Friday, May 22, 2015

Superman 1980s-1990s Movies Where are They Now 2 Superman II (1980)

LAST UPDATED: October 24, 2016. This is the second in a series of four posts covering the 1970s-1980s Superman Movie run. Info derived from imdb. All known casting members noted. Only roles 2014-on noted by name. *=newly added name. This entry covers the cast from the 1980 theatrical cut and not the 2006 Richard Donner cut.

Gene Hackman (Lex Luthor): last known acting role in 2004; as Self: The Unkown Flag Raiser of Iwo Jima (2016).
Christopher Reeve (Superman): died in 2004.
Ned Beatty (Otis): last known acting role in 2013.
Jackie Cooper (Perry White): died in 2011.
Sarah Douglas (Ursa): in Displacement (2016), Emmerdale Farm (2 episodes 2015).
Margot Kidder (Lois Lane): in The Red Maple Leaf (2016), No Deposit (2015), R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour (1 episode 2014), The Dependables (2014), The Big Fat Stone (2014); as Self, post-production: How 2 Make a Film: Billion $ Weekend (nd).
Jack O'Halloran (Non): in Abduct (2016), Enter the Fist and the Golden Fleecing (2016); China Spy (2016), Liberty (2017), A Study in Red Trilogy (unknown episodes 2017), Dark Ascension (2016), Dark Ascension II: The Journey to Hell (2016) in pre-production; as Self, post-production: Embargo (2015).
Valerie Perrine (Eve Teschmacher): in Silver Skies (2016).
Susannah York (Lara): died in 2011.
Clifton James (Sheriff): last known acting role in 2006 but Old Soldiers (2016) in pre-production; as Self in 2008.
E.G. Marshall (The President): died in 1988.
Marc McClure (Jimmy Olsen): last known acting role in 2012 but Powerless (1 episode 2017) in post-production; Zero: Dawn of the Darklighters (nd) in pre-production.
Terence Stamp (General Zod): in Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (2016), Big Eyes (2014); Bitter Harvest (2016), Crow (2016) completed Crooked House (2017) filming; Learning to Bow (2017) in pre-production; as Self: 1966: A Nation Remembers (2016), Between a Frock & a Hard Place (2015), Lambert & Stamp (2014).
Leueen Willoughby (Leueen): last known acting role in 1984, as Self in 1992.
Robin Pappas (Alice): last known acting role in 1981.
Roger Kemp (Spokesman): last known acting role in 1992.
Roger Brierley (Terrorist #1): died in 2005.
Anthony Milner (Terrorist #2): died in 2015.
Richard Griffiths (Terrorist #3): died in 2013; as Self: Showing Up (2014).
Melissa Wiltsie (Nun): last known acting role in 1986.
Alain Dehay (Gendarme): no other known acting roles.
Marc Boyle (C.R.S. Man): died in 1999.
Alan Stuart (Cab Driver): last known acting role in 1994, as Stunts in 2006, as Steadicam Operator in 2002.
John Ratzenberger (Controller #2): in Finding Dory (2016), Change of Heart (2016), Monkey Up (2016), The Good Dinosaur (2015), Inside Out (2015),  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), Franklin & Bash (1 episode 2014), Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014), Convos with My 2-Year Old (1 episode 2014), Drop Dead Diva (1 episode 2014), Legit (8 episodes 2014), The Ten: Take (2014); A Lot (2016), Pup Star (2016) completed; Shifting Gears (nd), Project: Puppies for Christmas (2017)  in post-production; as Self: Must See TV: A Tribute to James Burrows (2016), Extra (1 episode 2016), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2016), Celebrity Close-Up (1 episode 2016), Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2015), Cavuto on Business (2 episodes 2014), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Season 14: Guest Who's Coming to Visit? (2014).
Shane Rimmer (Controller #2): in The Amazing World of Gumball (1 episode 2016), Dick Spanner, P.I. (unknown episodes 2014); Firestorm (nd), Darkwave: Edge of the Storm (2016) in post-production; Thunderbirds (unknown episodes 2015) in pre-production; as Self: 30 Greatest Disaster Movies (2015), The One Show (1 episode 2015), Filmed in Supermarionation (2014).
John Morton (Nate): no known subsequent acting roles; as Self in 2013.
Jim Dowdall (Boris): in The Honourable Rebel (2015; also Stunt Special Effects); as Stunts, various: Dark Signal (2016), London Has Fallen (2016), Burnt (2015), Midsomer Murders (1 episode 2015), Trollied (2 episodes 2014), Shetland (1 episode 2014), Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014), The Bletchley Circle (1 episode 2014); as Stunt Coordinator, post-production: The Gun Man (2016); as Stunt Performer, post-production: Mindhorn (2016).
Angus MacInnes (Prison Warden): last known acting role in 2013; as Self: Elstree 1976 (2015).
Antony Sher (Bell Boy): in Royal Shakespeare Company: King Lear (2016), War Book (2014), Royal Shakespeare Company: Henry IV Part I-II (2014); as Self: Shakespeare Live! From the RSC (2016), In Conversation (1 episode 2015), Imagine (1 episode 2015).
Elva Mai Hoover (Mother): in The Penumbra (2 episodes 2014).
Hadley Kay (Jason): last known acting role in 2013.
Todd Woodcroft (Father): no other known acting roles.
John Hollis (Krypton Elder): died in 2005.
Gordon Rollings (Fisherman): died in 1985.
Peter Whitman (Deputy Dwayne): died in 1995.
Bill Bailey (J.J.): last known acting role in 2002.
Dinny Powell (Boog): last known acting role in 1997, as Stunts in 2004.
Hal Galili (Man in Diner): died in 1983.
Marcus D'Amico (Willie): last known acting role in 2010.
Jack Cooper (Dino): died in 2010.
Richard LeParmentier (Reporter): died in 2013.
Don Fellows (General): died in 2007.
Michael Shannon (President's Aide): in Endeavour (1 episode 2014); as Self: The 70th Annual Tony Awards (2016).
Tony Sibbald (Presidential Imposter): died in 2011.
Tommy Duggan (Diner Owner): died in 1998.
Pamela Mandell (Waitress): last known acting role in 2000.
Pepper Martin (Rocky): last known acting role in 1990.
Eugene Lipinski (Newsvendor): in The Romeo Section (19 episodes 2015-2016), Warcraft (2016), Motive (1 episode 2016), Ghost Unit (1 episode 2015), Paranormal Solutions Inc. (1 episode 2015), Arrow (1 episode 2014); The Unseen (2016) completed.
Cleon Spencer (Kid #1): no known subsequent acting roles.
Carl Parris (Kid #2): no other known acting roles.
Uncredited Cast:
* Miquel Brown (Reporter at Daily Planet): in Genius (2016), Woman in Gold (2015); Iced: A Quick Freeze (2013) completed; as Self: Flashback: The History of UK Black Music (2016).
Jean-Pierre Cassel (French Officer at the White House): died in 2007.
Norman Chancer (White House Aide): last known acting role in 2003.
Oz Clarke (Terrorist 4): last known acting role in 1997; as Self: BBC Proms (1 episode 2016), Celebrity Antiques Road Trip (1 episode 2016), Timeshift (1 episode 2015), Toy Stories (1 episode 2014).
Richard Donner (Man Walking by Diner): last known acting role in 2006; as Associate Producer in 2012; as Producer, announced: The Goonies 2 (nd); as Self: Close Encounters with Vilmos Zsigmond (2016); as Self, post-production: Superhero Nation (nd), Davi's Way (2016), Laddie: The Man Behind the Movies (2017).
Jeff East (Teenage Clark Kent in Opening Montage; archive): in Terminal (2015).
Harry Fielder (Cop): last known acting role in 2013, then 1999.
Glenn Ford (Jonathan Kent in Opening Montage; archive): died in 2006.
Steven Lezak (Man in Crowd): last known acting role in 1994.
Derek Lyons (American Soldier): in Z-Listers (2014); as Self: A Bond for Life: How James Bond Changed My Life (2016), Elstree 1976 (2015); as Self, filming: Life After Flash (2017).
Ralph Morse (Soldier): in Vinyl (1 episode 2016); as Self, post-production: A World War II Fairytale: The Making of Michael Mann's 'The Keep' (2017).
Beth Porter (Football Fan): last known acting role in 1994.
Joe Praml (Man with Dark Glasses in Alaskan Bar): last known acting role in 1989.
Eric Stine (Secret Service Agent): last known acting role in 2011.
Burnell Tucker (White House Aide): last known acting role in 2012.
Joe Walsh (Sailor Baby): last known acting role in 1996, as Writer in 1998.
Terry Walsh (KFC Man / French Officer): died in 2002.
Fred Wood (Inmate (Working in prison Laundry)): last known acting role in 1996.

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