The unofficial leader of the Brat Pack, Emilio has worked steadily since the 80s, but has been picking his projects carefully. His Disney+ series The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers has been very well received, with Disney having already commissioned a second season of the show. One the movie front, Young Guns III: Alias: Billy the Kid is currently in the works and set to reunite at least some of the original cast including Christian Slater and Lou Diamond Phillips.
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Most recently, Anthony Michael Hall has been involved in the Halloween franchise, playing Tommy Doyle in the 2021 release Halloween Kills. Hall also has guest starring in hit TV comedy The Goldbergs. While not quite as A List as https://www.mycasinoadviser.com/ Hall has a solid career CV and continues to impress in front of the camera.
Rob Lowe has kept himself particularly busy with TV roles in recent years, with the successful 9-1-1: Lone Star now into its third season. Lowe plays Owen Strand a New York City firefighter captain who, along with his son, relocates to Austin, Texas. Things are a bit quieter on the movie front, with 2018’s The Bad Seed being Rob’s last release and nothing else in the pipeline. That being said, an ongoing TV series tends to come with full time responsibilities.
Now a best selling author, Andrew McCarthy spends less time in movie and TV roles, but clearly still enjoys the craft with a number of guest slots and one off appearances in recent years. McCarthy played Mr. St. George in a 2020 episode of 13 Reasons Why, and he also directed two episodes of police drama The Sinner in the same year.
Having successfully transitioned from 80s Brat Packer to 90s Hollywood superstar, Demi Moore has been slightly less active over the past few years. Demi does have an upcoming role in American drama Please Baby Please, playing a character named Maureen. The movie is set in the 1950s and deals with the various social issues of the time. There does not appear to be a release date for Please Baby Please at time of writing.
Judd Nelson has become quite the celebrated voice actor since the mid 2000s, taking on a number of roles in kids TV shows, particularly the Transformers franchise having originally played the part of Hot Rod in the 1986 blockbuster movie. Nelson has recently guest starred in Empire as Billy Beretti, and continues to work regularly, albeit at a lower level to his Hollywood heyday.
80s leading lady Molly Ringwald has been a regular on the hit TV show Riverdale since 2017, playing the part of Mary Andrews. Now in its sixth season, Riverdale doesn’t look like losing steam anytime soon and should hopefully mean we will see Molly on our screens for years to come! Ringwald also has a recurring role in the successful Kissing Booth movies.
Having recently turned 60 years old, Ally Sheedy has celebrated with a brand new TV comedy drama, Single Drunk Female. Sheedy plays Carol, the mother of a recovering alcoholic. The show has been met with critical acclaim and it is great to see Sheedy back in a relatively high profile show. Hopefully there will be further seasons of this sleeper hit.