appeared in the films “The Addams Family,” “The Devil’s Advocate” and the 1993 version of “Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.”

2006 – Sid Raymond, appeared in “Fright” and “The Funhouse”.

2005 – Jack Colvin appeared in “Embryo,” “The Terminal Man,” “The Spell” and “Child’s Play [1988].”

2003 – Carl Schenkel, director for “Bay Cove,” “The Surgeon,” “Dracula Blows His Cool” and 4 episodes of the TV Series “The Hitchhiker.”

1999 – Marilyn Harris, known for portraying “Little Maria” in “Frankenstein [1931].”

1990 – Robert Gordon, directed “It Came From Beneath The Sea” and “The Black Zoo”.

1947 – Aleister Crowley, was an English occultist an appeared in “The Mysteries of Myra.”


The Ghost Walks [1934]
House of Frankenstein [1944]
Murder in the Blue Room [1944]

Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers [1988] – West Germany

Rush Week [1989]

Heartstopper [1991] – Netherlands
Terror Firmer [1999] – New York City
I Dream of Dracula [2003]
Turistas [2006]
Gun Town [2009]

Inoperable [2017]

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1972 – BC Fourteen, writer/producer/director of “Bigfoot vs the Illuminati,” “Werewolf Rising”, “Do Not Disturb,” “Fangoria: Blood Drive II” and more.

1968 – Lucy Liu, starred in “Rise: Blood Hunter” and appeared in “The X-Files – TV Series.”

1955 – Dennis Christopher, starred in “Fade to Black,” “Blood and Lace” and “Stephen King’s IT.”

1944 – Cathy Lee Crosby, starred in “The Dark” and appeared in the “Helen of Troy” episode of “Kolchak: The Night Stalker.”

1943 – Arch Hall Jr., starred in “The Sadist” and “The Last American Horror Show.”

1924 – Jonathan Frid, starred in “Dark Shadows” appeared in “The Devil’s Daughter” and “Seizure.”

1924 – Jimmy Sangster, Hammer screenplay writer whose scripts included “Curse of Frankenstein,” “Horror of Dracula,” The Brides of Dracula,” “The Crawling Eye,” “The Mummy [1959],” “Dracula: Prince of Darkness” and many more.

1917 – Ezra Stone, director for some of the episodes of “The Munsters.”

1894 – Warren William, starred in the 1941 version of “The Wolf Man.”


2020 – Warren Berlinger, appeared in 2 episodes of “Matinee Theatre.”

2020 – Richard Corben, comic book artist for “Creepy Comics #19 & #24.”

2020 – Rafer Johnson, appeared in “The Alfred Hitchcock Hour – Episode: The Cadaver [1963].”

2020 – Kenneth V. Jones, composer for “The Tomb of Ligeia,” “Tower of Evil,” “Whoever Slew Auntie Roo,” “The Projected Man” and “The Brain.”

2020 – Hugh Keays-Byrne, appeared in “The Death Train.”

2020 – Boris Plotnikov, appeared in “Savage Hunt of King Stakh” and “Progulka po eshafotu.”

2019 – Dorothy Catherine Fontana, writer for TV episodes of “War of the Worlds: The Meek Shall Inherit,” and “Circle of Fear: Earth, Air, Fire and Water.”

2019 – John Richard Easton, appeared in “Bruges-La-Morte” and an episode of “The Unforeseen: Early One Morning.”

2006 – Don Dohler, writer/director/producer for “The Alien Factor,” “Nightbeast,” “Stakes” and “Fiend.”

2004 – Larry Buchanan, wrote, directed and produced “The Eye Creatures,” “Zontar: The Thing from Venus” and “In The Year 2889”.

1990 – Robert Cummings, starred in “Flesh & Fantasy,” “Dial M for Murder” and the “King Nine Will Not Return” episode of “The Twilight Zone”.

1982 – Marty Feldman, played “Igor” in “Young Frankenstein”.

1953 – George Kirby, appeared in “The Invisible Man’s Revenge,” “WereWolf of London” and “Dracula’s Daughter”.


The Return of Dr. X [1939]
The Awful Dr. Orloff [1964]
The Horrible Dr. Hichcock [1964]

Watchers [1988]

Game Over [1989]

The Descent: Part 2 [2009]

Rabies [2010] – Israel

Pet [2016]

Siren [2016]

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1985 – Amanda Seyfried, starred in “Things Heard & Seen,” “You Should Have Left,” “Solstice,” “Red Riding Hood” and “Jennifer’s Body.”

1980 – Jenna Dewan Tatum, appeared in “Witches of East End – TV Series,” “American Horror Story – TV Series,” “The Grudge 2,” “Tamara” and “Dark Shadows – TV Movie.”

1973 – Holly Marie Combs, starred in “Charmed – TV Series” “Tenement,” “The Craft” and “Dr. Giggles.”

1968 – Brendan Fraser, starred in “The Mummy [1999],” “The Mummy Returns,” “The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” and “Gods and Monsters.”

1960 – Julianne Moore, starred in “Tales from the Darkside: The Movie,” “Hannibal,” “Carrie [2013],” “Psycho [1998],” “6 Souls,” “The Forgotten,” “The Lost World: Jurassic Park 2” and the TV Series “Lisey’s Story.”

1960 – Daryl Hannah, starred in “The Fury,” “Blade Runner” and the HBO remake of “Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman.”

1955 – Steven Culp, appeared in “Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday,” “From Within” and the TV remake of “How To Make a Monster.”

1955 – Melody Anderson, starred in “Dead & Buried” and the TV series “Manimal.”

1952 – Ted Newsom, wrote, produced & directed “100 Years of Horror” TV series as well as the films “Time Trancers” and “Attack of the B Movie Monster.”

1951 – Eugene Clark, portrayed “Big Daddy” in George A. Romero’s “Land of the Dead” and also appeared in “Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming,” “Millennium,” “Thrillkill” and more.

1949 – Heather Menzies, starred in the films “Sssssss” and “Piranha.”

1948 – Ozzy Osbourne, appeared in the film “Trick or Treat,” as “Reverend Aaron Gilstrom.”

1941 – Elliott Marks, worked in the camera department in “King Kong [1976],” “Dead & Buried,” “Burnt Offerings,” “Grave of the Vampire” and the TV Movie “Body Bags.”

1939 – Don Calfa, appeared in “The Return of the Living Dead,” “Necronomicon” and “Corpses Are Forever”.

1911 – Nino Rota, composer for “Spirits of the Dead,” and worked on the soundtrack for “Let Me In.”


2020 – André Gagnon, composer for “Phobia.”

2019 – Donald Tosh, writer/script for 4 episodes of “Sherlock Holmes [1968].”

2009 – Richard Todd, appeared in “House of the Long Shadows,” “Bloodbath,” “Thriller – TV Series,” “Asylum,” “Stage Fright” and many more.

2003 – David Hemmings, produced “Turkey Shoot,” “Strange Behavior,” directed “The Survivor” and appeared in “Deep Red,” the TV Movie “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” and many more.

2002 – Glenn Quinn, appeared in “Campfire Tales” and “Dr. Giggles.”

2000 – Jun Fukuda, directed “Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster,” “Son of Godzilla” and “Godzilla vs. Gigan.”

1999 – Madeline Kahn, starred in “Young Frankenstein” and “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes’ Smarter Brother.”

1943 – Maria Ouspenskaya, best known for her role as “Maleva” the gypsy woman in the films “The Wolf Man” and “Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man.”

1894 – Robert Louis Stevenson, author and creator of “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.”


London After Midnight [1927]

Horror Express [1972]

Girls Nite Out [1982]

Office Killer [1997]
Witchbabe: Erotic Witch Project 3 [2001]
All Hallows’ Eve [2007]
30 Days to Die [2009]

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1973 – Tyra Banks, appeared in “Halloween: Resurrection.”

1965 – Álex de la Iglesia, Spanish writer/director whose films include “Witching and Bitching,” “Dance with the Devil,” “Day of the Beast” and “Acción mutante.”

1964 – Marisa Tomei, appeared in “The First Purge,” “Danika” and “The Toxic Avenger.”

1964 – Tony Todd, starred in “Night of the Living Dead [1990],” “The Crow,” “Murder Set Pieces,” “Hatchet, “Candy Corn,” “Dark Reel,” “Victor Crowley,” “Candyman [1992]” and many more.

1951 – Mick Garris, directed “Sleepwalkers,” the TV mini-series “The Stand” and “The Shining.” He also created the show “Masters of Horror.”

1951 – Patricia Wettig, starred in the TV mini-series “The Langoliers.”

1949 – Jeff Bridges, starred in “King Kong [1976],” “Tideland,” “The Vanishing” and “Starman.”


2020 – David Lander, appeared in “Pandemonium,” “Steel and Lace,” as well as episodes of “Freddy’s Nightmares” and “Monsters.”

2019 – Azucena Hernández Iglesias, actress in “The Beasts’ Carnival,” “The National Mummy” and “Night of the Werewolf.”

2019 – Leonard J. Goldberg, produced the TV Movies “The House Possessed,” “Death at Love House,” “Satan’s School for Girls,” “A Cold Night’s Death” and “Home for the Holidays.”

2019 – Javier Aguirre Fernández, director/writer for “Count Dracula’s Great Love” and “Hunchback of the Morgue.”

2019 – Manuel Tejada, appeared in “The Last Circus,” “Common Wealth” and episodes of the TV Series “Stories from the Other Side” and “Stories Not to Sleep.”

2015 – Robert Loggia, character actor extraordinaire appeared in such films and TV shows as “Independence Day,” “The Six Million Dollar Man -TV Series,” “Innocent Blood,” “The Believers,” “Psycho II,” and many more.

2008 – Forrest J. Ackerman, influenced so many in the horror genre and some of his films over the years included “Dracula vs Frankenstein,” “Queen of Blood” and “The Howling.”

2005 – Gregg Hoffman, produced the “Saw” films, “Dead Silence [2007],” “Jigsaw” and “Catacombs.”

1987 – Rouben Mamoulian, directed the 1931 version of “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.”


Guru, the Mad Monk [1970] – New York City
The Body Beneath [1970] – New York City
Pin [1988] – New York City
Psycho [1998]

It Came from Yesterday [2011]

Werewolf Tales [2003]
Godzilla: Final Wars [2004]
Werewolf: The Devil’s Hound [2007]

Silent Night [2012]

12/12/12 [2012]

Charlie’s Farm [2014] – Australia

Krampus [2015]

All the Creatures Were Stirring [2018]

You Might Be the Killer [2018]

Psycho-Therapy [2019]

Castle Freak [2020]

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