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9 Creepy Horror Kids — Then And Now
What do your favourite horror movie tykes look like now? And what are they up to?

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9 Creepy Horror Kids — Then And Now  | Danny Pintauro
Danny Pintauro

Film: Cujo (1983)

Then: Being terrorised by a rabid dog in Cujo must’ve been quite an eye-opening experience for a first film. Happily, Pintauro survived the experience (fortunately, the St. Bernard was only acting rabid, having trained at Julliard).

Now: The actor was able to move on to a career of mostly guest roles, aside from a long stretch on US sitcom Who’s The Boss. Interestingly, he dealt with star Tony Danza in much the same way as he was taught to respond to the dog in Cujo.

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1 Danny Lloyd? Works at the Onion!
Watch this: http://www.theonion.com/video/the-onion-looks-back-at-t he-shining,34410/ Shame on you, Empire! ;) More

Posted by Roderich on Saturday November 2, 2013, 10:21

2 No Jake Lloyd?
Why was there no Jake Lloyd? He was in Star Wars Episode 1 and that was horrifying. More

Posted by damo_oc on Friday November 1, 2013, 16:06

3 Horror has definitely changed
I wonder if all these kids were subjected to the same crap Linda Blair had to deal with after the Exorcist, she was forced to move out her town as people though she was really possesed. Some of these kids have etched fear onto the minds of many an adult and child after seeing these movies. I hope they are proud of this achievement. Such a shame that they all seem to have been dropped after they made the studios millions, as it the sad fact with most child actors. But I enjoyed the above feature and its good to find out where they are all now. Wasn't there a similar feature previously in Empire's magazine each month on the Where are they now..... More

Posted by Sparkykelly69 on Friday November 1, 2013, 13:23

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