1989 – Najarra Townsend, starred in “The Stylist,” “Rock, Paper, Scissors,” “Portal,” “Contracted,” “Contracted: Phase II” and more.

1980 – Amara Zaragoza, appeared in “Bloodwork”, “Alyce Kills”, “Supernatural – TV Series” and “Hatchet.”

1977 – Kris Black, producer & appeared in “Verotika,” “The House that Jack Built,” “Blood Effects” and more.

1976 – Amy Acker, appeared in “The Cabin in the Woods” as well as the TV Series “Supernatural” and “Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated.”

1968 – Lisa Marie, appeared in “Ed Wood,” “Mars Attacks!,” “Sleepy Hollow,” “Lords of Salem,” “Tales of Halloween,” “We Are Still Here” and “Silent Night.”

1946 – Tom Ferguson, appeared in “Dark Universe,” “Jack-O” and “Biohazard: The Aliens Force.”

1911 – William Devlin, appeared in “Blood of the Vampire” and “The Shuttered Room.”

1906 – Otto Preminger, Producer/director for “Bunny Lake is Missing” and also appeared on “The Twilight Zone.”

1890 – Fritz Lang, directed “Metropolis,” the 1931 version of “M” and “Siegfried.”


2020 – Dolf de Vries, actor in “Intensive Care.”

2019 – Robert Hudson Walker Jr., acted in “Olivia,” “The Devonsville Terror,” “Evil Town,” “The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe,” “Hex,” “Beware! The Blob” and an episode of “The Unforeseen: The Late Departed.”

2008 – Nina Foch, appeared in “Alien Nation: Dark Horizon,” “Nomads,” “Kolchak: The Night Stalker – TV Series,” “Cry of the Werewolf” and “The Return of the Vampire.”

2008 – Beverly Garland, starred in “Twice-Told Tales,” “The Alligator People,” “Not of This Earth,” “Curucu, Beast of the Amazon,” “Swamp Women,” “It Conquered the World,” “The Neanderthal Man” and more.

1983 – Robert Aldrich, directed “Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte,” “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane” and “Twilight’s Last Gleaming.”

1981 – Charles Barton, directed “Abbott & Costello Meets Frankenstein,” “Abbott & Costello Meet the Killer: Boris Karloff” and episodes of the TV series “The Munsters.”

1968 – Fred Clark, appeared in the films “Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb” and episodes of the TV Series “The Addams Family.”


Man Beast [1956]
The St. Francisville Experiment [2000] – USA video premiere
The Bloodstained Bride [2006]

Kill Me Now [2012]

Black Christmas: The Night Billy Came Home [2016]

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1979 – Tommy Wirkola, writer/director of “The Trip,” “Dead Snow,” “Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead,” and “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.”

1979 – Simone Hanselmann, starred in “Flashback” and the TV Movie “Shark Attack in the Mediterranean.”

1975 – Noel Clarke, appeared in “Storage 24,” “Centurion,” “Heartless” and “Doghouse.”

1973 – Michael Coleman, appeared in “Blood Ties,” “Blood: A Butcher’s Tale,” “Alien Incursion,” “Darkest Hour” as well as episodes of the TV Series “Supernatural” and “Millennium.”

1962 – Janine Turner, appeared in “Monkey Shines” and “The Ambulance.”

1953 – Tom Hulce, appeared in “Marry Shelley’s Frankenstein,” “Black Rainbow,” and an episode of “The Hidden Room.”

1953 – Kin Shriner, appeared in “Manhunter,” “The Chair” and the TV remake of “A Bucket of Blood.”

1948 – JoBeth Williams, starred in “Poltergeist I & II,” “Within,” and “Endangered Species.”

1943 – Yuriko Hoshi, appeared in “Godzilla vs. the Thing,” “Ghidrah the Three-Headed Monster” and “Godzilla vs. Megaguirus.”

1928 – Bobby Van, appeared in “The Navy vs. the Night Monsters.”

1924 – Wally Cox, appeared in the TV movie “The Night Strangler” and appeared in such TV shows as “The Twilight Zone,” “Lost in Space” and “The Night Gallery.”

1905 – George Blair, directed “The Hypnotic Eye” and “Spook Chasers.”

1900 – Agnes Moorehead, appeared on “The Twilight Zone” episode “The Invaders,” and in the films “The Bat,” “Frankenstein: The True Story” and “Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte.”


2020 – Monu Mukherjee, appeared in “Kuheli” and “Chayamoy.”

1993 – Don Ameche, starred in the films “Dante’s Inferno,” “Cocoon” and “Cocoon: The Return.”

1989 – Frances Bavier, appeared in “The Bad Seed” and “The Day the Earth Stood Still.”


Faust [1926]
Eye of the Devil [1967] – New York City
The Witch’s Sabbath [2005] – USA DVD premiere

ThanksKilling [2009]

Apartment 1303 3D [2012] – Russia

Good Tidings [2016]

Daniel Isn’t Real [2019]

I See You [2019]

Killer Therapy [2019] – Culver City Film Festival

Everybody Gets Stabbed [2020] – Australia

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1989 – Nicholas Hoult, starred in “Warm Bodies.”

1988 – Emily Browning, appeared in “Ghost Ship [2002],” “Magic Magic,” “Darkness Falls” and “The Uninvited [2009].”

1979 – Jennifer Carpenter, appeared in “The Devil’s Hand,” “Quarantine,” “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and more.

1979 – Ayako Fujitani, starred in “Gamera, Guardian of the Universe,” “Gamera 2: Assault of the Legion” and “Gamera 3: The Awakening of Isis.

1978 – Shiri Appleby, starred “Fear Itself [TV Series],” “The Devil’s Candy,” “The Thirteenth Floor”, “Curse II: The Bite”, “Freddy’s Nightmares [TV Series]” and more.

1976 – Mark Duplass, actor/writer/producer appeared in “The Lazarus Effect,” “Creep 1 & 2,” “Manson Family Vacation,” “Bad Milo,” “The Innkeepers,” “Black Rock” and many others.

1967 – Danny Hassel, co-starred in “A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master” and “A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child.”

1966 – C. Thomas Howell, starred in “Beast Mode,” “War of the Worlds [2005],” “War of the Worlds 2,” “The Hitcher 2,” “Camel Spiders,” “Hoboken Hollow,” “The Shadow People” and many more.

1964 – Patrick Fabian, appeared in “The Last Exorcism,” “Helter Skelter,” “Eat Brains Love” as well as episodes of the TV Series “Millennium” and “FreakyLinks.”

1955 – Priscilla Barnes, starred in “Tintorera,” “Stepfather III,” “The Devil’s Reject’s” and “Trailer Park of Terror.”

1949 – Tom Waits, who portrayed “Renfield” in the 1992 version of “Dracula” and also appeared in “Wolfen.” His music has also been used in numerous movie soundtracks including “Hellboy” and “Project Valyrie.”

The following is his music Jitterbug Boy from Wolfen:

1945 – W. D. Richter, screenwriter for “Invasion of the Body Snatchers [1978],” “Dracula [1979],” and “Needful Things.”

1936 – Annette Stroyberg, starred in “Blood and Roses.”

1932 – Ellen Burstyn, starred in “The Exorcist” and “The Wicker Man [2006].”

1923 – Ted Knight, appeared at the end of the film “Psycho” as one of the officers guarding Norman Bates and also did voice over work on many cartoon series including “Scooby Doo.”

1915 – Eli Wallach, starred in “The Sentinel,” “The Deep” and the TV movie “The Chill Factor.”

1910 – Rod Cameron, appeared in “The Monster and the Girl,” “The Electronic Monster” and “Psychic Killer.”

1909 – Arch Oboler, wrote, directed, and produced “The Twonky,” “Five” and “The Bubble.” He was also writer/director/host/producer of NBC Radio’s “Lights Out.”

1901 – Jack Dietz, produced “The Black Scorpion,” “The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms” and “Return of the Ape Man.”

1874 – Harry Stubbs, appeared in “The Wolf Man,” “Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man,” and “The Mummy’s Hand.”


2020 – Masao Komatsu, actor in the TV Movie “Monster of Frankenstein.”

2020 – Phyllis Eisenstein, writer for “The Twilight Zone – Episode: The After Hours/Lost and Found/The World Next Door.”

2014 – Ken Weatherwax, portrayed “Pugsley Addams” in “The Addams Family [TV Series]” and “Halloween with the New Addams Family.”

1991 – Herb Jaffe, produced the films “Fright Night II,” “The Demon Seed” and “Motel Hell.”

1990 – Joan Bennett, who played “Elizabeth Collins Stoddard” on the daytime horror soap opera “Dark Shadows.” She also appeared in “Suspiria [1977],” “House of Dark Shadows” and the TV movie, “This House Possessed.”

1988 – Christopher Connelly, appeared in the film “Manhattan Baby.”

1975 – Thornton Wilder, writer for Alfred Hitchcock’s “Shadow of a Doubt.”


The Ghost Breaker [1914]
House of Dracula [1945]

Tarantula [1955] – Rochester, NY
Village of the Damned [1960]
Varan the Unbelievable [1962]
Schizo [1976] – Bismarck, ND
The Last Horror Movie [2004] – USA DVD premiere

Demons at the Door [2004]
Dracula 3000 [2004] – USA DVD premiere
Hallowed [2005]

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1993 – AnnaSophia Robb, starred in “Down a Dark Hall,” “The Reaping” and episodes of the TV Series “The Expecting.”

1978 – Ian Somerhalder, starred in “The Vampire Diaries [TV Series].”

1968 – Brock Simpson, appeared in “Prom Night I – IV.”

1966 – Tyler Mane, appeared in “Compound Fracture,” “Victor Crowley,” “Rob Zombie’s Halloween I & II”, and more.

1964 – Teri Hatcher, appeared in “Tales from the Crypt [TV Series]”.

1953 – Kim Basinger, starred in “Bless the Child.”

1950 – Rick Baker, multiple Oscar winning Make-up and effects artist with some of his credits including “The Howling,” “The Ring,” “The Exorcist,” “An American Werewolf in London,” “The Frighteners,” “King Kong [1976],” “The Wolfman [2010]” and many more.

1947 – David Schmoeller, writer/director of “Tourist Trap,” “Crawlspace,” “Catacombs,” “Puppet Master,” “The Arrival,” “Netherworld” and more.

1947 – Belinda Balaski, appeared in “Death Scream”, “Piranha,” “The Howling,” “Gremlins,” “Matinee” and more.

1943 – Mary Woronov, starred in “Silent Night, Bloody Night,” “Night of the Comet,” “The Devil’s Reject’s” and “The House of the Devil.”

1936 – David Carridine, starred in “Q” and “Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat.”

1935 – Michael Kahn, editor for “Jurassic Park,” “The Lost World: Jurassic Park,” “Poltergeist [1982],” “Twilight Zone: The Movie,” “The Haunting [1999],” “Arachnophobia” and “The Devil’s Rain.”

1930 – Maximilian Schell, appeared in “Vampires,” and played in the 1983 TV version of “The Phantom of the Opera.”


2019 – Caroll Edwin Spinney, appeared in an episode of “Supernatural: Inside Man.”

2019 – René Murat Auberjonois, appeared in “Images,” “King Kong [1976],” “My Best Friend is a Vampire” and several TV episodes of “Night Gallery,” “Eerie, Indiana,” “The Outer Limits,” “Poltergeist: The Legacy” and more.

2013 – Don Mitchell, starred in “Scream Blacula Scream.”

2008 – Robert Prosky, appeared in the films “Christine,” “Gremlins 2” and “The Keep”.

2004 – Dimebag Darrell, was the guitarist for the metal band Pantera.

1983 – Slim Pickens, appeared in “The Howling”.


The Strange Door [1951] – New York City
The Hell of Frankenstein [1960] – Mexico
Curse of the Crimson Altar [1968]
Godzilla’s Revenge [1971]
Subspecies 4: Bloodstorm [1998] – USA – video premiere
Buttcrack [1998]
Blade: Trinity [2004]

Home Movie [2008]

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1989 – Elle Evans, starred in “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” and “The Love Witch.”

1974 – Jacqueline Lovell, appeared in “Head of the Family,” “Hideous!,” “The Exotic House of Wax,” “The Killer Eye” and more.

1965 – Brad Savage, appeared in the TV movie “Salem’s Lot”.

1960 – Todd Allen, appeared “Witchboard,” “Witchboard 2,” “Pinocchio’s Revenge” as well as episodes of the TV Series “The Twilight Zone” and “Freddy’s Nightmares”

1955 – Hiroyuki Watanabe, starred in “Ringu” and “Gojira, Mosura, Kingu Gidora: Daikaijû Soukougeki.”

1945 – Michael Nouri starred in the TV series “Cliffhangers: The Curse of Dracula,” and the film “The Hidden”.

1933 – Morton Downey Jr., appeared in “Predator 2,” “Television Terror,” an episode of “Tales from the Crypt” and the “A Face for Radio” episode of “Monsters.”

1930 – Buck Henry, whose screenplays include episodes of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.”

1929 – John Cassavetes, starred in “Rosemary’s Baby” and “The Fury.”

1928 – Dick Van Patten, appeared in “Westworld” and “They Have Been, They Are, They Will Be” episode of “Kolchak: The Night Stalker.”

1916 – Kirk Douglas, starred in “Saturn 3,” “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde [1973],” “The Chosen,” “The Final Countdown” and “The Fury.”

1911 – Broderick Crawford, appeared in “Terror in the Wax Museum,” “The Vulture” and the TV movie, “The Phantom of Hollywood.”

1902 – Margaret Hamilton, starred in “The Invisible Woman,” “13 Ghosts,” “The Night Strangler,” 3 episodes of “The Addams Family” and more.

1897 – Hermione Gingold appeared in “Munster, Go Home.”


2020 – Jason Slater, worked on the soundtrack for “Valentine.”

2019 – Zoran Rankić, appeared in the TV Movie “Zakletva.”

2019 – Miko Palanca, appeared in “Shake Rattle and Roll 8.”

2009 – Gene Barry, starred in “The War of the Worlds [1953].”

2006 – Russell Wade, appeared in the “The Body Snatcher [w/Karloff & Lugosi] and “The Ghost Ship” [1943].

2004 – Patrick Wright, appeared in “Maniac Cop,” “Frightmare,” “Graduation Day,” “Devil’s Ecstasy,” “Track of the Moon Beast,” “The Night of the Strangler” and more.

1995 – Vivian Blaine, appeared in the films “The Dark” and “Parasite”.

1992 – Vincent Gardenia, starred in the 1986 musical version of “Little Shop of Horrors”.

1944 – Laird Cregar, starred as Jack the Ripper in the film “The Lodger”.


The Witches [1966] – UK
The Creatures [1969]
Dorian Gray [1970] – New York City
Christine [1983]
Dark Waters [2003]

Beyond the Gates [2016]

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1977 – Emmanuelle Chriqui, appeared in “The Passage,” “The Crow: Wicked Prayer,” “Wrong Turn [2003],” “PSI Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal – TV Series,” “Forever Knight – TV Series” and more.

1974 – Monique Dupree, appeared in “Zombthology,” “Caeser and Otto’s Paranormal Halloween,” “Bikini Bloodbath Christmas,” “The Horror Vault 3,” “No Strings 2: Playtime in Hell,” “Sheriff Tom Vs. The Zombies” and many more.

1970 – Matthew Jason Walsh, screenwriter for “The Killer Eye,” “Prison of the Dead,” “Deep Freeze,” “Young Blood, Fresh Meat,” “Witchouse,” “Final Stab,” “Voodoo Academy,” “The Sandman” and more.

1969 – Stephen Billington, starred in “Resident Evil” and “Dracula II: The Ascension.”

1965 – Stephanie Morgenstern, appeared in the TV Series “Forever Knight,” “Tales from the Cryptkeeper” and “Friday the 13th: The Series.”

1960 – Kenneth Branagh, writer/director/producer/actor whose work includes the 1994 version of “Frankenstein,” and “Dead Again.”

1958 – John J. York, starred in “Werewolf – TV Series” as cursed “Eric Cord.”

1958 – Eva Robins appeared in the film “Tenebre”.

1957 – Michael Clarke Duncan, starred in “The Green Mile.”

1933 – Mako, appeared in “Robocop 3.”

1928 – Bill ‘Chilly Billy’ Cardille, appeared in “Night of the Living Dead [1968],” “Day of the Dead,” “Night of the Living Dead [1990],” and “Living Dead [2012].”

1928 – John Colicos, appeared in “The Hitchhiker – TV Series,” “Phobia” and “The Changeling”.

1926 – Jean Byron, appeared in “Invisible Invaders” and “The Magnetic Monsters”.

1916 – Anne Gwynne, starred in “House of Frankenstein” and “Teenage Monster.”

1889 – Ray Collins, appeared in the episode of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Conversation Over a Corpse.”


2020 – Tom Lister Jr., appeared in “Slasher Party,” “Midnight [1989],” Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies,” “Soulkeeper,” “Santa’s Slay,” “Dracula 3000,” “Hellborn,” “Vegas Vampires” and many more.

2019 – Philip Anthony McKeon, appeared in “Ghoulies IV,” “Sandman,” “976-EVIL,” “Return to Horror High” and an episode of “Amazing Stories.”

1986 – Susan Cabot, appeared in “War of the Satellites,” “The Viking Women and the Sea Serpent” and played the title role in “The Wasp Woman”.

1978 – Edward D. Wood Jr., director of “Bride of the Monster,” “Plan 9 from Outer Space,” “Night of the Ghouls” and more.

1972 – James H. Nicholson, Co-founder of American International Pictures and producer of “It Conquered the World,” “War of the Colossal Beast,” “Pit and the Pendulum” and more.


She Killed in Ecstasy [1971]
The Green Mile [1999]

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1988 – Ashley Hinshaw, appeared in “The Pyramid” and “True Blood – TV Series.”

1979 – Rider Strong, appeared in “Darkening Sky,” “Cabin Fever,” “Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever,” “Borderland,” “Pulse 3” and “Tooth and Nail.”

1958 – Nikki Sixx, worked on the soundtrack for “Hellboy [2019],” “Demons [1985],” “The Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Rock ‘n Roll Musical,” “Halloween ’87” and “Idle Hands.”

1953 – Bess Armstrong, appeared in “Jaws 3D,” “Jekyll & Hyde…Together Again” and in the “What’s Cookin’” episode of “Tales From the Crypt.”

1949 – Teri Garr, starred in “Young Frankenstein.”

1944 – Lynda Day George, starred in the films “Mortuary,” “Beyond Evil” and “Pieces.”

1942 – Donna Mills, starred in “Play Misty for Me,” “Cursed Part 3” and the TV movie “Look What’s Happened to Rosemary’s Baby.”

1935 – Ron Carey, appeared in “High Anxiety.”

1922 – Maila Nurmi, best known as Vampira, the horror hostess, appeared in “Plan 9 from Outer Space” and her series “The Vampira Show.”

1919 – Marie Windsor, starred in “Abbott & Costello Meet the Mummy,” “Chamber of Horrors” and the TV movie “Salem’s Lot.”

1914 – Robert Ayres, appeared in “Cat Girl” and “First Man Into Space.”

1911 – Val Guest, writer/producer/director whose films included “The Quatermass Experiment,” “The Abominable Snowman” and “The Day the Earth Caught Fire.”

1902 – Reginald Le Borg, directed the films “The Black Sleep,” “The Mummy’s Ghost” and “Voodoo Island.”

1874 – Paul Wegener, starred in “The Golem,” “The Student of Prague,” “A Daughter of Destiny, “The Magician,” “The Living Dead” and more.


2020 – Carlos Calvo, appeared in the TV Series “Dracula.”

2012 – Charles Young, appeared in “Grizzly II: Revenge” and an episode of the series “Freddy’s Nightmares.”

2007 – Ashleigh Aston Moore, starred in “The Grave.”

2002 – Charles Gunning, appeared in “The Haunting [1999]” “Horror Hayride,” “Caged Fear,” “Scary Movie” and more.

2000 – Don Devlin, appeared in “Anatomy of a Psycho” and “Blood of Dracula”.

1984 – George Waggner, directed “The Wolf Man,” “Man Made Monster,” “Horror Island” and more.


Nightmare City [1980] – Italy
Dawn of the Mummy [1981]
The Dentist II [1998]
Bikini Bloodbath [2006]
Hack! [2007]

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