TONY TODD Candyman, 1992
The guy who played the titular slasher has starred on TV’s Chuck and 24, and he’s got the film Final Destinations 5 coming up. So why does the New York-based dad of two, age 55, think Candyman still strikes a nerve? “It was genuinely frightening,” he says.
MIKO HUGHES Pet Sematary, 1989
He was just 2 years old when he played a “demon baby” in the Stephen King tale, but Hughes, 24-now a deejay in L.A.-obviously left quite an impression. “I met a guy who had a tattoo of my face on his arm, along with Freddy Krueger and Jason,” he says. “That was an honor.”
ISABELLE FURHMAN Orphan, 2009
The L.A.-based eighth grader-“My two favorite subjects are English and science,” she says-is still big into acting. Next up: a role in the dark comedy Salvation Boulevard, with Jennifer Connelly and Greg Kinnear.
CODY DORKIN Village of the Damned, 1995
These days he’s the founder of Studio 24, a talent-management agency in Sacramento. But Dorkin, 25, still gets recognized. “People are like, ‘You’re that kid from Village of the Damned!‘” he says. “I’m like, ‘How would you even know that?’ Everyone remembers the kids with the white hair.”