Twenty five years later, and Disney's is still . Even though the actors have moved on to star in other movies and TV shows over the years, they will forever be remembered for their iconic roles in this Halloween flick. Just for fun, see what the actors look like now and what Thackery, Winifred, and the rest of the crew have been up to.
Bette Midler may be known to many as the hilariously evil Winifred Sanderson, but was far from Bette's only major acting role by the movie's release in 1993. In 1979, she starred in (and ) and sang the film's title soundtrack also entitled "The Rose." By that time, a Special Tony Award, two Emmys, three Grammy Awards, and three Golden Globe awards.
In recent years, Bette has continued to collect accolade after accolade. Her principle role in earned her a Tony, Outer Critics Circle Award, and Drama Desk Award all in 2017. This year, she was up for a Grammy as well for the show. A few years back in 2015, Bette was busy on her 10th concert tour entitled Divine Intervention. Most recently though, you on , Wedding Day Winners, or . Today, she remains married to her husband, Martin von Haselberg.
Like Bette, Sarah Sanderson — er, Jessica Parker — was making waves well before putting a spell on the children of Salem. in the '80s included , A Year in the Life, , , and .
Since , Sarah has gone on to receive international fame for her titular role in (which also inspired two films). More recently, Sarah has acted in , , , and starred in the HBO TV series . In terms of her family life, Sarah married fellow actor Matthew Broderick in 1997 — four years after was released.
The '90s were amazing for Kathy. Apart from she scored several parts in films, TV series, and animated projects. Most notably, Kathy worked on , , Topsy and Bunker: The Cat Killers, , Chicago Hope, and The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story.
After continuing to score parts well into the new millennium, Kathy also behind the camera. In 2012, she worked on the film . Four years later, she served as a consulting producer for the TV series . Her latest role to date was a voiceover one for . In 1998, she married singer and actor Dan Finnerty.
Thackery, a.k.a. Sean, was 16 at the time when he played Emily's protective older brother. At that point, he only had , such as Too Romantic, Civil Wars, and This Boy's Life.
kept coming after he made his mark playing Thackery. Aside from appearing in various TV series — , The Random Years, — most fans know him today as Timothy McGee. In 2005, Sean married Carrie James.
Like Sean, Omri was only a teen (17 to be specific) when he was cast as Max. Even though it seems early, Omri actually when he was seven as John Ross Ewing in the TV series .
There are no recently photos of Omri, and his Instagram page has recently been disabled, but Vinessa Shaw, who played Allison, posted this photo with her co-star in 2015. shows that he retired after his role in Journey Into the Night in 2002 and . Since then, he's kept a relatively low profile.
In what was considered her breakout role, Vinessa was just 17 at the time when she appeared as Allison in the popular Disney flick.
Vinessa continued to appear here and there in various projects (including in ), but her bigger roles have been in , , , and, most recently, in . On a personal note, Vinessa Shaw married Kristopher Gifford in 2008.
Though was a big deal to the then 11-year-old, Thora had already been discovered when she appeared in as little Sally Ryan. Her very though, was Molly Johnson in when she was only six.
Six years after , Thora gained even more notoriety in Hollywood for her big role in . She has since landed in the industry, such as , Night Visions, , and . In 2018, reports that the actress has an impressive four movies coming out — The Competition, Public Affairs, Above Suspicion, and The Etruscan Smile.
Not only was Dog Jones an actor when he played the sympathetic zombie Billy Butcherson, but he was also . Besides his role as Billy, his shows that he had only priorly worked on the TV series , , Night Ken, and .
Today, Doug has a whopping to his name, many of which you've never seen his face for. That's because, like when he played Billy, involving heavy prosthetics and movie makeup. Think Silver Surfer in the sequel, the Gentleman in , the Faun in , and Satu in . He remains married to his wife, Laurie Jones, who he wed in 1984.