Earl Boen (November 7, 1945), who starred in The Terminator franchise (movies 1-3), Annihilator (1986), Chopper Chicks in Zombietown (1989), “Tales from the Crypt” (episode: Dead Right), “The Addams Family” (1992-1993), The Companion (1994), The Dentist (1996), Within the Rock (1996), Blood Omen II: Legacy of Kain, Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem, and Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel.
Born in The Terminator
Jason London (November 7, 1972), who starred in Blood Ties (1991), “Tales from the Crypt” (episode: House of Horror), “The Outer Limits” (episode: Caught in the Act), The Rage: Carrie 2 (1998), The Hound of Baskervilles (2000), “Night Visions” (segment: The Bokor), Dracula II: Ascension (2003), The Prophesy: Uprising (2005), Dracula III: Legacy (2005), The Prophesy: Forsaken (2005), Greed (aka Axe; 2006), Glass House: The Good Mother (2006), Killer Movie (2008), The Devil’s Tomb (2009), Sutures (2009), The Terror Experiment (2010), Monsterwolf (2010), Mask Maker (2011), A Night of Nightmares (2012), Awaken (2015), Zombie Shark (2015), Dam Sharks (2016), Hostage X (2017), Nightworld (2017), and Mississippi River Sharks (2017).
Jason London in Dracula II: Ascension
Jeremy London (November 7, 1972), who directed The Devil’s Dozen (2013) and starred in The Babysitter (1995), “The Outer Limits” (episode: Flower Child), Ba’al (2008), Wolvesbayne (2009), Trance (2010), The Devil’s Dozen (2013), 7 Faces of Jack the Ripper (2014), and Mississippi River Sharks (2017).
Jeremy London with his son, Lyrik, at the premier for The Devil’s Dozen
2007: Repo! The Genetic Opera
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