Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Match Game 1973-82 Series Recurring Participants: Where are They Now?

LAST UPDATED: November 1, 2016. Info derived from the imdb (which inadvertently lists Loretta Swit twice, once as Swift). Only performers confirmed in 6+ episodes noted (a few 5+) (information on this series not complete). Only roles 2014-on noted by name. All listed were celebrities working with contestants unless noted. *=newly added names.

Gene Rayburn (Host): died in 1999.
Johnny Olson (Announcer): died in 1985.
Brett Somers: died in 2007.
Richard Dawson: died in 2012.
Charles Nelson Reilly: died in 2007.
Fannie Flagg: last known acting role in 1999, as Self in 2010.
Betty White: in Crowded (1 episode 2016), SpongeBob SquarePants (1 episode 2016), Bones (1 episode 2015), Fireside Chat with Esther (1 episode 2015), Hot in Cleveland (124 episodes 2010-2015, 1 2015 as Self), The Daly Show (1 episode 2014), The Soul Man (1 episode 2014); as Executive Producer: Betty White's Off Their Rockers (11 episodes 2014, 6 as Self); as Self: To Tell the Truth (4 episodes 2016), Valerie's Home Cooking (2 episodes 2015-2016), The Late Late Show with James Corden (3 episodes 2015-2016), All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration (2015), Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration (2015), Entertainment Tonight (6 episodes 2014-2015), Conan (3 episodes 2014-2015), Reality Television Awards (2015), 42nd Annual Daytime Emmys (2015), 2015 TV Land Awards (2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2015), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2015), Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Red Carpet Special (2015), Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special (2015), The Talk (2 episodes 2014-2015), Extra (3 episodes 2014-2015), The 41st Annual People's Choice Awards (2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (4 episodes 2014), Fox's Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular (2014), 17th Annual Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor: Jay Leno (2014), Inside Edition (2 episodes 2014), The Arsenio Hall Show (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Larry King Now (1 episode 2014), Steve Harvey (1 episode 2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1 episode 2014); as Self, completed: The Heller Awards (2015).
Gary Burghoff: last known acting role in 2010, as Self in 2010.
Patti Deutsch: last known acting role in 2013.
Joyce Bulifant: in Tooken (2015).
Elaine Joyce: last known acting role in 1996.
Ann Elder: last known acting role in 1972, as Writer in 1998, Producer in 1982, as Self in 1975.
Jo Ann Pflug: last known acting role in 1997.
Nipsey Russell: died in 2005.
Bert Convy: died in 1991.
Scoey Mitchell: last known acting role in 1988 (also Writer), as Director in 1990, as Producer in 1989.
Orson Bean: in Another Period (1 episode 2016), The Bold and the Beautiful (2 episodes 2016), Modern Family (1 episode 2015), Wake Up America! (2015), Dr. Quinn, Morphine Woman with Jane Seymour (2014), Mistresses (1 episode 2014); as Writer/Self: Safe at Home with Orson Bean (2016); as Self: National Bagel Day (2016).
Marcia Wallace: died in 2013; in Muffin Top: A Love Story (2014), The Simpsons (1 episode 2014).
Loretta Swit (see note above): last known acting role in 1998; as Self: Never the Same: The Prisoner-of-War Experience (2013).
Jimmie Walker: in Sweet Lorraine (2015); The Comedian (2016) completed; Renaissance Man (2016), Hospital Arrest (2016) in post-production; as Self: WGN Morning News (1 episode 2016), Steve Harvey (1 episode 2016), Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (2016), Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld (1 episode 2015), Late Show with David Letterman (2 episodes 2014-2015), Extra (1 episode 2015), Gotham Comedy Live (1 episode 2014), The Arsenio Hall Show (1 episode 2014), Life After (1 episode 2014); as Self, pre-production: TV Land Icon Awards 2016 (2016).
Mary Ann Mobley: died in 2014.
* Avery Schreiber: died in 2002.
* Kaye Stevens: died in 2011; as Self: The Outrageous Sophie Tucker (2014).
* Jo Anne Worley: last known acting role in 2012; as Self: Q N' A with Mikki and Shay (1 episode 2014).
Lee Meriwether: in Kitty (2016), ); Sunny in the Dark (2016), The Ultimate Legacy (2015), In Memory (2015), A Horse for Summer (2015), Heaven Help Us (2014), Project: Phoenix (5 episodes 2014), Abaddon (2014), Waiting in the Wings: The Musical (2014); Offer and Compromise (2016), Breaking Legs (2016), Trew Calling (2016), A New York Christmas (2016) completed; Waiting in the Wings: Still Waiting (2016) in post-production; Let It Kill You (nd) in pre-production; as Self: Wacky Wally's Vintage Toys (1 episode 2016), Waiting in the Wings: Behind the Wings (2015), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2014), The Green Girl (2014), Bikeman Begins (2014); as Self, filming: Nowhere, U.S.A. (2015).
* Patty Duke: died in 2016; in Liv and Maddie (1 episode 2015); Power of the Air (2017) in post-production; as Self: Star Words (2015), Once in a Lew Moon (2015).
Morey Amsterdam: died in 1996.
Bobby Van: died in 1980.
Bill Daily: last known acting role in 2011, then 1997; as Self: The Bob Newhart Show: Group Therapy (2014),
Jack Carter: died in 2015; in Mercy (2014), Shameless (1 episode 2014).
Jack Klugman: died in 2012; as Self: Mama Mae: The Life and Music of Mae Boren Axton (2015); as Self, post-production: The Needs of Kim Stanley (nd), Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
Arlene Francis: died in 2001.
McLean Stevenson: died in 1996.
* Greg Morris: died in 1996.
Richard Gautier: last known acting role in 2010.
* Dick Martin: died in 2008.
* George Kennedy: died in 2016; in The Gambler (2014).
* Trish Stewart: last known acting role in 1981.
* Louisa Moritz: last known acting role in 2000; as Self: Cosby: The Women Speak (2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2014).
Sarah Kennedy: last known acting role in 1981.
Joey Bishop: died in 2007.
* Bob Barker: in SpongeBob SquarePants (1 episode 2015); as Self: Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris (1 episode 2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2015), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2014), The Price is Right (1 episode 2015), Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs (2015), The Bold and the Beautiful (2 episodes 2014).
* Clifton Davis: in Madam Secretary (9 episodes 2015-2016), Prayer Never Fails (2016; also Executive Producer); The Engagement Ring (nd) announced; as Self: Praise the Lord (5 episodes 2014-2015), The 68th Annual Tony Awards (2014); as Self, post-production: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
* Bill Cullen: died in 1990.
* Ethel Merman: died in 1984.
Mitzi McCall: in Crimson Peak (2015), Tales from the Toilet (2015); as Self: The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles (2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014).
* Juliet Mills: in Hot in Cleveland (2 episodes 2014-2015), How to Make Love Like an Englishman (2014), Lucky Stiff (2014), From Here on OUT (6 episodes 2014); as Self: Carry on Forever (1 episode 2015), The Greatest Ever War Films (2014).
* Edward Asner: in Joe's War (2017), Bennie's (1 episode c2016), The Eleventh (3 episodes 2016), Like a Butterfly (2016), Love Meet Hope (2016), Love Finds You in Valentine (2016), Bones (1 episode 2016), Conversations with Scleroderma (2015), Murdoch Mysteries (1 episode 2015), Forgive Me (2 episodes 2015), The Nutcracker Sweet (2015), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2015), The Good Wife (2 episodes 2015), All of My Heart (2015), Guiltless (2015), Boonville Redemption (2015), Pacific Edge (2015), Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas (2014), Chasing Life (1 episode 2014), Frozen in Time (2014), Mom (1 episode 2014), High Hopes: The Amityville Horror Murders (2014), The Games Maker (2014), The Boondocks (1 episode 2014), Bonta 3D (2014), Audrey (2014), Men at Work (1 episode 2014); The Raft (2016) Citizens United (2016), Titanic: Sinking the Myths (2016), Super Sex (2016) completed; The Gettysburg Address (2016), Yamasong: March of the Hollows (2016), Waiting in the Wings: Still Waiting (2016), Angels on Tap (2016), Getting Ed Laid (2016) The Garden Left Behind (2017) in post-production; A Promise Kept (nd), Rainbow Reef (nd), Castles in the Sand (2016), Mee and McGee (2016), Vail of Justice (2017), Ciao Ciao Bang Bang (2017), A Doggone Christmas! (2017) in pre-production; The Doppelganger Principle (nd), Back of Book (nd) announced; as Co-Executive Producer, announced: Dancing with Sancho Panza (2017); as Self: Classic Hollywood Cinemas (2016), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2016), Corrupted Justice (2015), Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration (2015), American Graduate Day 2015 (2015), Generation A: Portraits of Autism and the Arts (2015), Criminal Minds: Season 10 - Criminal Minds Top Ten (2015), KTLA Morning News (1 episode 2015), Celebrity Family Feud (1 episode 2015), The Seventies (1 episode 2015), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2015), I Thought I Told You to Shut Up!! (2015), The IMDb Studio (1 episode 2015), Tom Green Live (1 episode 2014), Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2014), Hollywood In & About (1 episode 2014), Compass Cabaret 55 (2014), Q N' A with Mikki and Shay (1 episode 2014), 45th NAACP Image Awards (2014), Actor? A Documentary (2014), Home & Family (1 episode 2014), The Dr. Susan Block Show (1 episode 2014), My Friend Ed (2014), Edward Asner: The Actor, The Man (2014); as Self, completed: Temple Grandin & Friends: Autism Works Now Concert LA (2015), Tupamaro (2016), Behind the Fear (2016); as Self, post-production: Sills (nd), Not Without Reason (2016), Corsi: Prince of Models (2017); as Self, filming: Bad IQ (2016), Ed Asner: On Stage and Off (2016).
* Charlie Brill: last known acting role in 2010 but Retreat (2015) completed; as Self: The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles (2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014).
* Bonnie Franklin: died in 2013; as Self, post-production: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
Bill Anderson: last known acting role in 1988; as Self: American Masters (1 episode 2016), Country: Portraits of an American Sound (2015).
* Donna Mills: in Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016), Joy (2015), 12 Gifts of Christmas (2015), General Hospital (29 episodes 2014-2015) When Life Keeps Getting In The Way (2014); as Self: Entertainment Tonight (4 episodes 2015-2016), Queens of Drama (11 episodes 2015), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2015), The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (2015), Today (1 episode 2015), Home & Family (1 episode 2014), Extra (1 episode 2014), Live from the Red Carpet: The 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards (2014), The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014).
Kaye Ballard: last known acting role in 2000; as Self: Twenty-Five Palms (2015), The Outrageous Sophie Tucker (2014); as Self, post-production: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016); as Self, pre-production: Palm Springs: Hollywood's Playground (nd).
Stu Gilliam: died in 2013.
Della Reese: in Signed, Sealed, Delivered (2 episodes 2014); Whoa with Laine Lawson Craft (nd) completed; as Self: Unsung Hollywood (1 episode 2015), The Scroll: Transformation (2014); as Self, filming: The Light (nd).
* Jack Cassidy: died in 1976.
* Robert Vaughn: in The American Side (2016), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1 episode 2015), Playhouse Presents (1 episode 2014), Sebastien (2014); Gold Star (2016) in post-production; as Self: I Am Steve McQueen (2014), Loose Women (1 episode 2014).
Pat Harrington Jr.: died in 2016.
* Donald Ross: no known acting roles; as Writer in 1996, as Story Editor in 1990, as Co-Producer in 1986.
* Ron Masak: in "The Bold and the Beautiful (1 episode 2015), My Trip Back to the Dark Side (2014); Angels on Tap (2016) in post-production; The Curse of the Gorgon (2016) filming; Quigley's Christmas Adventure (2016) in pre-production; as Self: Q N' A with Mikki and Shay (1 episode 2015), Britain's Favourite Detectives (2014).
* Rona Barrett: last known acting role in 1981; as Self: Tab Hunter Confidential (2015).
* Susan Howard: last known acting role in 1993, as Self in 2010.
* Isabel Sanford: died in 2004.
* Joyce Brothers: died in 2013.
* Meredith MacRae: died in 2000.
Debralee Scott: died in 2005.
Bart Braverman: in Aguruphobia (2015), Jane the Virgin (1 episode 2014).
* Allen Ludden: died in 1981.
* Sheldon Leonard: died in 1997.
Nancy Dussault: last known acting role in 2001 but The Final Show (2016) in post-production; as Self: Good Morning America (1 episode 2015), Greenwich Village: A World Apart (2015); as Self, post-production: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
Adrienne Barbeau: in ISRA 88 (2016), Mad Max (2015 video game), Tales of Halloween (2015), Revenge (1 episode 2015), Divine Access (2015), American Dad! (1 episode 2015), The Memory Book (2014), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2014); Real Mature (2016), Hell's Kitty (2016), In Extremis (2017) completed; Bring Me the Head of Lance Henriksen (nd), Death House (2017), Hoax (2017) in post-production; Love Bites (2016; also Book) in pre-production; I Do, I Do (nd) announced; Killer: Malevolence 3 (nd) in production; as Self: Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (2016), The Barn Theatre: Tomorrow's Stars Today (2015), Criminal Minds: Season 9 - Eyes Only (2014).
* Joan Collins: in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (2016), Benidorm (3 episodes 2014-2016), The Royals (5 episodes 2015-2016), GivingTales (2015 video game), Molly Moon: The Incredible Hypnotist (2015); The Time of Their Lives (2017; also Executive Producer); Unforgettable (2017) in pre-production; as Self: Loose Women (5 episodes 2014-2016), The One Show (1 episode 2016), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2016), The Wendy Williams Show (1 episode 2015), Today (1 episode 2015), Queens of Drama (8 episodes 2015), Pinewood: 80 Years of Movie Magic (2015), The Paul O'Grady Show (1 episode 2015), The Insider (1 episode 2015), Fashion Police (1 episode 2015), Backchat (1 episode 2015), TV's Nastiest Villains (2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014).
* Anne Meara: died in 2015; in Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014), Simpler Times (2014); as Self: Marsha Hunt's Sweet Adversity (2015).
* Madlyn Rhue: died in 2003.
Nanette Fabray: last known acting role in 1994; as Self: Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration (2015); as Self, post-production: Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016).
* Larry Hovis: died in 2003.
* William Shatner: in A Sunday Horse (2016), Hashtaggers (1 episode 2016), MLB Network Presents: The Colorful Montreal Expos (2016), Breaking Ground (8 episodes 2015), Haven (4 episodes 2015), Michael Bublé's Christmas in Hollywood (2015), Just in Time for Christmas (2015), William Shatner War Chronicles (16 episodes 2015; also Executive Producer/Writer/Director), Baby, Baby, Baby (2015), Murdoch Mysteries (1 episode 2015), A Christmas Horror Story (2015), Elite: Dangerous (2014 video game), Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game); Range 15 (2016) completed; Malevolent (2016), Creators: The Past (2016) in post-production; Batman Vs. Two-Face (2017) filming; as Executive Producer/Director/Writer/Self: Chaos on the Bridge (2014); as Executive Producer, pre-production: God Woke (unknown episodes 2016); as Self: Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed (2 episodes 2016), Good Morning Britain (1 episode 2016), One O'Clock News (1 episode 2016), Last Call with Carson Daly (1 episode 2016), The Insider (1 episode 2016), When Elephants Were Young (2016), Anthony Anderson: Lost at Comic-Con (2016), Entertainment Tonight (4 episodes 2014-2016), They Came from the Swamp: The Films of William Grefé (2016), Here You Come Again (2016), The Dr. Oz Show (1 episode 2016), Weekend Today (1 episode 2016), FabLife (1 episode 2016), Cutthroat Kitchen (1 episode 2016), The Meredith Vieira Show (1 episode 2016), The Talk (1 episode 2016), Today (3 episodes 2014-2016), Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf (3 episodes 2015-2016), 21st Annual Critics' Choice Awards (2016), Sharp News (1 episode 2015), Comic Book Men (1 episode 2015), Dancing with the Stars (1 episode 2015), Being Canadian (2015), Tom Felton Meets the Superfans (2015), Hell’s Kitchen (1 episode 2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (9 episodes 2014-2015), Art of the Interview (1 episode 2015), All Access Pass (3 episodes 2014-2015), Mike and Mike in the Morning (1 episode 2014), The Shatner Project (unknown episodes 2014), Kanal Valen (1 episode 2014), Loose Women (1 episode 2014), Lorraine (1 episode 2014), Hubertusjagd, Los Angeles (unknown episodes 2014), Hubertusjagd (1 episode 2014), The Real History of Science Fiction (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Larry King Now (1 episode 2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014), Celebrity Liam Stone Candid Travels Texas (unknown episodes 2014); as Self, post-production: For the Love of Spock (2016), Better Late Than Never (4 episodes 2016), Behind Range 15 (2017).
Anita Gillette: in Chicago Med (1 episode 2016), Public Morals (2 episodes 2015), Elementary (1 episode 2015).
Richard Deacon: died in 1984.
* Larry Blyden: died in 1975.
Arte Johnson: last known acting role in 2005, as Self in 2006.
* Chelsea Brown:  in Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door (2 episodes 2015); last previous known acting role in 2003
* Kate Jackson: last known acting role in 2007, as Self in 2009.
* Steve Allen: died in 2000.
* Leslie Nielsen: died in 2010.
* Ron Palillo: died in 2012.
* Conny Van Dyke: last known acting role in 2009.
* Jamie Lee Curtis: in Scream Queens (26 episodes 2015-2016; 1 2016 as Director), New Girl (4 episodes 2014-2015), Spare Parts (2015), Veronica Mars (2014), Only Human (2014); as Self: Harry (1 episode 2016), Tavis Smiley (2 episodes 2014-2016), Home & Family (1 episode 2016), The Late Late Show with James Corden (2 episodes 2015-2016), Hollywood Today Live (1 episode 2016), Access Hollywood (1 episode 2016), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2016), The View (1 episode 2016), Today (2 episodes 2015-2016), Extra (2 episodes 2015-2016), Inside Edition (1 episode 2016), Anthony Anderson: Lost at Comic-Con (2016), Variety Studio: Actors on Actors (1 episode 2016), Entertainment Tonight  (6 episodes 2015-2016), 73rd Golden Globe Awards (2016), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2016), The Talk (2 episodes 2015), The Chew (1 episode 2015), The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards (2015), Artbound (1 episode 2015), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2015), Bystander Revolution (6 episodes 2014), By the Fans: The Making of the Veronica Mars Movie (2014), The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (1 episode 2014); as Self, post-production: 78/52 (2017).
Robert Walden: in Surviving in L.A. (2016); as Self: Paging Dr. Blume with Robert Walden (2016), Our Hearts Home: Lyndon and Lady Bird's Texas White House (2014).
* Robert Culp: died in 2010.
* Robert Q. Lewis: died in 1991.
* Don Adams: died in 2005.
* Roosevelt Grier: last known acting role in 2010; as Self: Actors Reporter Interviews (1 episode 2014), Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2014), The Green Girl (2014), Praise the Lord (1 episode 2014) '51 Dons (2014).
* Robert Morse: in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story (6 episodes 2016), Animals (1 episode 2016), Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie (2016), Sofia the First (2 episodes 2014-2015), Mad Men (8 episodes 2014-2015), The Legend of Korra (1 episode 2014); as Self: The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards (2014); as Self, post-production: The Gordon Hunt Documentary Project (nd), Broadway: Beyond the Golden Age (2016); as Self, filming: Broadway: The Next Generation (2018).
Gloria DeHaven: died in 2016.
Buck Owens: died in 2006.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Batman 1980s-1990s Movie Series Actors Where are They Now 4: Batman & Robin (1997)

LAST UPDATED: October 31, 2016. This is the fourth in a series of four posts covering the 1980s-1990s Batman Movie run. Info derived from imdb. Only credited actors noted. Only roles 2014-on noted. *=newly added names.

Arnold Schwarzenegger (Mr. Freeze): in Terminator Genisys (2015), Maggie (2015; also Producer), Two and a Half Men (1 episode 2015), The Expendables 3 (2014), Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game), Sabotage (2014); 478 (2016) completed; Why We're Killing Gunther (2017) filming; Triplets (nd), The Legend of Conan (nd) announced; as Executive Producer: The Apprentice (1 episode 2016; also Self), Years of Living Dangerously (9 episodes 2014, 1 as Self); as Self: A Musikant im Trachtengwand: Die Edlseer & Freunde (2016), FanGirl Academy: 101 (1 episode 2016), Meet the Press (1 episode 2016), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2016), Access Hollywood (1 episode 2016), WWE NXT (2 episodes 2015-2016), Reset the Future: Constructing 'Terminator Genisys' (2015), Terminator Genisys: Infiltration and Termination (2015) , Terminator Genisys: Family Dynamics (2015), UFC Embedded on FOX (1 episode 2015), Entertainment Tonight (7 episodes 2015), Sting: Into the Light (2015), Eddie - Strongman (2015), Piper's Picks TV (1 episode 2015), Rencontres de cinema (1 episode 2015), Good Morning America (1 episode 2015), Unscripted (1 episode 2015), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (3 episodes 2014-2015), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2015), Arnold Pranks Fans as the Terminator (2015), 2015 CMT Music Awards (2015), Talking to Hollywood with Betty Zhou (1 episode 2015), Arnold Schwarzenegger's Guide to Blowing Sh*T Up (2015), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1 episode 2015), Extra (2 episodes 2014-2015), WrestleMania (2015), WWE Hall of Fame (2015), Formula 1: BBC Sport (1 episode 2015), Radical Body Transformation (2 episodes 2015), The Expendables 3: The Total Action Package (2014), The Expendables 3: New Blood - Stacked and Jacked (2014), The Making of 'The Expendables 3' (2014), The 50th Annual Mr Olympia (2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), Making 'Sabotage' (2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), Cinema 3 (1 episode 2014), Sit Down with the Stars (1 episode 2014), Boardwalk Hempire: The Rise and Fall of the Medical Kush Beach Club (2014), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2014), Deutschland sucht den Superstar (1 episode 2014), Reel Junkie (1 episode 2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), Up Close with Carrie Keagan (1 episode 2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), Escape Plan: Clash of the Titans (2014), Executing the Plan: The Making of 'Escape Plan' (2014); as Self, pre-production: The Original Action Hero (2018).
George Clooney (Batman): in Money Monster (2016; also Producer), Hail, Caesar! (2016), A Very Murray Christmas (2015), Tomorrowland (2015), Text Santa 2014 (2014), The Monuments Men (2014; also Producer/Director/Screenplay); as Producer: Our Brand Is Crisis (2015); as Producer filming: Suburbicon (2017; also Director/Writer), Ocean's Eight (2018); as Self: Actors Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (2016), Extra (12 episodes 2014-2016), Access Hollywood (2 episodes 2016), Entertainment Tonight (17 episodes 2014-2016), Fox News Sunday (1 episode 2016), Today (1 episode 2016), The Insider (4 episodes 2014-2016), Le grand journal de Canal+ (1 episode 2016), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1 episode 2016), Celebrity Style Story (1 episode 2016), Film 2016 (1 episode 2016), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (1 episode 2016), Good Morning America (4 episodes 2014-2016), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (3 episodes 2014-2016), Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (2016), The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (1 episode 2015), Inside Edition (2 episodes 2015), Zip! (1 episode 2015), Pon! (1 episode 2015), Sôkai jôhô variety Sukkiri!! (1 episode 2015), Jôhô Presenter Tokudane! (1 episode 2015), Mezamashi terebi (1 episode 2015), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2015); CBS This Morning (1 episode 2015), Weekend Ticket (2 episodes 2014-2015), Late Show with David Letterman (2 episodes 2014-2015), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2015), 72nd Golden Globe Awards (2015), In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat (2014), The Film that Changed the World (2014), E! News (3 episodes 2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), Pros and Cons: Inside Ocean's Outfit (2014), Ready, Jet Set, Go: The Making of 'Ocean's Twelve' (2014), Are You in or Out?: The Making of 'Ocean's Eleven' (2014), Tosh.0 (1 episode 2014), Vivement dimanche prochain (1 episode 2014), And the Oscar Goes To... (2014), Días de cine (1 episode 2014), Reel Junkie (1 episode 2014), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2014), Up Close with Carrie Keagan (1 episode 2014), Charlie Rose (1 episode 2014), Live! with Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), The Daily Show (1 episode 2014), Unscripted (1 episode 2014); as Self, post-production: Untitled Carlyle Documentary (2017).
Chris O'Donnell (Robin): in NCIS: Los Angeles (174 episodes 2009-2015, 2 2014-2015 as Director), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2014); as Self: The Talk (4 episodes 2014-2016), Entertainment Tonight (8 episodes 2014-2016), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7: Celebrating 150 (2016), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7: Hot Property (2016), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7: Into Africa (2016), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7: What's in a Name? (2016), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 7: Getting Personal (2016), Rachael Ray (2 episodes 2016), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2016), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1 episode 2015), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 6: Turning Back Time (2015), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 6: The World on a String (2015), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 6: Yippee Ki-Yay (2015), NCIS: Los Angeles - Season 6: Too Close for Comfort (2015), The Insider (2 episodes 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Extra (1 episode 2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Crafting Afghanistan (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Happy 100th (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - The Write Staff (2014), NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 5 - Unexpected Developments (2014), The View (1 episode 2014), WWE Monday Night RAW (1 episode 2014), Conan (1 episode 2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episodes 2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014), The 40th Annual People's Choice Awards (2014).
Uma Thurman (Poison Ivy): in Burnt (2015), The Slap (8 episodes 2015), American Dad! (1 episode 2014), The Mundane Goddess (2014), The Gift (2014), Jump! (2014); The Brits Are Coming (2016) in post-production; My So Called Wife (1 episode 2017) filming; Girl Soldier (nd; also Producer) in pre-production; as Self: Today (2 episodes 2015), Extra (1 episode 2015), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2015), 24th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards (2014), Bambi Verleihung 2014 (2014), Skavlan (1 episode 2014), Watch What Happens: Live (1 episode 2014), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (1 episode 2014), Inside Edition (1 episode 2014), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2014), The EE British Academy Film Awards (2014), 71st Golden Globe Awards (2014).
Alicia Silverstone (Batgirl): in Catfight (2016), Space Dogs Adventure to the Moon (2016), King Cobra (2016), Making a Scene with James Franco (3 episodes 2015), The Nutcracker Sweet (2015), Jungle Shuffle (2014), Angels in Stardust (2014), HR (2014); Who Gets the Dog? (2016) completed; The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) in post-production; Jeff & Some Aliens (nd) filming; Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul (2017) announced; as Self: The Characters (1 episode 2016), American Music Awards 2015 (2015), Secrets of New York Fashion Week (2015), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2015), Today (1 episode 2015), The Dr. Oz Show (1 episode 2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), Good Morning America (1 episode 2014), Wonderview (1 episode 2014).
Michael Gough (Alfred Pennyworth): died in 2011.
Pat Hingle (Commissioner James Gordon): died in 2009.
John Glover (John Glover): in We Go On (2016), You Bury Your Own (2015), The Good Wife (1 episode 2015), Agent Carter (1 episode 2015), Reality (2014), Perception (1 episode 2014), The Blacklist (1 episode 2014); Meteor Night (2012) completed.
Elle Macpherson (Julie Madison): last known acting role in 2009; as Self: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016 Revealed (2016), The Meredith Vieira Show (1 episode 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2015), Good Morning America (1 episode 2014), Lorraine (1 episode 2014).
Vivica A. Fox (Ms. B. Haven): in Empire (5 episodes 2015-2016), Summer in the City (2016), Gay Skit Happens (1 episode 2016), The Wrong Child (2016; also Producer), Independence Day: Resurgence (2016), Mr. Pickles (1 episode 2016), Gibby (2016), The Wrong Roommate (2016), Royal Family Christmas (2015), A Royal Family Holiday (2015), Carter High (2015), Golden Shoes (2015), 4Got10 (2015), 6 Ways to Die (2015), Sofia the First (1 episode 2015), Blaq Gold (2015; also Executive Producer), Terms & Conditions (2015), Chocolate City (2015), Cool Cat Saves the Kids (2015), Mercenaries (2014), Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014), Looking for Mr. Right (2014), Whatever She Wants (2014); Dead End (nd), Caretakers (nd), True to the Game (2016) Illicit (2016), Chocolate City: Vegas (2016), Fat Camp (2017), The Sky Princess (2017) in post-production; Crossbreed (2017) filming; Me and My Girlfriend (2016), Garlic & Gunpowder (2017), The Mafia Ain't Dead (2017) in pre-production; I Do, I Do (nd) announced; as Self: Celebrity Name Game (15 episodes 2014-2016), Home & Family (2 episodes 2015-2016), Hollywood Today Live (2 episodes 2014-2016), Made in Hollywood (2 episodes 2016), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2016), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2016), The Wendy Williams Show (2 episodes 2015-2016), Good Morning America (1 episode 2016), Independence Day: A Legacy Surging Forward (2016), RuPaul's Drag Race (1 episode 2016), Kocktails with Khloé (1 episode 2016), The Real (2 episodes 2015-2016), Boulevard Warriors (2015), The Insider (3 episodes 2014-2015), The Chew (1 episode 2015), The Boris & Nicole Show (1 episode 2015), The View (1 episode 2015), The Meredith Vieira Show (4 episodes 2014-2015), Fashion News Live (1 episode 2015), Unsung Hollywood (2 episodes 2014-2015), The Apprentice (8 episodes 2015), On Your Marc! (1 episode 2015), Extra (1 episode 2015), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014); as Self, completed: The Heller Awards (2015); as Self, filming: Woman in Motion (2016).
Vendela Kirsebom Thomessen (Nora Fries): last known acting role in 1998; as Self: Fångarna på fortet (1 episode 2014).
Elizabeth Sanders (Gossip Gerty): no known subsequent acting roles; as Artwork+Photo Source/Self in 2005.
Jeep Swenson (Bane): died in 1997.
John Fink (Aztec Museum Guard): last known acting role in 2007.
Michael Reid MacKay (Bane): in Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015); last previous known acting role in 2005.
Eric Lloyd (Young Bruce Wayne): last known acting role in 2012 but The Onyx of Wall Street (2016) in post-production; as Self in 2013.
Jon Simmons (Young Alfred Pennyworth): last known acting role in 2002.
Christian Boeving (Snowy Cones Thug #1): last known acting role in 2013 but Destiny (2017 ) filming; Vampire Soul: Hidden in Plain Sight (2015; also Stunt Coordinator/Fight Choreographer/Producer) in pre-production; as Original Idea, pre-production: re.Evolution (2015).
Stogie Kenyatta (Snowy Cones Thug #2): last known acting role in 2011; as Self: Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2014).
Andy LaCombe (Snowy Cones Thug #3): no other known acting roles.
Joe Sabatino (Frosty): in Mafia III (2016 video game), Extant (1 episode 2015), Lab Rats (1 episode 2015), Castle (1 episode 2015), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1 episode 2014), Last Supper (2014), Devious Maids (1 episode 2014), Veep (1 episode 2014), Bermuda Tentacles (2014), Being Mary Jane (1 episode 2014); Domain (2016) completed; Being Royal Rules (nd) in post-production; as Executive Producer/Writer, completed: Breaking Tradition: Texas A&M (nd); as Self: Actors Entertainment (3 episodes 2014-2015, 1 2015 as Producer), Actors Reporter Interviews (3 episodes 2014-2015).
Michael Paul Chan (Observatory Scientist): in Major Crimes (57 episodes 2014-2016), Berlin Crimes (2 episodes c2016).
Kimberly Scott (Observatory Associate): last known acting role in 2010.
Jay Luchs (Observatory Reporter): last known acting role in 2013.
Roger Nehls (Observatory Reporter): last known acting role in 2002, as Writer in 2005.
Anthony E. Cantrell (Observatory Press): no other known acting roles.
Alex Daniels (Observatory Guard): in Game of Silence (unknown episodes 2016; also Stunt Performer), Agent Carter (1 episode 2015; also Stunt Performer), Matador (1 episode 2014, 3 as Stunt Performer), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1 episode 2014); Crawlspace (2016; also Stunt Coordinator) completed; as Stunts, various: Switched at Birth (1 episode 2017), Hand of God (2 episodes 2015-2017), The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards (2016), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2016 (2016), The Last Ship (1 episode 2016), To Tell the Truth (1 episode 2016), NCIS: New Orleans (1 episode 2016), Havenhurst (2016), The Conjuring 2 (2016), Mom (1 episode 2016), Jane the Virgin (3 episodes 2014-2016), Days of Our Lives (1 episode 2016), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2016 (2016), Bosch (10 episodes 2015-2016), Grimsby (2016), Dirty Grandpa (2016), Secrets and Lies (1 episode 2016), The Comedians (unknown episodes 2015), Point Break (2015), Bolden! (2015), You're the Worst (2 episodes 2015), Liv and Maddie (1 episode 2015), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2015 (2015), Aloha (2015), Red Nose Day (2015), Jessie (1 episode 2015), Danny Collins (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), Stalker (1 episode 2014), P.L.U.G. (2014), How to Get Away with Murder (1 episode 2014), Lab Rats (1 episode 2014), Annabelle (2014), Lucky Stiff (2014), Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Sports 2014 (2014), Bad Teacher (1 episode 2014), Godzilla (2014), Moms' Night Out (2014), Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2014 (2014), The Mentalist (2 episodes 2014), Hart of Dixie (1 episode 2014), At the Maple Grove (2014); as Stunt Coordinator, completed: Killing Hasselhoff (2016), Bastards (2017); as Stunt Coordinator, pre-production: Hell's Acre (2017); as Consulting Producer: Mat Franco's Got Magic (2015), America's Got Talent (1 episode 2015).
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo (Observatory Guard): in New Girl (2 episodes 2016), Black-ish (1 episode 2015), Ray Donovan (12 episode 2015).
Harry Van Gorkum (M.C.): in The Short Short (2016; also Still Photographer), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1 episode 2015), Instant Mom (1 episode 2015), Don't Wake Mommy (2015), Our Brand Is Crisis (2015), Austin & Ally (2 episodes 2014-2015), Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2014); LAVangeles (2017) in post-production.
Sandra Taylor (Debutante): in Mother's Day (2016), When the Game Stands Tall (2014), The Wedding Pact (2014).
Elizabeth Guber (Debutante): last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2000.
Jack Betts (Party Guest): in Recovery Road (1 episode 2016), Silver Skies (2016), JOB's Daughter (2016), The Secret of Joy (2015), To Dust Return (2015), About Last Night (2014); Loosen the Knot (2017) in pre-production.
Marc Glimcher (Party Guest): no known subsequent acting roles, as Art Consultant in 2006.
Mark Leahy (Party Guest): last known acting role in 2000.
Jim McMullan (Party Guest): last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2003.
Patrick Leahy (Senator Patrick Leahy): in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016); as Self: Denial (2016), 60 Minutes (1 episode 2015), Vermont's Own Legacy: 60 Years of WCAX (2014), Ronan Farrow Daily (1 episode 2014), Fox News Sunday (1 episode 2014); as Self, post-production: Lost in America (2017).
Jesse Ventura (Arkham Asylum Guard): in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1 episode 2014), The Drunk (2014); as Self: Chelsea (1 episode 2016), Watching the Hawks (1 episode 2016), On the Money (1 episode 2016), PoliticKING with Larry King (3 episodes 2014-2016), In Depth with Graham Bensinger (1 episode 2015), The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore (1 episode 2015), Conspiracy Theorists Lie (2015), Shock the World (2015), King Kill 63 (2015), Off the Grid with Jesse Ventura (117 episodes 2014), The Anatomy of a Great Deception (2014), The Playboy Morning Show (1 episode 2014).
Ralf Moeller (Arkham Asylum Guard): in Beyond the Game (2016), Tschiller: Off Duty (2016), Love, Hate & Security (2014), Sabotage (2014); Gleichschaltung (2018) in pre-production; as Executive Producer: Phoenix (2015); as Executive Producer/Producer, completed: The Last Supper (2016); as Self: Klein gegen Groß - Das unglaubliche Duell (1 episode 2015), 5 gegen Jauch (1 episode 2014).
Doug Hutchison (Golum): in Are You Scared Yet? (2016; also Co-Producer), CSI: Immortality (2015), Alien's Sister (2014); Bogie and Bacall (2016) in production; as Self: Couples Therapy (2 episodes 2014).
Tobias Jelinek (Motorcycle Gang Member): in Rhett and Link's Buddy System (3 episodes 2016), Atlanta (1 episode 2016), Major Crimes (2 episodes 2016), Stranger Things (6 episodes 2016), The Originals (1 episode 2016), Baskets (2 episodes c2016), 30, Debt-Free & Far from Happy (1 episode 2015), Fire City: End of Days (2015), A Killer of Men (2015), Empty Spaces (1 episode 2015), The Mindy Project (2 episodes 2015), The Trail's End (2014), The Possession of Michael King (2014), Shameless (1 episode 2014), The Young and the Restless (2 episodes 2014), Jack's Jacuze (unknown episodes 2014; also Associate Producer); What Still Remains (2016) in post-production; The Cloud (nd), I'm Dying Up Here (1 episode 2017) filming; Sno Babies (nd) in pre-production.
Greg Lauren (Motorcycle Gang Member): last known acting role in 2010 video game, 2009 non-video game.
Dean Cochran (Motorcycle Gang Member): last known acting role in 2011; as Post-Production Supervisor: The Revenant (2015), Unfinished Business (2015), True Story (2015); as Post-Production Supervisor, pre-production: Over the Wall (nd); as Director, pre-production: End of the Night (nd).
Coolio (Banker): in Hustler Vegas (unknown episodes 2015), Black Jesus (1 episode 2014), Alternative Press Music Award Show (2014); as Self: Celebrity Food Fight (1 episode 2016), Cupcake Wars (1 episode 2016), Greatest Hits (1 episode 2016), Today (1 episode 2015), Wade Martin Feat. Coolio: Make It Bump (2015), Lord of the Freaks (2015), Celebrity P.O.V. (1 episode 2015), Guys Choice Awards 2015 (2015), Chopped (1 episode 2014), Hollywood Me!.
Nicky Katt (Spike): last known acting role in 2013; as Self: 21 Years: Richard Linklater (2014).
Lucas Berman (Tough Boy Biker): no other known acting roles.
Uzi Gal (Cop #1): died in 2002.
Howard Velasco (Cop #2): no other known acting roles; as Supervisor of Security in 2003.
Bruce Roberts (Handsome Cop): last known acting role in 2002.
John Ingle (Doctor): died in 2012.
Azikiwee Anderson (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles; as Self in 2003.
Michael Bernardo (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2005.
Steve Blalock (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2009; as Stunt Double: The Bold and the Beautiful (1 episode 2015); as Stand In/Double, post-production: Bordertown (2017).
Steve Boyles (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2007; as Stunt Double: Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014).
David Cardoza (Ice Thug): no known subsequent acting roles.
Christopher Caso (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2002, as Stunts in 2003.
Mark Chadwick (Ice Thug): in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (1 episode 2014); as Stunts, various: American Horror Story (1 episode 2016), Pet (2016), Jane Got a Gun (2016), The Revenant (2015), Ominous (2015), Inextinguishable Fire (2015), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), Faults (2014), HUVr - BELIEF (2014), Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014).
Danny Costa (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2007; as Editor/Cinematographer, post-production: Last (2017).
Simon Kim (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2004, as Key Grip in 2009.
Todd Grossman (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles; as Director: Max and Midnight (10 episodes 2016, 5 as Writer), Arch: The Story (2016 also Producer), Ken Box's Crazy Cart Gymkhana Two: The Ultimate Ken Box Sequel (2014; also Editor/Cinematographer/Writer); as Producer, pre-production: Corbin Nash (nd); as Rehearsal Camera: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015); as Cinematographer: Area 51 (2015); as Documentary Filmmaker: The Boy Next Door (2015); as Producer: Pick Up Unit: John Wick (2014).
Jim Hardy (Ice Thug): no known subsequent acting roles, as Stunts in 2003.
Steven Ito (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2000; as Stunt Double in 2013, as Stunts in 2013.
Dennis Keiffer (Ice Thug): in Scorpion (1 episode 2016), Colony (2 episodes 2016, 1 as Stunts), Secret in Their Eyes (2015; also Stunt Actor), Helio (2015), Transcendence (2014), Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014; also Stunts); The Accountant (2016; also Stunt Actor), Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016) completed; The Beautiful Ones (2016), No Touching (2016) in post-production; as Stunts, various: Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (2015), Blindspot (1 episode 2015), Furious Seven (2015), Inherent Vice (2014), John Wick (2014), The Equalizer (2014), Gang Related (1 episode 2014), Swelter (2014), Transcendence (2014), Farmed and Dangerous (1 episode 2014), Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014), The After (2014); as Stunts, post-production: Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins (2016), Westworld (1 episode 2016); as Stunts, filming Savage Dog (2017).
Stephan Desjardins (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2009.
James Kim (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2007; as Stunts: The Interview (2014); as Production Staff: Kickin' It (4 episodes 2014).
Dennis Lefevre (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles, as Writer in 2002.
Jean-Luc Martin (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2010; as Producer, pre-production: Mad Mex (nd).
Cory M. Miller (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 1999.
Chris C. Mitchell (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2006, as Still Photographer in 2008.
Christopher Nelson (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 1999.
Jim Palmer (Ice Thug): in Scorpion (1 episode 2016), The 5th Wave (2016), Ray Donovan (1 episode 2015), Agent Carter (1 episode 2015); as Stunts, various: NCIS: Los Angeles (1 episode 2016), Straight Outta Compton (2015), True Detective (1 episode 2015), Insurgent (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), Inherent Vice (2014), John Wick (2014), Transcendence (2014), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014); as Stunts, completed: Live by Night (2016); as Stunts, post-production: Westworld (2 episodes 2016), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017); as Stunt Driver, post-production: Wind River (2017).
Jeff Podgurski (Ice Thug): in Sky (2015); as Stunts: Into the Storm (2014); as Stunt Driver: Random Stop (2014).
Robert Powell (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2011 but American Dream (nd) in post-production; as Stunts, various: Bolden! (2015), The Equalizer (2014), Bones (4 episodes 2014).
Chris Sayour (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2004, as Stunts in 2008, as Self in 2006.
Don Sinnar (Ice Thug): no other known acting roles.
Paul Sklar (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2005; as Stunts Performer: Blue Bloods (1 episode 2016), The Blacklist (1 episode 2015); as Stunt Double: The After (2014); as Contestant Safety: Masterchef (17 episodes 2015).
Takis Triggelis (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 1998, as Stunts in 2001.
Uncredited Cast:
Casper Brindle (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2013.
* Greg Bronson (Party Guest): in Cowboy Zombies (2016), Hot Bath an' a Stiff Drink (2014), Coyote Requiem (2014), Mantecoza (2014); Smokes (2013), House of Crumb (2016) completed; Grief (nd), The Fencestitute (2015), Poison Sky (2016), Western X (2016) in post-production; as Self: Actor? A Documentary (2014).
Spitfire Brown (Ice Thug): last known acting role in 2011 (also Writer/Producer) but A.L.L.I.A.N.C.E. (unknown episodes 2016) completed; as Self: Boulevard Warriors (2015).
* Johnathan Brownlee (Black Tie): last known acting role in 2013 but Occupy, Texas (2016; also Executive Producer/Producer) completed; as Co-Executive Producer: The Daily Meal (1 episode 2015 also Writer/Director; unknown as Producer); as Executive Producer/Screenplay/Director, completed: Three Days in August (2016); as Executive Producer/Director, post-production: Impact Travel (2016); as Producer/Creator/Director, filming: Making Waves (2017).
Neill Calabro (Telescope Gawker on Balcony): last known acting role in 2011; as Contributing Writer: Occupying Ed (2014); as Director/Writer/Editor/Composer/Cinematographer/Executive Producer): Skipp'n the Heat (unknown episodes 2015); as Self: Mix in the Morning (1 episode 2014).
Ryan Allen Carrillo (Ice Thug): in WatchMojo (1 episode 2014); as Writer: Reality Relapse (18 episodes 2014, 12 as Producer, 5 as Co-Executive Producer, 21 as Self); as Self: The Next Food Network Star (2 episodes 2016), Extra (1 episode 2016), David Tutera's Celebrations (7 episodes 2016), Access Hollywood Live (1 episode 2016), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2015), 5th Annual Streamy Awards (2015), The Talk (1 episode 2015), Big Brother: Season 17 - After Show (unknown episodes 2015), 2015 Billboard Music Awards (2015), Reality Television Awards (2015), Say It to My Face! (1 episode 2015), Big Morning Buzz Live (5 episodes 2014-2015), Unofficial Survivor After Show (2015), Raising Asia (1 episode 2014), BET Awards 2014 (2014), Hollywood Today (1 episode 2014).
Ellen Dunning (Party Guest): no known subsequent acting roles.
Eva Ford (Observatory Reporter): last known acting role in 2002.
Matthew Hurley (Main Street Musician): last known acting role in 2009 but The Saw (2016) in post-production; as Self: The Boy with the Glasses with Matthew Hurley (2014).
Khristian Lupo (Ice Thug): in Message from the King (2016; also Stunts); as Stunts, various: Yoga Hosers (2016), Agent Carter (1 episode 2015), Sons of Anarchy (1 episode 2014), Castle (1 episode 2014), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1 episode 2014), Hercules (2014).
Isaac Mayanja (Frozen Dog Walker): last known acting role in 1998.
* Deron McBee (Hockey thug): last known acting role in 2012 (also Associate Producer) but Abigail's Destiny (unknown episodes nd) in pre-production.
Julie Michaels (Jane): in Last Writes (2014; also Executive Producer/Producer); as Stunts, various: Nashville (1 episode 2017), Jane the Virgin (37 episodes 2014-2016), How to Get Away with Murder (16 episodes 2014-2016), Bosch (1 episode 2016), Matador (5 episodes 2014); as Self: I Thought You'd Be Bigger: The Making of 'Road House' (2016), Pain Don't Hurt: The Stunts of 'Road House' (2016), Pretty Good for a Blind White Boy: The Music of 'Road House' (2016), Remembering Patrick Swayze (2016).
* David Novak (Senator): in Den of Darkness (2016), After Midnight (2014), Ugly Benny (2014); Stranger's Relative (nd) completed; The Good Twin (2016) filming; Evelyn Rising (nd) in pre-production; as Self: Victory Road (1 episode 2014).
Dick Shawn (Snow Miser; archive sound): died in 1987.
William Victor Skrabanek (Party Guest): last known acting role in 2013.
Gloria Koehn Straube (Gotham City Resident): in Joy (2015); last previous known acting role in 2002.
Gabriela Tollman (Frozen Woman): last known acting role in 2009 but Somebody's Mother (2015; also Producer/Writer/Editor) completed; as Co-Producer: Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present (2016); as Producer/Editor, post-production: Love & Everything in Between (nd).