Monster man's Born on this day in horror history 2

March 5

1974 – Eve Mendes, who starred in “The Spirit,” “Ghost Rider”, “Urban Legends: Final Cut.” and the upcoming “How to Catch a Monster”.

1960 –  Cheryl Duran . Besides creating “Monster News,” Cheryl was executive producer of the film “Stop It, You’re Killing Me,” and has written the book “The Monster Guide to Horror.”

1939 – Samantha Eggar, who has appeared in such films as “The Uncanny,” “The Brood., “Demoniod.” and “The Astronaut’s Wife.”

1938 – James Wainwright, who appeared in the TV movies, “Killdozer” and the TV series “Beyond Westworld.”

1938 – Screen bad ass, Fred Williamson, who appeared in the films “From Dusk Til Dawn”, “Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror.” and “Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption”.

1936 – Dean Stockwell, best known for his role as “Al Calavicci” on the TV series “Quantum Leap.” He has also starred in the films “The Dunwich Horror,” “The Werewolf of Washington,” the TV movie “The Langoliers” and the new version of “Battlestar Galactica.”

1934 – James B. Sikking, who has appeared in the films “The Strangler,” “The Terminal Man” and “Star Trek III: The Search For Spock.”

1927 – Jack Cassidy, who played the title role in the TV movie “The Phantom of Hollywood.”

1894 – Henry Daniell, who starred in the films “The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake,” “The Body Snatcher” and “From the Earth to the Moon.”

1874 – Henry Travers, best known as the angel “Clarence” in “It’s a Wonderful Life”, he also appeared in “The Invisible Man”.

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Fred Williamson

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