Thursday, May 21, 2015

Superman 1980s-1990s Movies Where are They Now 1 Superman (1978)



This is the first in a series of four posts covering the 1970s-1980s Superman Movie run. Info derived from imdb. Only credited cast and uncredited cast playing named characters noted. Only roles 2012-on noted by name.

Marlon Brando (Jor-El): died in 2004.
Gene Hackman (Lex Luthor): last known acting role in 2004; as Self: Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story (2013).
Christopher Reeve (Superman): died in 2004.
Ned Beatty (Otis): in Baggage Claim (2013), Teddy Bears (2013), Go On (1 episode 2013); as Self: Piers Morgan's Life Stories 1 episode 2012), Casting By (2012), Deliverance: The Cast Looks Back (2012).
Jackie Cooper (Perry White): died in 2011.
Glenn Ford (Pa Kent): died in 2006.
Trevor Howard (1st Elder): died in 1988.
Margot Kidder (Lois Lane): in No Deposit (2015), R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour (1 episode 2014), The Dependables (2014), The Big Fat Stone (2014), Real Gangsters (2013), Matt's Chance (2013), HENRi (2012), 3 of a Kind (2012); as Self: Defining Moment (unknown episodes 2013), George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (2 episodes 2012), Idaho Media Showcase (1 episode 2012); as Self, post-production: How 2 Make a Film: Billion $ Weekend (2015).
Jack O'Halloran (Non): last known acting role in 2011 but Abduct (2015) in post-production; Fallen Eagle: Broken Wings (nd), Liberty (2015), Dark Ascension (2015), China Spy (2016), Kickback (2016) Dark Ascension II: The Journey to Hell (2017) in pre-production; Requiem for the Ripper (2016) in production; as Self: Contrast of Evil (2013); as Self, completed: Embargo (2015).
Valerie Perrine (Eve Teschmacher): last known acting role in 2011 but Silver Skies (2014) in post-production.
Maria Schell (Vond-Ah): died in 2005.
Terence Stamp (General Zod): in Big Eyes (2014), The Art of the Steal (2013), One Square Mile: London (2012), Song for Marion (2012); Harvest (2015) in post-production; Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiars (2016) filming; as Self: Lambert & Stamp (2014), George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (1 episode 2013), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2013), Charlie Rose (1 episode 2013), This Morning (1 episode 2013).
Phyllis Thaxter (Ma Kent): died in 2012.
Susannah York (Lara): died in 2011.
Jeff East (Young Clark Kent): last known acting role in 2010 but Terminal (2015) in post-production.
Marc McClure (Jimmy Olsen): in Santa's Dog (2012), Imaginary Friend (2012), Just an American (2012); Zero: Dawn of the Darklighters (nd) announced.
Sarah Douglas (Ursa): in Green Lantern: The Animated Series (4 episodes 2012-2013), Strippers vs Werewolves (2012); Displacement (2015) in post-production; as Self: Geek Crash Course (1 episode 2012).
Harry Andrews (2nd Elder): died in 1989.
Vass Anderson (3rd Elder): in The Casual Vacancy (2 episodes 2015), Katherine of Alexandria (2014), New Tricks (1 episode 2013), Quartet (2012), Eldorado (2012); GrindHouse 2wo (nd), When the Devil Rides Out (2015) in post-production.
John Hollis (4th Elder): died in 2005.
James Garbutt (5th Elder): last known acting role in 2002, as Self in 2006.
Michael Gover (6th Elder): died in 1987.
David Neal (7th Elder): died in 2000.
William Russell (8th Elder): in An Adventure in Space and Time (2013), Doctor Who: Planet of Giants (2012); as Self: Doctor Who Explained (2013), Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty (2013), William Hartnell: The Original (2013), Doctor Who: The Doctors Revisited (1 episode 2013), Rediscovering 'The Urge to Live' (2012), Don't Lose Your Head (2012)
Penelope Lee (9th Elder): last known acting role in 1989.
John Stuart (10th Elder): died in 1979.
Alan Cullen (11th Elder): last known acting role in 1982.
Lee Quigley (Baby Kal-El): died in 1991.
Aaron Smolinski (Baby Clark Kent): in Man of Steel (2013); Astronomy Walkers (2018) filming; A Life Lived (2016) in pre-production.
Diane Sherry Case (Lana Lang): last known acting role in 1989, as Director in 2005.
Jeff Atcheson (Coach): no other known acting roles.
Brad Flock (Brad): no other known acting roles.
David Petrou (Team Manager): no other known acting roles.
Billy J. Mitchell (1st Editor): last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2006.
Robert Henderson (2nd Editor): died in 1985.
Larry Lamb (1st Reporter): in Rose, Mary and Time (2014), Love & Marriage (6 episodes 2013); Verona (2013), Beachcomber (2014), The Briny (2015) completed; Meet Pursuit Delange: The Movie (2015) ion post-production.
James Brockington (2nd Reporter): last known acting role in 1980.
John Cassady (3rd Reporter): last known acting role in 1996.
John F. Parker (4th Reporter): last known acting role in 2009.
Antony Scott (5th Reporter): died in 1983.
Ray Evans (6th Reporter): no known subsequent acting roles, as Gaffer and as Halo Crane in 1981.
Sue Shifrin (7th Reporter): last known acting role in 1993, then this film before that.
Miquel Brown (8th Reporter): last known acting role in 2010 but Iced: A Quick Freeze (2013) completed; Genius (2015) in post-production; as Self in 2011.
Vincent Marzello (1st Copy Boy): in Bob the Builder (9 episodes 2012).
Benjamin Feitelson (2nd Copy Boy): in Victory's Short (2014; also Associate Producer/Translator/Co-Director), l'Aube (2013; also Co-Producer/Additional Dialogue), Section de recherches (1 episode 2013), La Distrazione (2013), L'art des Thanatier (2012); Neon Angel (nd) in post-production.
Lise Hilboldt (1st Secretary): last known acting role in 2009.
Leueen Willoughby (2nd Secretary): last known acting role in 1984.
Jill Ingham (Perry's Secretary): no other known acting roles.
Pieter Stuyck (Window Cleaner): no other known acting roles.
Rex Reed (Rex Reed): last known acting role in 1995; as Self: Tab Hunter Confidential (2015), Great Broadway Musical Moments from the Ed Sullivan Show (2015); as Self, post-production: The Needs of Kim Stanley (nd); as Self, filming: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
Weston Gavin (Mugger): in Pudsey the Dog: The Movie (2014), Set Fire to the Stars (2014), Love Matters (1 episode 2013); Sins of a Father (2014) completed.
Steve Kahan (Officer 1): last known acting role in 2006.
Ray Hassett (Officer 2): last known acting role in 1984.
Randy Jurgensen (Officer 3): last known acting role in 2001; as Self: A Night at the Movies: Cops & Robbers and Crime Writers (2013).
Matt Russo (News Vendor): last known acting role in 1982.
Colin Skeaping (Pilot): last known acting role in 2009; as Stunt Coordinator: Midsomer Murders (3 episodes 2012).
Bo Rucker (Pimp): last known acting role in 2005.
Paul Avery (TV Cameraman): last known acting role in 1988.
David Baxt (Burglar): last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2005.
George Harris II (Patrolman Mooney): died in 2005.
Michael Harrigan (1st Hood): no known subsequent acting roles.
John Cording (2nd Hood): in Da Vinci's Demons (4 episodes 2013).
Raymond Thompson (3rd Hood): last known acting role in 1981.
Oz Clarke (4th Hood): last known acting role in 1997; as Self: Timeshift (1 episode 2015), Toy Stories (1 episode 2014), Let's Do Christmas with Gino & Mel (1 episodes 2012-2013), James May's Man Lab (1 episode 2013).
Rex Everhart (Desk Sergeant): died in 2000.
Jayne Tottman (Little Girl): last known acting role in 1992.
Frank Lazarus (Air Force One Pilot): last known acting role in 1998.
Brian Protheroe (Co Pilot): in Whitechapel (2 episodes 2013), Casualty (2 episodes 2013), Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate (2013 video game), Hunted (1 episode 2012), The Hindsight Bias (2012); as Self: First Dates (9 episodes 2015), Questioning Darwin (2014).
Lawrence Trimble (1st Crewman): last known acting role in 1986.
Robert Whelan (2nd Crewman): in Doctors (1 episode 2014).
David Calder (3rd Crewman): in Queen of the Desert (2015), Cuckoo (2 episodes 2014), Houdini (1 episode 2014), Casualty (1 episode 2014), Utopia (1 episode 2014), DCI Banks (2 episodes 2014), Father Brown (1 episode 2014), Trolled (1 episode 2013), The Wrong Mans (4 episodes 2013), Rush (2013), Mr Selfridge (1 episode 2013), Edward VIII: The Plot to Topple a King (2013), Lewis (1 episode 2012), Titanic (4 episodes 2012); Mayday (2015) completed; The Lady in the Van (2015) in post-production; as Self: Loose Women (1 episode 2012).
Norwich Duff (Newscaster): last known acting role in 2008 and 1993 before that.
Keith Alexander (Newscaster): last known acting role in 1981.
Michael Ensign (Newscaster): in Love by the Book (2014), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1 episode 2014), The Five-Year Engagement (2012), Cupid, Inc. (2012); as Self, post-production: Cleanin' Up the Town: Remembering Ghostbusters (2015).
Larry Hagman (Major): died in 2012; in Dallas (17 episodes 2012-2013); as Self: Göttliche Lage - Eine Stadt erfindet sich neu (2014), The '80s: The Decade That Made Us (5 episodes 2013), Dallas Roundup Aftershow (unknown episodes 2012), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2012), Larry King Now (1 episode 2012), Gomorron (1 episode 2012), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2012), Piers Morgan Tonight (1 episode 2012), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2012), 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2012); as Self, post-production: The Starck Project (2015).
Paul Tuerpe (Sgt. Hayley): last known acting role in 2007; as ADR Loop Group: A Christmas Story 2 (2012).
Graham McPherson (Lieutenant): last known acting role in 1999.
David Yorston (Petty Officer): no known subsequent acting roles.
Robert O'Neill (Admiral): last known acting role in 2005.
Robert MacLeod (General): died in 2004.
John Ratzenberger (1st Controller): in Russell Madness (2015), The McCarthys (1 episode 2015), Santa Con (2014), How Murray Saved Christmas (2014), A Christmas Mystery (2014), The Simpsons (1 episode 2014), Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014), Convos with My 2-Year Old (1 episode 2014), Drop Dead Diva (3 episodes 2012-2014), Legit (10 episodes 2013-2014), The Ten: Take (2014), In the Name of God (2013), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (1 episode 2013), Bones (1 episode 2013), Disney Infinity (2013 video game), Super Buddies (2013), Planes (2013), Monsters University (2013), Matchmaker Santa (2012), Partysaurus Rex (2012), Brave (2012), The Woodcarver (2012), Local Commercial (2012) , Kinect Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure - Snapshot (2012 video game); Shifting Gears (2015) in post-production; as Self: Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2015), Cavuto on Business (3 episodes 2012-2014), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Season 14: Guest Who's Coming to Visit? (2014), Home & Family (2 episodes 2012-2013), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2013), Your World w/ Neil Cavuto (1 episode 2013).
Alan Tilvern (2nd Controller): died in 2003.
Phil Brown (State Senator): died in 2006.
Bill Bailey (2nd Senator): last known acting role in 2002.
Burnell Tucker (Agent): in Doctor Who (1 episode 2012).
Chief Tug Smith (Indian Chief): last known acting role in 1980.
Norman Warwick (Superchief Driver): last known acting role in 1989.
Chuck Julian (Assistant): last known acting role in 2000.
Colin Etherington (Power Co. Driver): no known subsequent acting roles.
Mark Wynter (Mate): last known acting role in 1987.
Roy Stevens (Warden): died in 2009.
Kirk Alyn (General Sam Lane – uncredited): died in 1999.
Noel Neill (Ella Lane – uncredited): last known acting role in 2006 but Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel (nd) filming; as Self, post-production: Near Myth: The Oskar Knight Story (2015).

Star Wars Original Run Where are They Now 4 Star Wars Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)



This is the fourth in a series of four (not three) posts covering the 1970s-1980s Star Wars Movie run. Info derived from imdb. Only credited cast and uncredited cast playing named characters (original edition) noted. Only roles 2012-on noted by name.

Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker): in Miles from Tomorrowland (2 episodes 2015), Ultimate Spider-Man (3 episodes 2012-2015), The Flash (1 episode 2015), Regular Show (116 episodes 2010-2015), Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness (2015), Transformers: Rescue Bots (3 episodes 2014-2015), Minkow (2015), Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas (2014), Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014), Jake and the Never Land Pirates (1 episode 2014), Ben 10: Omniverse (4 episodes 2014), Gravity Falls (1 episode 2014), Turbo FAST (4 episodes 2013-2014), Adventure Time with Finn & Jake (1 episode 2014), Star Wars: The Clone Wars 91 episode 2014), Dragons: Riders of Berk (13 episodes 2012-2014), Tasty Time with ZeFronk 93 episodes 2013), Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem - A Klok Opera (2013), Brickleberry (1 episode 2013), Criminal Minds (2 episodes 2013), The Neighbors (1 episode 2013), Virtually Heroes (2013), Motorcity (12 episodes 2012-2013), Exchange Student Zero (2012), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2012), Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2 episodes 2012), Sushi Girl (2012), Metalocalypse (12 episodes 2012), Hero Factory (1 episode 2012), Generator Rex (1 episode 2012), Back to the Sea (2012), Cartoon Network 20th Anniversary (2012), Airborne (2012); The Halloween Pranksta (2014), Minkow (2014), Relatively Super (2015), Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; as Producer: The Halloween Pranksta (2014); as Self: The Colbert Report (1 episode 2014), I Know that Voice (2013), Finnigan's War (2013), Criminal Minds: Season 8 - The Profiler's Handbook: Obsessive Imitation (2013), A Fuller Life (2013), Words with Warwick (1 episode 2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2013), Go Far: The Christopher Rush Story (2013), Indie Cinema Showcase (1 episode 2012), unCONventional (1 episode 2012), G4 Presents Comic Con 2012 Live (2012).
Harrison Ford (Han Solo): in The Age of Adaline (2015), The Expendables 3 (2014), Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013), Ender's Game (2013), The Fugitive: Thrill of the Chase (2013),
Paranoia (2013), 42 (2013); Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; Untitled Blade Runner Project (nd) in pre-production; as Self: Living in the Age of Airplanes (2015), 72nd Golden Globe Awards (2015), Flying the Feathered Edge: The Bob Hoover Project (2014), Cinema 3 (1 episode 2014), Le grand journal de Canal+ (1 episode 2014), Years of Living Dangerously (2 episodes 2014), Dalai Lama Awakening (2014), The Oscars (2014), David Blaine: Real or Magic (2013), Días de cine (1 episode 2013), Made in Hollywood (3 episodes 2013), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2013), Late Show with David Letterman (2 episodes 2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2013), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2013), Wetten, dass..? (1 episode 2013), Conan (1 episode 2013), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2013), Good Morning America (2 episodes 2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2013), Tavis Smiley (2 episodes 2013), Drew: The Man Behind the Poster (2013), 11th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards (2013), Charlie Rose (1 episode 2013), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (1 episode 2013), Larry King Now (1 episode 2013), The Morning Show (1 episode 2013), Studio 42 with Bob Costas (1 episode 2013), Weekend Ticket (1 episode 2013), Milius (2013), The BAFTA Britannia Awards (2012), Close Up (2012), Face to Face with 'Weird Al' Yankovic (1 episode 2012), The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2012).
Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia Organa): in Catastrophe (2 episodes 2015), Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (1 episode 2014), Maps to the Stars (2014), Legit (1 episode 2014), Family Guy (6 episodes 2013-2014), The Big Bang Theory (1 episode 2014), It's Christmas, Carol! (2012), Dishonored (2012 video game); Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; as Self: 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2015), QI (1 episode 2014), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (4 episodes 2012-2014), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2014), Words with Warwick (1 episode 2013), The 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (2013), The Talk (1 episode 2012), Indie Cinema Showcase (1 episode 2012), Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne (2012), Spoilers with Kevin Smith (1 episode 2012), Today (1 episode 2012).
Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian): in Star Wars Rebels (2 episodes 2015), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2014), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2 episodes 2012-2014), Glee (1 episode 2014), Baggage Battles (1 episode 2014), Blood Lines (2014), The Rebels (1 episode 2014), The Lego Movie (2014), Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles - Attack of the Jedi (2013), Star Wars Cantina Karaoke (2013), Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles - The Phantom Clone (2013), Modern Family (1 episode 2013), This Bitter Earth (2012), Mad (1 episode 2012), The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange (1 episode 2012); Never Cool (2015) completed; Star Wars: Detours (unknown episodes 2015), The Man in 3B (2015) in post-production; as Self: Comic Book Men (1 episode 2015), Dancing with the Stars (9 episodes 2014), The Arsenio Hall Show (1 episode 2014), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2014), Inside Edition (1 episode 2014), Dish Nation (1 episode 2014), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2014), King of the Nerds (1 episode 2014), Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy (1 episode 2013), FOX News First (1 episode 2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2 episodes 2012-2013), My Uncle Hector (2013), Key and Peele (1 episode 2012), Celebrity Ghost Stories (1 episode 2012), Kiss and Tell: The History of Black Romance in Movie (2012), The Life & Times of Tim (1 episode 2012).
Anthony Daniels (C-3PO): in The New Yoda Chronicles: Clash of the Skywalkers (2014), Star Wars Rebels (1 episode 2014), The New Yoda Chronicles: Raid on Coruscant (2014), The New Yoda Chronicles: Race for the Holocrons (2014), The New Yoda Chronicles: Escape from the Jedi Temple (2014), The Lego Movie (2014), Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles - Attack of the Jedi (2013), Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles - Menace of the Sith (2013), Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles - The Phantom Clone (2013), Dirigible Days (5 episodes 2012-2013, 4 as Producer), Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out (2012); Star Wars: Detours (unknown episodes 2012), Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; Star Wars: Underworld (unknown episodes nd) in production; as Executive Producer: Dirigible Days (4 episodes 2012-2013); as Self: Calgary Expo 2014 (2014), Words with Warwick (1 episode 2013), Cosplaygirl (2012); as Self, pre-production: The Real History of Science Fiction (2 episodes 2014).
Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca): in Killer Ink (2014), Breaking In (1 episode 2012); Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; as Self: Heroes of Cosplay (1 episode 2013), Chronicles of Comic Con (1 episode 2013), Indie Cinema Showcase (1 episode 2012), Nerdist: Course of the Force (1 episode 2012), Attack of the Show! (1 episode 2012); as Self, post-production: Standing in the Stars: The Peter Mayhew Story (2014).
Sebastian Shaw (Anakin Skywalker): died in 1994.
Ian McDiarmid (The Emperor): in Utopia (5 episodes 2014), 37 Days (3 episodes 2014); as Self: Words with Warwick (1 episode 2013).
Frank Oz (Yoda): in Star Wars Rebels (1 episode 2015), Sesame Street (5 episodes 2012-2014); as Director, pre-production: Winter's Discontent (nd); as Self: I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story (2014), The Colbert Report (1 episode 2012).
James Earle Jones (Darth Vader – voice): in Star Wars Rebels (2 episodes 2014-2015), The Angriest Man in Brooklyn (2014), The Big Bang Theory (1 episode 2014), Gimme Shelter (2013); Agent X (unknown episodes 2015) filming; Starbright (2016) in pre-production; as Self: Today (2014), Muse of Fire (2013), North Pole Promise (2013), Milius (2013), An Amazing Time: A Conversation About End of the Road (2012), The 66th Annual Tony Awards (2012), The 78th Annual Drama League Awards (2012), CBS News Sunday Morning (1 episode 2012), The 84th Annual Academy Awards (2012); as self, filming: Broadway: The Next Generation (2016).
David Prowse (Darth Vader – body): last known acting role in 2010 but GirlForce (2016) in pre-production; as Co-Producer, completed: Rollen är min (2012); as Self: From Borehamwood to Hollywood: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Elstree (2014); as Self: completed: I Am Your Father (2015); as Self, post-production: Standing in the Stars: The Peter Mayhew Story (2015), Elstree 1976 (2015).
Alec Guinness (Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi): died in 2000.
Kenny Baker (R2D2/Paploo): in One Night at the Aristo (2013); When the Devil Rides Out (2015), Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; as Self: Sky Midnight News (1 episode 2013); as Self, completed: I Am Your Father (2015); as Self, pre-production: The Real History of Science Fiction (2 episodes 2014).
Michael Pennington (Moff Jerjerrod): in Royal Shakespeare Company: Richard II (2013), The Escape Artist (1 episode 2013); as Self: Great Scientists in Their Own Words: The Code of Life (2013).
Kenneth Colley (Admiral Piett): in Star Wars: Force of Evil (2015), Misfits (1 episode 2013), Scar Tissue (2013), Vera (1 episode 2013), Lego Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Out (2012).
Michael Carter (Bib Fortuna): in Hunter (1 episode 2012).
Denis Lawson (Wedge): in New Tricks (30 episodes 2012-2015), Inside No. 9 (1 episode 2014), The Machine (2013), The Wee Man (2013), Parade's End (2 episode 2012), Them from That Thing (1 episode 2012), Broken (2012); as Self: Sunday Brunch (1 episode 2014), This Morning (1 episode 2014), Timeshift (1 episode 2012), Perfect Sense: Pure Perfection - Making Perfect Sense (2012).
Tim Rose (Admiral Ackbar): in Wizards vs. Aliens (26 episodes 2012-2013, 12 2012 as Puppet Maker); as Special Effects, various: Doctor Who (1 episode 2014), Muppets Most Wanted (2014), Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 (2013).
Dermot Crowley (General Madine): in Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie (2014), Father Figure (6 episodes 2013), Luther (4 episodes 2013), Here (2013), The Best Offer (2013), Hunted (2 episodes 2012), Raw (6 episodes 2012); The Lady in the Van (2015) in post-production.
Caroline Blakiston (Mon Mothma): in Poldark (8 episodes 2015), Father Brown (1 episode 2014), Round and Round the Garden (2013), Agatha Christie's Poirot (1 episode 2013), Holby City (1 episode 2012).
Warwick Davis (Wicket): Text Santa 2014 (2014), Get Santa (2014), Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts (2014), Bookaboo (1 episode 2013), Saint Bernard (2013), Dwarves Assemble (7 episodes 2013, 8 as Writer/Producer/Director, 5 as Editor, 3 as Audio Mixer, 1 as Sound Designer), The Day They Came to Suck Out Our Brains! (3 episodes 2013), Doctor Who (1 episode 2013), Life's Too Short (1 episode 2013; also Writer), 12 Again (1 episode 2013, 1 as Self), Jack the Giant Slayer (2013), The Unbroken (2012); Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) in post-production; ShortFellas (nd) in pre-production; as Self: Celebrity Squares (10 episodes 2014-2015), Alan Carr: Chatty Man (2 episodes 2014-2015), Room 101 (1 episode 2015), Modern Times (1 episode 2015), Mel & Sue (1 episode 2015), The Big Fat Anniversary Quiz (2015), You've Got to Love Christmas (2014), Oxford Street Revealed (1 episode 2014), Let's Do Christmas with Gino & Mel (1 episode 2014), Through the Keyhole (1 episode 2014), Come on Down! The Game Show Story (1 episode 2014), Monty Python Live (Mostly) (2014), DNN (1 episode 2014), Loose Women (3 episodes 2013-2014), Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis (unknown episodes 2014), This Week (1 episode 2014), Sunday Brunch (2 episodes 2013-2014), This Morning (3 episodes 2012-2014), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (2 episodes 2013), Staying in with Greg and Russell (1 episode 2013), Words with Warwick (8 episodes 2013), Ashens and the Quest for the Gamechild (2013), Top Gear (1 episode 2013), Would I Lie to You? (1 episode 2013), Have I Got News for You (1 episode 2013), The Jonathan Ross Show (1 episode 2013), Perspectives (1 episode 2013), The Big Fat Quiz of the Year (2012), An Idiot Abroad (4 episodes 2012), All Star Mr & Mrs (1 episode 2012), Britain's Got More Talent (1 episode 2012), Janela Indiscreta (2 episodes 2012), Troldspejlet (1 episode 2012), Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter (2012), Daybreak (1 episode 2012), Hot Spots 2012 (2012).
Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett): in Mallard 4D (2013), Night Traveler (2013); as Self: Words with Warwick (1 episode 2013), The Force Within Us (2013), Russell Howard's Good News (1 episode 2012); as Self, completed: I Am Your Father (2015); as Self, post-production: Elstree 1976 (2015).
Femi Taylor (Oola): last known acting role in 1998, as Self in 1998.
Annie Arbogast (Sy Snootles): no other known acting roles.
Claire Davenport (Fat Dancer): died in 2002.
Jack Purvis (Teebo): died in 1997.
Mike Edmonds (Logray): last known acting role in 2009.
Jane Busby (Chief Chirpa): last known acting role in 1988.
Malcolm Dixon (Ewok Warrior): last known acting role in 1997.
Mike Cottrell (Ewok Warrior): no known subsequent acting roles.
Nicki Reade (Nicki): no other known acting roles.
Adam Bareham (Stardestroyer Controller #1): last known acting role in 2007.
Jonathan Oliver (Stardestroyer Controller #2): in 4+ Nutrition (2013), Kenneth (2012).
Pip Miller (Stardestroyer Captain #1): in Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (1 episode 2015), Gallipoli (1 episode 2015), Devil's Playground (2 episodes 2014), A Place to Call Home (1 episode 2014), The Moodys (1 episode 2014), The Outlaw Michael Howe (2013), Devil’s Dust (2 episodes 2012), Wish You Were Here (2012).
Tom Mannion (Stardestroyer Captain #2): in Emmerdale Farm (79 episodes 2012-2013), The Secret World (2012 video game), Inside Men (3 episodes 2012).
Margo Apostolos (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Ray Armstrong (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Eileen Baker (Ewok): died in 1993.
Michael Henbury Ballan (Ewok): last known acting role in 1986, as Self in 2009.
Bobby Bell (Ewok): last known acting role in 2000.
Patty Bell (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Alan Bennett (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Sarah Bennett (Ewok): in Wolf Hall (1 episode 2015), Life's Too Short (1 episode 2015); Cute Little Buggers (2015) in post-production.
Pamela Betts (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Danny Blackner (Ewok): last known acting role in 2005.
Linda Bowley (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Peter Burroughs (Ewok): last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2007.
Debbie Lee Carrington (Ewok): in See Dad Run (1 episode 2012), The New Normal (1 episode 2012); as Stunt Double: Curse of Chucky (2013); as Self: 30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story (2015).
Maureen Charlton (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Willie Coppen Blackner (Ewok): last known acting role in 1988? (later role not dated).
Sadie Corre (Ewok): died in 2009.
Tony Cox (Ewok): in Strange Magic (2015), Almost Human (1 episode 2014), The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards (2014), White T (2013), Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), A Fairly Odd Christmas (2012), Partysaurus Rex (2012), Guns, Girls and Gambling (2012); Miss Famous (2015) in post-production; as Self, post-production: The Hollywood Shorties (2015).
John Cumming (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Jean D'Agostino (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Luis De Jesus (Ewok): died in 1988.
Debbie Dixon (Ewok): last known acting role in 1998 and this film before that.
Margarita Fernández (Ewok): last known acting role in 1992, also Stunts.
Phil Fondacaro (Ewok): in DevilDolls (2012).
Sal Fondacaro (Ewok): in Tmeless (2013); last previous known acting role in 1986.
Tony Friel (Ewok): last known acting role in 1986.
Daniel Frishman (Ewok): last known acting role in 1989.
John Ghavan (Ewok): died in 2006.
Michael Gilden (Ewok): died in 2006.
Paul Grant (Ewok): last known acting role in 2001 and 1987 before that, as Producer in 2004.
Lydia Green (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles but She and I (2015; also Writer/Producer) in post-production; as Archive Photographs/Self, post-production: The Hollywood Shorties (2015).
Lars Green (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Pam Grizz (Ewok): last known acting role in 1985.
Andrew Herd (Ewok): last known acting role in 2011 and 1986 before that.
J.J. Jackson (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Richard Jones (Ewok): died in 2009.
Trevor Jones (Ewok): last known acting role in 2003 and 1991 before that.
Glynn Jones (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Karen Lay (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
John Lummiss (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Nancy MacLean (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Peter Mandell (Ewok): last known acting role in 2000.
Carole Morris (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Stacie Nichols (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Chris Nunn (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Barbara O'Laughlin (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Brian Orenstein (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Harrell Parker Jr. (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
John Pedrick (Ewok): died in 2006.
April Perkins (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Ronnie Phillips (Ewok): died in 2007.
Katie Purvis (Ewok): last known acting role in 2003 and 1989 before that.
Carol Read (Ewok): died in 2004
Nicholas Read (Ewok): last known acting role in 2001 and 1989 before that.
Diana Reynolds (Ewok): no other known acting roles, as Wardrobe in 1988, as Costume Designer in 1990.
Daniel Rodgers (Ewok): in Tiki-Umphra (2012).
Chris Romano (Ewok): in The Lego Movie (2014); last previous known acting role in 1984.
Dean Shackelford (Ewok): last known acting role in 1985.
Kiran Shah (Ewok): in Doctor Who (1 episode 2014), The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012; also Stunt Performer/Scale Double), The Sounds of the Crickets (2012), A Fantastic Fear of Everything (2012); as Stunt Performer/Scale Double: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014), The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013); as Self, post-production: The Throbbit (2015).
Felix Silla (Ewok): last known acting role in 1996; as Self: Toy Hunter (1 episode 2013).
Linda Spriggs (Ewok): last known acting role in 1986.
Gerald Staddon (Ewok): last known acting role in 2002.
Josephine Staddon (Ewok): no other known acting roles.
Kevin Thompson (Ewok): in Fallen Cards (unknown episodes 2015), Four Foot Gangsters (unknown episodes 2015), Back in the Game (1 episode 2013), The Neighbors (1 episode 2013), NTSF:SD:SUV (1 episode 2013), The Congress (2013), Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), JENNi20 Countdown (1 episode 2013), Victorious (1 episode 2013), Professor Creepy's Scream Party (2013), Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas (2012), Clued-Less (5 episodes 2012); Revival! (2015) filming; as Stunt Double: Mirror Mirror (2012); as Self: 2012 MTV Movie Awards (2012); as Self, post-production: The Hollywood Shorties (2015); as Self, filming: 30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story (2015).
Kendra Wall (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Brian Wheeler (Ewok): in De Biker Boys (2 episodes 2015), Ways of Seeing (2014), Wacky Races (2013); as Self: Ckds at the Cons: Chippenham 2014 (2014).
Butch Wilhelm (Ewok): no known subsequent acting roles.
Hazel Allen (Yoxgit - Jabba's Ugnaught Gang Member – uncredited): no other known acting roles.
Peter Allen (Geezum - Member of Jabba's Gang  – uncredited): died in 1992.
Franki Anderson (Buboicullaar - Jabba's Frog-Dog Bodyguard – uncredited): no other known acting roles.
Glyn Baker (Lieutenant Endicott - Imperial Officer – uncredited): last known acting role in 1988.
Erik Bauersfeld (Bib Fortuna / Admiral Ackbar – uncredited): last known acting role in 2001.
Dickey Beer (Barada / Stormtrooper / Biker Scout – uncredited): last known acting role in 1995; as Stunts, various: Admiral (2015), Horrible Bosses 2 (2014), Need for Speed (2014), A Perfect Man (2013), Bad Words (2013), Welcome to the Punch (2013), Seven Psychopaths (2012), The Bourne Legacy (2012); as Stunt Coordinator, post-production: The Condemned 2: Desert Prey (2015).
Ailsa Berk (Amanaman - Jabba's Bounty Hunter – uncredited): last known acting role in 2007; as Choreographer: Da Vinci's Demons (5 episodes 2013-2014), Doctor Who (1 episode 2013); as Movement Director: BBC Proms (1 episode 2013).
Richard Bonehill (Stormtrooper / Nien Nunb / Mon Calamari / Ree Yees / Mosep / Z-Winged Pilot / Tie Pilot – uncredited): died in 2015; in Journals of Erwich (2013).
Paul Brooke (Malakili - Rancor Keeper – uncredited): last known acting role in 2009.
Morris Bush (Dengar – uncredited): died in 1995.
Trevor Butterfield (Lieutenant Blount - Rebel Soldier – uncredited): no other known acting roles; as Special Effects, various: Man Up (2015), Wolf Hall (2 episodes 2015), Prometheus (2012).
David Church (Lieutenant Judder Page – Rebel Soldier uncredited): last known acting role in 2004 but Cuffs & Shield (2015) in post-production; as Stand-In in 2007/
Sean Crawford (Saelt 'Yak Face' Marae -Member of Jabba's Gang/Mon Calamari Officer – uncredited): no known subsequent acting roles.
Andy Cunningham (Ephant Mon - Jabba's Head of Security – uncredited): no other known acting roles.
Denny Delk (Wicket Wystri Warrick - The Ewok – uncredited): last known acting role in 2011 video game, non-video game in 1997.
Mark Dodson (Salacious Crumb – uncredited): in Legend of the Superstition Mountains (6 episodes 2015, Bow Madness (7 episodes 2012-2014), Atlantis: The Last Days of Kaptara (2013),
Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device (2012 video game), Natural Born Killers (12 episodes 2012).
Tim Dry (J'Quille - Jabba's Bounty Hunter/Tanus Spijek - Jabba's Informant – uncredited): last known acting role in 2011 but Pier Pressure (2014), Le Accelerator (2015) in post-production.
Ernie Fosselius (Malakili - Rancor Keeper/Giran – voice – uncredited): last known acting role in 1999 video game, 1991 non-video game; as Director: Cinema Insomnia with Mr. Lobo (1 episode 2012); as Self: Art Gods (2013), The Cliff House & Sutro Heights (2013), Backyard Blockbusters (2012).
David Gonzales (Ak-Rev - Drummer & Percussionist of The Max Rebo Band – uncredited): last known acting role in 1993, as Key Grip in 2007.
Gordon Hann (Captain Yutani - Rebel Soldier – uncredited): last known acting role in 1987, as Writer in 1998.
Alan Harris (Bossk - The Bounty Hunter – uncredited): last known acting role in 1987, as Double in 1999.
Mike Havord (Colonel Jendon - Imperial Co-Pilot of ST321 – uncredited): no other known acting roles.
Lynne Hazelden (Karie Neth - Y Wing Pilot, Grey Squadron – uncredited): died in 2013.
Philip Herbert (Hermi Odle - Jabba's 2nd Servant – uncredited): in Mob Handed (2016), Forbidden History (6 episodes 2014), The Spa (2 episodes 2013), Tortoise in Love (2012); Delivery (2012), The Hedgehog (2013), Common Era (2014) completed.
Barrie Holland (Lt. Renz - 'Rebel Scum' Officer in Bunker – uncredited): last known acting role in 1991.
Gerald Home (Tessek / Mon Calamari Officer – uncredited): in Where I Belong (2014).
Jasper Jacob (Captain Yorr - Imperial Pilot of ST321 – uncredited): in Call the Midwife (1 episode 2015), New Tricks (1 episode 2014), The Honourable Woman (1 episode 2014), The Escape Artist (1 episode 2013), Holby City (1 episode 2012).
Paul Klein (BG-J38 - Jabba's Robot Servant – uncredited): no known subsequent acting roles.
Eiji Kusuhara (Lieutenant Telsij - Grey Squadron – uncredited): died in 2010.
Anthony Lang (Sim Aloo - Emperor Palpatine's Advisor – uncredited): died in 1992.
Arnold Lee (Rayc Ryjerd - Jabba's Smuggler – uncredited): in Film Lab Presents (1 episode 2015); last previous known acting role in 1990.
Julius LeFlore (Skiff Master / Yotts Orren / Stormtrooper / Biker Scout – uncredited): last known acting role in 2003; as Stunt Coordinator: Megachurch Murder (2015), Black Jesus (1 episode 2014), The Canyons (2013), Hirokin (2012), 3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom (2012); as Stunt Coordinator, completed: The List (2015); as Stunt Coordinator, pre-production: A Girl and a Gun (2016).
Swee Lim (Hoover – uncredited): no known subsequent acting roles, as Puppeteer in 1985.
Richard Marquand (Maj. Marquand - AT-ST Driver/EV-9D9 – uncredited): died in 1987.
Hilton McRae (Arvel Crynyd – uncredited): in Far from the Madding Crowd (2015), Playhouse Presents (1 episode 2014), National Theatre Live: Timon of Athens (2012), New Tricks (1 episode 2012), Nora (2012); Macbeth (2015) completed.
Billy J. Mitchell (Keir Santage (Red Seven) – uncredited): last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2006.
Amanda Noar (Jess - Female Musician flirting with Bib Fortuna – uncredited): last known acting role in 1999.
Jack Orris (Kin Jian - Gunner Grey Leader – uncredited): no other known acting roles.
Quentin Pierre Myn Kyneugh - Emperor's Royal Guard – uncredited): only subsequent known acting role in 2005; as Personal Assistant/Assistant: Last Knights (2015), Dolphin Tale 2 (2014), Transcendence (2014), Last Vegas (2013), Now You See Me (2013), Oblivion (2013), Olympus Has Fallen (2013), The Dark Knight Rises (2012).
Mike Quinn (Nien Nunb / Ree-Yees / Sy Snootles / Yoda / Wol Cabbashite – uncredited): in Muppets Most Wanted (2014), Lady Gaga & the Muppets' Holiday Spectacular (2013), Glee (1 episode 2013), Good Luck Charlie (1 episode 2013), Shake It Up! (1 episode 2013); The Muppets (2015) completed; as Visual Effects Producer: Every Time I See You I Go Wild (2013).
Kipsang Rotich (Nien Nunb – uncredited): no other known acting roles.
Deep Roy (Droopy McCool – uncredited): in Mantervention (2014), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), Paranormal Movie (2013), Jewtholic (2013), Zambezia (2012), Wolfpack of Reseda (1 episode 2012); as Self: Through the Mind's Eye of Colleen Atwood (2013).
Peter Roy (Major Olander Brit – Rebel – uncredited): last known acting role in 2002 then 1984 before that.
Paul Springer (Ree Yees – uncredited): last known acting role in 1998 (also Writer).
Michael Stevens (Colonel Airen Cracken - Rebel Soldier on Millennium Falcon – uncredited): last known acting role in 1993.
Phil Tippett (Rancor - Jabba's Pet Monster – uncredited): no known subsequent acting roles; as Visual Effects Supervisor: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012); as Producer: Phil Tippett's MAD GOD: Part 2 (2015), Mad God: Part 1 (2014); as Executive Producer/Producer/Director/Animator: Phil Tippett's Madgod: Part 1 (2013); as Dinosaur Supervisor, completed: Jurassic World (2015); as Self: Bloodworks (1 episode 2014), The Real History of Science Fiction (3 episodes 2014), Ain't It Cool with Harry Knowles (1 episode 2012).
Marolyn Turk (Beedo - Jabba's Bounty Hunter – uncredited): only subsequent known acting role in 1999.
Larry Ward (Jabba the Hutt – voice – uncredited): died in 2007.
Robert Watts (Lt. Watts - AT-ST Driver – uncredited): last known acting role in 1991; as Executive Producer, post-production: Untitled Film on World Citizen # 1 Garry Davis (2015); as Self: The Greatest 80s Movies (2014), The Force Within Us (2013); as Self, completed: I Am Your Father (2015).
Pat Welsh (Boushh – uncredited): died in 1995.
Paul Weston (Vedain - Sand Skiff Pilot – uncredited): in Off Their Rockers (8 episodes 2014-2015); last previous known acting role in 1997; as Stunt Coordinator: The Security Men (2013), DCI Banks (5 episodes 2012); as Stunts: Skyfall (2012).
Corey Dee Williams (Klaatu – uncredited): no other known acting roles, as Associate Producer in 1990.
Simon J. Williamson (Max Rebo – uncredited): last known acting role in 1992.