LAST UPDARTED: October 24, 2016. This is the third in a series of four posts covering the 1970s-1980s Superman Movie run. Info derived from imdb. All known cast members noted. Only roles 2014-on noted by name. *=newly added names.
Christopher Reeve (Superman): died in 2004.
Richard Pryor (Gus Gorman): died in 2005.
Jackie Cooper (Perry White): died in 2011.
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.
Annette O'Toole (Lana Lang): in Women Who Kill (2016), We Go On (2016), 11.22.63 (1 episode 2016), Halt and Catch Fire (6 episodes 2014-2015), Battle Creek (1 episode 2015), F to 7th (2 episodes 2014), Beach Pillows (2014); A Futile & Stupid Gesture (2017) in post-production; as Self: Making Memories: An Interview with Annette O'Toole (2014).
Annie Ross (Vera): last known acting role in 1996; as Self in 2012.
Pamela Stephenson (Lorelei): last known acting role in 1993; as Self: Loose Women (1 episode 2014).
Robert Vaughn (Ross Webster): in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1 episode 2015), The American Side (2014), Playhouse Presents (1 episode 2014), Sebastien (2014), The Magnificent Eleven (2013); Gold Star (nd) in post-production; as Self: I Am Steve McQueen (2014), Loose Women (1 episode 2014), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (1 episode 2013).
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); as Self: Defining Moment (unknown episodes 2013); as Self, post-production: How 2 Make a Film: Billion $ Weekend (2015).
Gavan O'Herlihy (Brad): last known acting role in 2009, as Self in 2010.
Nancy Roberts (Unemployment Clerk): last known acting role in 1984.
Graham Stark (Blind Man): died in 2013.
Henry Woolf (Penguin Man): last known acting role in 2010; as Self: Who's Round (1 episode 2016).
Gordon Rollings (Man In Cap): died in 1985.
Peter Wear (Bank Robber): last known acting role in but Gangster Kittens (2011) filming; as Self in 2013.
Justin Case (Mime): last known acting role in 1997 (also Writer/Director).
Bob Todd (Dignified Gent): died in 1992.
Terry Camilleri (Delivery Man): in Oddball (2015), Longmire (1 episode 2015), Double Trouble (2015); Caravans for Refugees (2013), Harry's Broom (2013), Limestone Cowboy (2016), The Death and Life of Otto Bloom (2016) completed.
Stefan Kalipha (Data School Instructor): in River (2 episodes 2015), The Bastard Executioner (1 episode 2015).
Helen Horton (Miss Henderson): died in 2009.
Lou Hirsch (Fred): last known acting role in 2011.
Bill Reimbold (Wages Man): last known acting role in 2000.
Shane Rimmer (State Policeman): 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).
Al Matthews (Fire Chief): last known acting role in 2013 video game, 2011 non-video game but The Price of Death (2017) in post-production.
Barry Dennen (Dr. McClean): in Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival (2016), Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (2015 video game), Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015), World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor (2014 video game), Heavenly Sword (2014); World of Warcraft: Legion (2016 video game) in post-production; as Self: Superstars (2015).
Enid Saunders (Minnie Bannister): last known acting role in 1990.
Kevin Harrison Cork (D.J.): no other known acting roles.
Robert Henderson (Mr. Simpson): died in 1985.
Paul Kaethler (Ricky): no other known acting roles, as Self in 1985.
R.J. Bell (Mr. Stokis): died in 2006.
Pamela Mandell (Mrs. Stokis): last known acting role in 2000.
Peter Whitman (Man At Cash Point): died in 1995.
Ronnie Brody (Husband): died in 1991.
Sandra Dickinson (Wife): in The Amazing World of Gumball (5 episodes 2013-2016), The Exit (2016), Counterfeit Cat (10 episodes 2016), Thunderbirds Are Go! (12 episodes 2015-2016), Doctors (1 episode 2015), Uncle (2 episodes 2014); Dead Fred (2016) in post-production; as Self: 80's: The Best of Bad TV (2015).
Philip Gilbert (Newsreader): died in 2004.
Pat Starr (White Coated Scientist): in Florence Foster Jenkins (2016).
Gordon Signer (Mayor): died in 2001.
John Bluthal (Pisa Vendor): in Hail, Caesar! (2016), Milk & Honey (2014).
George Chisholm (Street Sweeper): died in 1997.
David Fielder (Olympic Runner): last known acting role in 1994.
Robert Beatty (Tanker Captain): died in 1992.
Christopher Malcolm (1st Miner): died in 2014.
Larry Lamb (2nd Miner): in New Tricks (9 episodes 2015), Meet Pursuit Delange: The Movie (2015), The Briny (2015), Rose, Mary and Time (2014); Verona (2013), Beachcomber (2014) completed; The Hatton Garden Job (2016) in post-production; as Self: The Saturday Show (1 episode 2016), EastEnders: Last Orders (2016), Loose Women (3 episode 2014-2016), Too Much TV (1 episode 2016), Discovering Britain (unknown episodes 2016), Greatest Ever Sitcoms (2014), Rome: The World's First Superpower (4 episodes 2014), Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (1 episode 2014), Weekend Kitchen with Waitrose (1 episode 2014), Sunday Brunch (1 episode 2014), TV's Nastiest Villains (2014).
Frank Oz (Brain Surgeon – scenes deleted): in Star Wars Rebels (2 episodes 2014-2016), Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), Inside Out (2015), Sesame Street (1 episodes 2014); as Executive Producer: Muscle (2016); as Self: Piper's Picks TV (1 episode 2015), AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steve Martin (2015), In Confidence (1 episode 2014), I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story (2014).
Roy Alon (Man Trapped in Car): died in 2006.
Maxwell Craig (Man in Unemployment Line): last known acting role in 1985.
Stan Edmonds (Applauding Man): last known acting role in 2004, as Makeup Master in 2011.
Les Kimber (Bus Driver): died in 1998.
Grant Lowe (Cab Driver): last known acting role in 1992.
Derek Lyons (Commuter): 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).
* Lee Quigley (Boy at Photo Booth): died in 1991.
Mildred Shay (Woman in Elevator): died in 2005.
* Tina Simmons (Commuter): in Jason Bourne (2016), Our Kind of Traitor (2016), The Lady in the Van (2015), Derek (1 episode 2014).
Aaron Smolinski (Boy at Photo Booth): last known acting role in 2013 but Astronomy Walkers (2019) filming; Superman vs Doomsday (2017) in pre-production.
Geoffrey Steele (Man in Elevator): died in 1987.
David Winning (Commuter): in Where's My Baby? (2016; also Director), Who Killed My Husband? (2016; also Director), Witches' Legacy 4: The Ties That Bind (2014 video game); Infidelity in Suburbia (2016; also Director/Executive Producer), The Mistletoe Promise (2016; also Director/Executive Producer), A December Bride (2016; also Director) in post-production; as Director: Tulips for Rose (2016), Unleashing Mr. Darcy (2016), The Magic Stocking (2015), The Stanley Dynamic (4 episodes 2014-2015), The Tree That Saved Christmas (2014), Paper Angels (2014; also Executive Producer), Max and Shred (2 episodes 2014), Mutant World (2014), The Town That Came A-Courtin' (2014); as Director/Executive Producer, completed: The Rooftop Christmas Tree (2016); as Director, filming: Star Trek Equinox: The Night of Time (nd); as Director/Producer/Screenplay, pre-production: City Limits (nd); as Director, pre-production: Between the Veils (nd); as Director/Producer/Screenplay, announced: Trickrider (nd); as Director, in production: Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys (2017); as Self: Faith Hollywood TV (1 episode 2015), GeekRockTV (1 episode 2015), Bikeman Begins (2014).
Fred Wood (Dole Recipient - next to Richard Pryor): last known acting role in 1996.